Cartoon Cavalcade I

This book came out in 1943. It’s mostly panels from the New Yorker but those are in print elsewhere so I’ll skip them. I’ll skip the strips that are in other collections. The stills from Disney cartoons can all be seen in other places in color. Even leaving out all that, there’s still a lot in this 444-page collection covering the medium up until then. Even though it curtails…

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Habibi, page 300

Breaking radio silence (meaning taking a break from packing) to say that I’m 300 pages into Habibi, and it already seems to me probably the most masterful long-form comic this country has produced. People will talk about it (its merits, most probably) for a long time. There are few things as virtuosic, cohesive and extensive as this. Locas, Ware, Nemo, Pogo, Maus, Watchmen, not many more. Whether it’s everyone’s…

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John Porcellino’s Wildlife Paintings

John P’s wildlife paintings came in this week and if you’re luck enough to have pledged enough during our fundraiser¬† receive this reward, you can expect one of these in the next few weeks. If you’re one of the 6 or 7 and would prefer a certain one, let us know FAST, as they’re going out next week. Thanks John! And check out the classes page to find out…

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