Cerebus Guide to Self Publishing (2010 reissue) by Dave Sim. Reviewed by Josh Bayer, 9-5-2010 Process is the key word here. This book is a celebration of the process, and a comment on the process […]
Spent the day reading comics while wrangling a very active 9 month old. First, Bodyworld by Dash Shaw, then Sprott 1894-1975 by Seth. Bodyworld, like some of Shaw’s work put me off a little at […]
Johnny Ryan’s work is always working on a few different levels. There’s the provocateur, the self-taught craftsman and the rare creator who has this amazing ability to access a rich subconscious storehouse of imagery that […]
Interesting essay on the origins Jewish humor which earns points for ballsiness. My co-worker, after only a quick glance at the contents questioned whether it was an anti -Semitic book because it reprints so much […]
Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s Black Blizzard. Tatsumi drew this in 20 days when he was 21 years old. It’s a gripping, fast moving, plot, with drawings full of angular lines, fast-laid zip-a-tone and quick expressive figures.