Tag Archives: Schulz Library

Eisner Week 2016

Welcome to Eisner Week! Will Eisner Week is an annual event to celebrate graphic novels, comics literacy, and free speech and to honor the legacy of Will Eisner who popularized the term “graphic novel.” Every year, Eisner Week starts in … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist: Meags Fitzgerald

Meags Fitzgerald is the creator of Photobooth and Long Red Hair. She hails from Canada. She started in fine art before making comics. Even now, she primarily considers herself an illustrator rather than a cartoonist. And she would call herself … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist: Box Brown

Brian “Box” Brown is the creator of Retrofit Comics, a small-press publisher, and a cartoonist himself. He has self-published, been published through other publishers, and works often with MAD Magazine. While making Everything Dies, Box studied religion to enlighten himself. … Continue reading

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Prison Island by Colleen Frakes

As difficult as being a teenager can be, Colleen Frakes ’07 spent hers moving every few years as her parents were promoted as guards and staff at various prisons. Moving and having prison guard parents can be tough enough, but then … Continue reading

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New CCS Fellow: Noah Van Sciver

Noah Van Sciver is the 2015-2016 fellow for The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS). He applied to The Center for Cartoon Studies fellowship to work more on his art skills and plans to create many comics during the year he is here. … Continue reading

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

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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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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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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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