Monthly Archives: October 2013

Announcing the 2013 Cartoonist Studio Prize

The Slate Book Review and the Center for Cartoon Studies are proud to announce the second annual Cartoonist Studio Prize with the following video featuring the illustrious Nicole Georges and Ponyo Georges! Did you make a graphic novel or webcomic … Continue reading

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The Narrative Corpse

Every week we dig deep into our archives to shine some light on the books that excite us most. This week we shine our spotlight on the Narrative Corpse. Published in 1995, The Narrative Corpse is an experimental comics project … Continue reading

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Dog City Rising

Dog City is an anthology unlike any other this reporter is aware of. Produced right here at The Center for Cartoon Studies, Dog City is a carefully curated selection of minicomics presented in a unique fashion that complements the capabilities … Continue reading

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I CAN’T WAIT TILL TUESDAY

  October 8th is my birthday. The fates have conspired to shower me with gifts. For starters, it’s the release date for Best American Comics 2013, and two CCS alumni Joe Lambert and Sophie Goldstein are included. Kudos Joe and … Continue reading

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YOUNG TURKS: The Schulz Library’s new tenders

This summer, following a bloody coup and a drastic overturn of power, a new junta has installed itself behind the librarian’s desk at the Schulz Library. Crawling over the mewling and broken bodies of their enemies,  punch-cards clutched in their … Continue reading

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