This just in from the Department of "What Were They Thinking?": The Brussels Appeal Court has upheld the decision to keep Herge's Tintin Au Congo (Tintin In The Congo) on the shelves, ruling -- somewhat amazingly -- that the 1931 comic strip isn't actually racist after all.
Here's the thing; I have no problem with the decision to keep t
Upcoming:Fantagraphics has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2012 distributor's catalog, which includes works by Gary Panter, Mort Meskin, Malcolm McNeill, Basil Wolverton, George Herriman, Josh Simmons, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Tom Kaczynski, Nicolas Mahler, Jacques Tardi, Gabriella Giandelli, Guy Peellaert, Lorenzo Mattotti, Ulli Lust and many, many more.
Freedom of Speech: The offices of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdowere firebombed, presumably by Islamic extremists, a day after the magazine named the Prophet Muha
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