“If the Peanuts characters aged like real people.” Scans!
Frank Miller’s Charlie Brown, Thumbsuckers. (With updated link)
Opus the penguin goes to his final rest (last panel here). Berkeley Breathed explains why Opus needs to go. “Satire we’ll have. Rather, the real dearth in our world will be sweetness, comfort, thoughtfulness and civility.”
The book Understanding Comics, published in 1993, was comic writer and artist Scott McCloud’s attempt to deconstruct, demystify, and lay out the magic of the sequential art form. Written in the form of a comic itself, it was one mechanism by which comics rose from the shadows of […]
The eyes may be windows to the soul (or at least the back door to a neurosis or two) but in the pages of your favourite comic book, it’s often the hands that futz with the lock and drag you inside.
From the earliest issues of his oversized comic book, Acme Novelty Library, Chris Ware’s work has smouldered with a love for the object. Each new volume betrays his fetish further, is printed on thicker stock in more opulent colours and is bound by hard covers impossibly dense with […]