Cartoonist Tim Jackson has gathered together a meticulously amazing collection of cartoons and comics strips by cartoonists of color. He includes an extensive index of cartoonist, cartoon and character names as well as galleries of gag cartoons, strips, editorial cartoons and sports cartoons from the 1920s through the […]
There are reasons I left alternative comics for superheroes and there are reasons I keep going back. They each have their wonder and joy; they each have their irritating and sadly heartbreaking points. Nothing’s perfect, not Superman, not Jimmy Corrigan. But there is a way to find comics […]
Both the webcomic Achewood and the comics publisher, Slave Labor Graphics, are seeking donations.
Ted Rall documents his travels through Afghanistan in Afghan Notebook. (He also gets himself added to the list of artists like Joe Sacco, Guy Delisle and Emmanuel Guibert).
EC Comic artist Al Williamson has died. He’s probably best known now for his work on the Star Wars strip. Comics Beat has an overview of his career and tributes from other artists. (thanks, Denis!)
Dart Adams Presents: Black Like Me: The History of Black Comic Book Heroes Through the Ages, Part One (1900-1968)and Part Two (1969-2008). (Click it! It’s amazing).