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Jacques Tardi: Fantagraphics Helps A Legend Get His Due With an ‘Icepunk’ Graphic Novel

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The funny thing about comics, as a medium, is that it's so much larger than you might think. The American comics industry, from cape comics to autobio, is well known, as is manga, a Japanese import that went from niche to fad to powerhouse

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‘Village Voice’ Doesn’t Pay Cartoonists, Asks Cartoonists Why They’re Broke

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In anticipation of this weekend's MoCCA Festival, The Village Voice published its Cartoon Issue, featuring an exhaustive and fascinating article on the grim financial realities of cartoonists. Among the many depressing facts rep

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The Complete Carl Barks Coming in All New Color at Fantagraphics

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Yesterday, Fantagraphics announced that they will be publishing the complete work of Carl Barks, the acclaimed cartoonist best known for his work on the Disney "duck books" like Donald Duck and stories in the larger Duckburg universe, including the creation of Scrooge McDuck

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Digital December: Fantagraphics and Getting On The Digital Train

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The bulk of the conversation about digital comics, both here and elsewhere, have largely revolved around the Big Two of Marvel and DC Comics, other mainstream publishers, and indie comics, in that order. Mostly absent f

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‘A Drunken Dream’ Introduces A Manga Pioneer to America [Preview]

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Moto Hagio is one of the greatest Japanese manga creators you've never heard of. As part of the Year 24 Group -- a collection of female mangaka who revolutionized shojo manga -- Hagio helped take the genre to new heights, incorporating science-fiction, boys' love, and mature themes of sexuality and gender. She not only blazed trails as one of the earliest female manga creators, but also proved to be particularly suc

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The Meandering, Beautiful ‘Artichoke Tales’ [Review]

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"Artichoke Tales" is an ambitious new book (out this week from Fantagraphics) by the celebrated cartoonist Megan Kelso. It's a multi-generational fantasy epic about a divided, warring people with artichoke leaves for hair, focusing on the experiences of a single family with ties to both sides of the struggle.

The central c

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Weathercraft by Jim Woodring: A Long Overdue Trip [Review]

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"Weathercraft" is my first Jim Woodring book, which, if you know me and my indie inclinations, is probably shocking. Woodring is such a big name in alt-cartooning or indie comics or lit pics or whatever, that even I can't believe I've never read him before now, especially since it's been my M.O. since about 8 years-old to reach for the weirdest looking thing on the shelf as often as possibl

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Our Boys: ‘Our Gang’ Vol. 4 and ‘Blazing Combat’ [Review]

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In any niche interest, there is a skewed view of history, an ordering of importance based on the people or events that contributed to your cause, your hobby, your particular area of focus. A sort of

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Soft Outside, Hard Center: High Soft Lisp [Review]

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The back cover of the new Gilbert Hernandez collection from Fantagraphics proudly trumpets: "HIGH SOFT LISP is one of Hernandez's sexiest, funniest, and most freewheeling story collections." Frankly, after reading the book, I think the marketing team at

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Indie Roundup: David Bowie Tee for Haiti, Fantagraphics Manga, Scarlett ‘Too Pornographic’

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Threads: A design from Sean T. Collins's sweet David Bowie comics sketchbook by "TV on the Radio" singer Tunde Adebimpe is now on sale as a t-shirt, with the proceeds to benefit disaster relief in Haiti. (via ADD)

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