Tag Archives: Dan Rinylo

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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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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2013 SPX Debuts Part 3

    The Small Press Expo, North America’s Premiere Independent Cartooning and Comic Arts Festival is just around the corner! Come September 14th-15th, droves of CCS students, alumni and faculty will be headed down to both attend the show and sell … Continue reading

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2013 SPX Debuts – Part 1

The Small Press Expo, North America’s Premiere Independent Cartooning and Comic Arts Festival. is just around the corner! Come September 14th-15th, droves of CCS students, alumni and faculty will be headed down to both attend the show and sell their work. … 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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