Where do you go when you draw yourself?
asher craw, autbio, diary comics, gabrielle bell, John Porcellino, l. nichols, liz prince, Sam Sharpe.
What to get that incredibly specific someone. Hopefully we’re doing this right.
Alabaster, Alexander Rothman, Autoptic, capitalism, Cara Bean, consumerism, Czap Books, Hic and Hoc, holiday gift guide, Jason Viola, Jessi Zabarsky, Joe Decie, Jon Chad, Keiler Roberts, Kenan Rubenstein, Locust Moon, MICE, Neil Brideau, Nostalgia, Paul K Tunis, Radiator comics, Rebecca Viola, Rob Kirby, Summer Pierre, Thought Bubble.
The Understanding Monster’s second chapter provides clues to Theo Ellsworth’s increasingly intricate puzzle box. Topics:
artistic process, mental health, Monsters, self-discovery, Theo Ellsworth, toys.
A wide array of beloved comics artists help illustrate a simple but important message. Block photographs by Robert Stanievich.
Anthony Clark, Bob Flynn, Cara Bean, Chris Ware, Corinne Mucha, Dave Roman, Emily Carroll, Gabielle Bell, Gilbert Hernandez, Ivan Brunnetti, Jaime Hernandez, James Kochalka, Jason Viola, Jeff Smith, John Green, John Porcellino, KC Green, Kenan Rubenstein, Lilli Carre, Lucy Knisely, Lynda Barry, Marnie Galloway, Neil Brideau, Peter Laird, Raina Telgemeier, Renee French, Sally Carson, Sam Alden, Sarah Becan, Scott C, Shelli Paroline, Theo Ellsworth, Tony Breed, Will Dinski, Zack Giallongo.
The hazy world and unknowable inhabitants of Renée French’s
Baby Bjornstrand. Topics:
Monsters, Renee French.
Impressions of the 20th Small Press Expo from the Festival Season authors / cartoonists / book buddies.
Andrea Tsurumi, Beth Hetland, Cara Bean, Greg Means, Jason Viola, Jeff Zwirek, Kenan Rubenstein, Kevin Czapiewski, Laura Terry, Marnie Galloway, Molly Brooks, Neil Brideau, Pranas Naujokaitis, Sam Sharpe, Tony Breed.
Safari Honeymoon, a metaphysically-inclined tale of man-vs.-nature, offers an alternative to its own age-old tropes. Topics:
class, Jesse Jacobs, man vs. nature, nature, philosophy.
In “Patron Saint,” Sam Alden alters a crucial detail of a classic story.
angst, Astro Boy, cubism, Sam Alden.
In Alec Longstreth’s fantasy world, an injured amnesiac searching for his past is sheltered by a man hiding from his own.
Alec Longstreth, amnesia, dragons, fantasy, storytelling.
Mindfulness in the comics of Corinne Mucha.
autobiography, Corinne Mucha, Eastern thought, meditaion, mindfulness, philosophy, religion & spirituality.