Category Archives: New Book

Currently on display at The Schulz Library: Little NEMO Dream Another Dream

This just in! The absolutely beautiful Little NEMO: Dream Another Dream Anthology by Locust Moon Comics. Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream features 118 new Little Nemo strips by some of the world’s finest current cartoonists in this tribute to Windsor … Continue reading

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Third Annual Cartoonist Studio Prize

We here at the Schulz Library have been happy to be involved again with the Cartoonist Studio Prize, a collaboration between the Center for Cartoon Studies and the Slate Book Review. Submissions have already started pouring in, and we’ve made … Continue reading

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The Graphic Canon of Children’s Literature Featuring CCS Alum and Visiting Faculty

One of the most exciting recent acquisitions at the Schulz Library is The Graphic Canon of Children’s Literature, a companion volume to the more adult-oriented, three volume Graphic Canon, edited by Russ Kick. The book features adaptations of beloved children’s … Continue reading

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The Expeditioners are here! And a Neighborhood Sharks update!

This just in at The Schulz Library… The Expeditioners Books 1 & 2 – by faculty member, S. S. Taylor (and illustrated by class of 2010 alumni, Katherine Roy!) The Expeditioners and the Secret of King Triton’s Lair, the second … Continue reading

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Elephant in the Room, Blood in the Water: Katherine Roy, nonfiction, and travel

New York-based illustrator Katherine Roy, a 2010 The Center for Cartoon Studies alumna, has been churning out book after book of gorgeously-illustrated nonfiction for young readers. In addition to her series of young adult novels, The Expeditioners, co-created with CCS affiliate … Continue reading

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At the Schulz: The complete Popeye by E.C. Segar collection

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Kickstart My Heart: Joyana McDiarmid and Maple Key Comics

The Center for Cartoon Studies alumna Joyana McDiarmid launched a Kickstarter last month to crowd-fund the first two issues of her new bimonthly comics anthology Maple Key Comics. The project is an ambitious one, to say the least–McDiarmid’s first issue alone … Continue reading

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YOLO: Dakota McFadzean on Death, Age, and Drawing Every Day

Center for Cartoon Studies Alumnus Dakota McFadzean has a pretty dark sense of humor. In his often surreal daily strips–appropriately entitled “The Dailies”–death, cosmic insignificance, facial mutation, and ghosts are all used to point out the absurdity of life and … Continue reading

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Tim Stout, Jason Week, and the Curse of the Crawling Brain

CCS alumni Tim Stout and Jason Week‘s Danger and Doom: Brainless Brother is an young reader’s story packed with intrigue, chase scenes, puns, and goo of various origins. It’s a rollicking adventure that, had it been released when this reporter … 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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