French comics publisher L’Association is showing some of Mazen Kerbaj’s drawings and that’s a good excuse to put up a link for them. Kerbaj’s blog, Kerblog, is here.
Ever wanted a comprehensive collection of comic book “nadshots”? Ah, the good old internet. (Thanks Ezra).
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 […]
In reprinting, Batman by Dostoyevsky, Brian Hughes reveals an existential truth: “Everything’s better with Batman.” (Make sure to follow his Kafkaesque Superboy link, too).
This pitch by Tin Tin Pantoja reimagining Wonder Woman as a manga-style magical girl is pretty sweet.
I’m tired of the two-camera, hour-long drama. I’m tired of the Oscar-oriented mainstream film. I’m tired of “literary fiction,” you know, respectable middlebrow art. I don’t enjoy everyday reality heightened with swelling strings. I’m tired of realism’s conventions; so I’ve been turning to comics, pulp fiction, cartoons and […]