Faber and Faber to release UK edition of The End of the F***ing World graphic novel by The Center for Cartoon Studies alum Charles Forsman, in March 2018. #TEOTFW is a Netflix Original Series based on the comic by Charles, was published in the US by Fantagraphics Books.
Today's comic covers yesterday's dramatic final in the Ice Dance competition, fiercely contested between France, Canada and the US. For those of you who can't tell your twizzles from your death spirals (both actual moves). Full comic via the link in the bio once it's live on the AP site. . . . . . . . . . #pyeongchang #iceskating #icedance #sport #wintersport #olympics #freeskating #rink #ice #medals #pyeongchang2018 #comic #webcomic #instadraw #instagood #latergram #instagram #journalism #portrait
Follow Dan Archer’s Daily Draw on AP Sports: wintergames.ap.org/daily-draw
Exhibit featuring original art by The Center for Cartoon Studies Fellow Liniers
March 2nd, 6:30pm
94 South Main Street
White River Junction, Vermont
Free and open to the public.
Will Eisner Week is an Annual Celebration in March, Promoting Comics, Graphic Novel Literacy, Free Speech, and the Legacy of Will Eisner.
Ben Passmore makes mad comics in his dusty room, including DAYGLOAYHOLE, Goodbye, and Ignatz Award-winning comic Your Black Friend. He’s a regular contributor at The Nib and Vice. He likes to write about politics, monsters, race, sad punks, and narcissism. He is one of the founding organizers of NOCAZ (New Orleans Alternative Comics and Zine Fest).
If you are ready to make your comics walk and talk, you can join Alec Longstreth in Beginning Animation (July 9–13). Cartoonists and animators often walk hand in hand. And often that hand they hold is their own. Many cartoonists take their expertise into the animation industry, often through story boarding and more. (more…)
Kevin Czap is a cartoonist and publisher who’s recently found a home in Providence, RI. Known to some as “Comics Mom,” Czap has been active in the scene since 2010, teaching, blogging, cheerleading, and co-organizing a convention in the meantime. They currently are focused on celebrating comics through the micro-press Czap Books, and continuing to put out personal projects. (more…)
Lucy Knisley (’09) is the Creator Keynote Speaker for the Michigan State University Comics Forum 2018. Last year, our very own James Sturm (Market Place) was the Creator Keynote Speaker. The Forum is a multi-day event every year for scholars, creators, and fans of comics. As the creator keynote, Lucy got to draw the poster for the event.
Lucy brings a lot of experiences to talk about. Since 2008, she has published five graphic novels: French Milk, Relish, An Age of License, Displacement, and Something New. All are autobiographical. She has also drawn the children’s book Margaret and the Moon, written by Dean Robbins, about how Margaret Hamilton calculate the first moon landing. And still to come are New Kid about Lucy’s high-school years, Kid Gloves about becoming a parent, and You Are New, a children’s book about what babies can and cannot do.