Monthly Archives: August 2010

Don Flowers and His Lovely Ladies

A Schulz library favorite and avid patron, Evan Dorkin, recently donated Alex Chun and Jacob Covey’s retrospective book of The GLAMOUR GIRLS of DON FLOWERS (published by Fantagraphics). This thick beauty of a book features work spanning several decades (1940’s-1960’s) … Continue reading

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Exploring The Power of Comics: Part 1

Stephen R. Bissette here, CCS instructor (since summer 2005), about to try something different here on the Schulz Library blog. I’ve been friends with Randy Duncan for, well, decades now, and I’ve spoken to his classes in the past, in … Continue reading

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Caboose Zines

Liz Mason sent over a pile of her zine, Caboose. Liz seems to be from Chicago. Thanks Liz! They will have a place in the Schulz library Zine Garden forever. \\Chuck Forsman

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These Top Cartoonists…

Today we have a guest entry by CCS alum Al B. Wesolowsky.  Below he offers a thorough overview of the comic strip time capsule  These Top Cartoonists Tell How They Create America’s Favorite Comics . Look for more entries by Al in … Continue reading

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CCS Summer Workshops, 2010

The summer is winding down, and so are the CCS Summer Workshops.  57 students traveled from far and wide to learn, draw and publish at CCS.  Jenna inking LEHAVDL: A Story of Breaking. Photo by Micah Cohen Our students worked hard, … Continue reading

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