Tag Archives: Max de Radiguès

Transatlanticism: CCS to take Angoulême by storm

Every year, the sleepy little town of Angoulême, in the Poiteau-Charentes region of France, is beset by over 200,000 comics enthusiasts for a four days of events and programming in celebration of the art of bande dessinée: The Angoulême International … Continue reading

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New Book features CCS Sketchbooks

In the introduction to his new book, Comics Sketchbooks: The Private Worlds of Today’s Most Creative Talents, Steven Heller writes that “looking through artists’ sketchbooks is like viewing those artist naked through a picture window.” Although the statement is certainly … Continue reading

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Max de Radiguès for Angoulême!

Every year, one town is taken over in France for the sake of comics. This town is Angoulême with a population over 40,000 people. The International Festival of Bande Dessinee (often just called Angoulême by Americans) is huge and draws … Continue reading

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MoCCA Comic Debuts!

The Schulz Graphic Novel Library is proud to announce the mini-comic and comic book MoCCA debuts of students, alumni and faculty of the Center for Cartoon Studies. Look for these amazing comics and more along the back wall of MoCCA … Continue reading

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Caboose, The Exhibition

You may have heard of Caboose, the comic.  But have you heard of Caboose, the exhibition? Please join us in celebrating Caboose: An Exhibition of Comics About White River Junction.  This exhibition features original artwork from the comics newspaper Caboose, edited … Continue reading

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L’employé du Moi

The Schulz Library just got a whole slew of books from Belgian publisher l’employé du Moi.  Granted I cannot read the text but they sure look beautiful.  We acquired these books following a recent exhibition of work from l’employé du … Continue reading

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24-Hour Comics Across the World

CCS is fortunate to have a comics history teacher who has played a key role in contemporary comics history. Steve Bissette’s collaborative work helped launch the DC Vertigo Line, he helped shape the Creator’s Bill of Rights, and his anthology … Continue reading

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