At Sparks in Electrical Jelly, Jez Winship writes about Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio, Peter Cargill and the late Trish Keenan of Broadcast, who provide the film’s soundtrack, and the film’s namesake, the great experimental vocalist and composer, Cathy Berberian. It includes fascinating experimental scores for Berberian’s comic-strip […]
“In the very first Dan Dare adventure, which began to be serialised weekly in the Christian boy’s comic Eagle in 1950, we were introduced to the ‘ … Inter Planet Space Fleet some years in the future.’ It’s an odd organisation, in that it’s clearly meant to be […]
Cartoonist Keith Knight remembers Don Cornelius and Soul Train. (After kindly linking to it on the Gutter).
Comic artist and novelist Lynda Barry is interviewed by Jennifer Smith at The Isthmus.
Cartoonist Bil Keane has passed away. He was most famous for his long-running comic strip, The Family Circus. Lynda Barry movingly remembers Keane. The AV Club has an overview of Keane’s career. The Belated Nerd has posted panels from Keane’s less well-known Channel Chuckles gag strip.
Charles Forsman adapts Jaws to the world of Charles Schulz’ Peanuts.