Tag Archives: manga

Recommended Reading: Paul Pope Edition

Every so often our distinguished guests will have both the time and interest to check out the Schulz Library collection, and we are happy to oblige! Last week visiting artists Paul Pope and Sam Hiti were keen to peruse the … Continue reading

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Graphic Novels to Buy with those Gift Cards

In the aftermath of the holidays, we’re all working off all those tasty treats and looking forward to 2012. Snowball fights and knitting circles, or barbeques and suntanning for those in warmer climates. More than likely, you or one of … Continue reading

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Nippon Fanifesto! A Tribute to DIY Manga

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics … Continue reading

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Junji Ito and Uzumaki: The Strange Horror of Life

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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Matsumoto Taiyō: A Comic-Essay

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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