For the past few years, I've been taking a sketchbook to conventions across the country and getting pieces of art with a single theme: Characters created or co-created by the King of Comics, Jack Kirby. After 52 sketches, you'd think I'd be running out of characters, but with only a couple repeats, it's still going strong. Today, in honor of Kirby's 96th birthday, I'm putting all the sketches in one place to show some of the best artists working in comics celebrating Kirby's lasting legacy as a creator!
If you dug the first installment of Chris Schweizer's "Princess of Rad Hats" backup in last month's Adventure Time, you'll be pleased to know that it'll be back for part two in Wednesday's Adventure Time #14. Schweizer's second installme
While other artists find themselves drawing reinterpretations of their favorite comic book characters, Chris Schweizer draws caricatures of his favorite cartoonists, including ones that you could cut out as paper figurines. He also applies his character design skills to a number of pop culture pheno
Adventure Time fans have watched Finn and Jake try their respective human/dog hands at kingship before and it wasn't exactly their thing. In this week's Adventure Time #13 backup, "Princess of Rad Hats," by Chris Schweizer the pair of heroes ar
There are a lot of reasons why comic book conventions are great. Boxes of cheap back issues and the chance to chat with your favorite creators (or, if your standards are a bit lower, your third-favorite comic book critic) are great, but some of the real highlights come from the stuff. And on that front, la
This week on War Rocket Ajax, Chris Schweizer joins us to talk about his incredible Oni Press graphic novel series, The Crogan Adventures! He talks to us about what inspired his ongoing tale of family history and historical adventure, as well as what it's like to have a comic scrutinized by students when you're a professor of sequential art. Plus: Babies vs. Alligators, and you can listen ot the show righ
The phrase "Hey kids, comics!" is a bit of a defunct rallying cry these days. While most comic book fans would wildly roll their eyes and shove their Mature-rated favorites at the very mention of it, The Graphic Textbook is embracing the notion and the potential that exists between developing minds and comics pages. The project, lead by writer Josh Elder (Mail Or
As Halloween draws nigh, Crogan's March creator Chris Schweizer imagines the construction of Mary Shelley's most famous character, whom lest we forget was made out of corpses. And was not also named Frankenstein; that's the doctor, not the monster. I know, I know.
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