Monthly Archives: May 2010

DC’s Vertigo Imprint

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics … Continue reading

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Congrats, Class of 2010!

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you The Center for Cartoon Studies class of 2010. Root hog, or die! See more photos on our flickr page.

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Nippon Fanifesto! A Tribute to DIY Manga

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics … Continue reading

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Junji Ito and Uzumaki: The Strange Horror of Life

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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Cool Comics of the 1990s

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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"At Last You May Gaze!" – The Complete Milt Gross

“Milt Gross’ loosey-goosey style followed the three Rs: Rebellion, Raucousness, and slightly Ribald on a few occasions…” – Craig Yoe, “Laughs by the Gross!” (from the book reviewed herein, pg. 17) __ One-man comics tome cottage industry Craig Yoe (of … Continue reading

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Garfield and Fans

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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Megan Kelso, Louise Nevelson

Yesterday I read an old copy of The Comics Journal (the Schulz Library has a very near-complete run) and enjoyed an interview with a comic hero of mine, Megan Kelso.  the Journal in known for its in-depth interviews, and this one … Continue reading

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