At Input, Justin Ling writes about Simone Veil, Pictures for Sad Children, making art and the internet. “For years, fans have searched for clues about what happened to the comics and their author. Sometimes, they would be hot on the trail — finding Pictures for Sad Children living […]
It’s hard to recommend reading for summer fun this year. 2020 is hard, But I have some comics and if you need to take a breather from fighting for justice and punching the novel coronavirus hard, well, these comics are here for you. There are a few titles […]
Krampus has passed you over and Yule Cat has decided you’re fine. You took Père Fouettard in a fight and Knecht Ruprecht was no match for you. Your feats of strength were peerless at Festivus. You’ve got the 7 Principles of Kwanzaa down. And I am optimistic about […]
“Two girls. One Train. A world full of zombies.” Check out the prettiness and the sadness of Olivia Vieweg here. (Thanks, Sachin!)
At the Guardian, Kate Beaton talks about comics, history and her years working in Alberta’s oil sands.
Joanna Robinson interviews Noelle Stevenson. “Since she left art school, Stevenson has been busier than ever. At 23 years old, Stevenson just had the kind of year that would make even the most seasoned comics writer turn Hulk green with envy. She co-launched a wildly successful all-girl comic […]