Category Archives: Library

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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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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Celebrating the Freedom to Read Comics

The American Library Association’s annual Banned Books Week celebration runs from September 22nd through the 28th this year, and we’re taking the opportunity to showcase hot items in the library. Last year CCS and the Schulz teamed up with the … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Ezra Claytan Daniels’ “The Changers”

What should be sacrificed in pursuit of perfection? Ezra Claytan Daniels (creator and emcee of the Comics Art Battle) explores this question in his debut 2003 speculative fiction graphic novel The Changers , now available in the Schulz Library here … Continue reading

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New Arrivals: Week of July 29th

Little by little the Schulz Library is always expanding its collection. Thanks to generous donations from publishers, artists, and collectors the world over, our collection is abundant and unique. From our selection of contemporary graphic novels, to our out-of-print and … Continue reading

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The Billy Ireland Library’s Big Move

Have you heard the news? The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is moving! The premier comics and cartooning library in North America, the Billy Ireland Library and Museum is a research library of American cartoons and comic art affiliated with the … Continue reading

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New Arrivals: Week of July 8th

Little by little the Schulz Library is always expanding its collection. Thanks to generous donations from publishers, artists, and collectors the world over, our collection is abundant and unique. From our selection of contemporary graphic novels, to our out-of-print and … Continue reading

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Jordan Crane’s NON no. 5

When the Schulz Library officially opened in the Center for Cartoon Studies new Post Office a year ago, I came across an anthology that I’d only dreamed of holding in my hands. That first day I took out Jordan Crane’s Non … Continue reading

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Op Ed: Tea Time at the Library

It happened while we were devouring a box of windmill cookies. We were a good-sized pack of students from the Center for Cartoon Studies, standing in the back room of the new Schulz Library. Some of us were waiting for … Continue reading

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Recent Reads

Three second-year students at the Center for Cartoon Studies (Class of 2013) discuss books they’ve recently enjoyed from the Schulz Library. Student: Romey Bensen ’13 Book: “City of Light, City of Dark” written by Avi, illustrated by Brian Floca (Scholastic, … Continue reading

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