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The Main Street Museum needs your support!

    White River Junction’s darling Main Street Museum is making a brave push through a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for essential renovations to its infrastructure! Renovations to their existing infrastructure,  are estimated to cost between $5,000 – $7,000. These renovations include … Continue reading

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Boulet Visits CCS

This past April, French cartoonist, Boulet (Gilles Roussel) paid the Center for Cartoon Studies a short visit. Part of a larger US tour in which Boulet was promoting Noirness, his first solo US-published material, Boulet’s visit saw Boulet soaking up the sights and sounds of … Continue reading

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Paul Pope and Sam Hiti

Last Thursday, long time friends Paul Pope and Sam Hiti visited The Center for Cartoon Studies. They talked not about their long line of comics and publisher histories but on the drive behind their comic creative successes and how they … Continue reading

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How To Draw Reprinted!

The Center of Cartoon Studies is known for its great student-to-teacher ratio, a stupendous lab to take ideas from sketchbooks to finished books (with almost ANY binding solution), and the works created with Hyperion like Amelia, Satchel Paige and Houdini. … Continue reading

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Halloween Heroes of Vermont

October 31st represents not only the end of a autumnal month here in Vermont with trees ablaze in their colorful death but a time consumed by costumed celebration. Betsey Swardlick (CCS ’11) below pens an essay on the connection betwixt … Continue reading

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The Modern Newsprint Comic

There are comics in your local newspaper. They have been there for a long time. But there are also weird newspaper-shaped comics done in small print runs. These are often free or cost a buck or two. To my knowledge, … Continue reading

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