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Drawn & Quarterly Celebrates 25 Years, Continues to Shape Comics for the Better

What It Is, Lynda Barry D&Q 2008

Drawn & Quarterly recently celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF). Making the occasion especially poignant was the revelation that Chris Oliveros was stepping down and leaving the company in the hands of longtime associate publisher Peggy Burns and her partner, former D&Q creative director, now executive editor, Tom Devlin. Megan Purdy looks back over Olvieros's accomplishments and celebrates D&Q's contributions to comics.

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SPX 2014 To Celebrate The Alt-Weekly Comic With James Sturm, Jules Feiffer And Lynda Barry


SPX, the Small Press Expo, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and to celebrate, it's centering its entire 2014 convention on a much-read -- but not-often-discussed -- type of independent comic: strips from alt-weekly newspapers.

Late last week, organizers announced the first three major guests: Lynda Barry, the cartoonist behind Ernie Pook’s Comeek from The Chicago Reader; Jules Feiffer, the so-called godfather of the alt-weekly newspaper comic, and James Sturm, who co-founded The Onion and Seattle's The Stranger in addition to being an accomplished cartoonist and graphic novelist.

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Link Ink: Bootlegged Toys, Black Hole Joys and Galactus Rides Again


Gift Guide: Kind of tempted to change our site's name to "Sense of Right Alliance" now, thanks to this proud assemblage of bootlegged toys. I also know what I want for Christmas now.

Fundraising: If you'd like to see a Transmetropolitan art book from The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund featuring contributions for a metric ton of artists, you can head to the project's Kickstarter page...

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Comics Your Dad Would Hate


So you hate your dad. It happens. Whether there's a break in ideology, he made you kill and eat your childhood dog, or you just have an Oedipal complex, you and Dad are not on good terms, and the sound of Father's Day approaching turns your spine to broken glass...

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