Damian Wampler is a fledgling comic-book writer temporarily based in Arlington. While in the area, he is trying to crowdfund his graphic novel, Sevara, which he hopes will be available in shops and on Amazon in the spring of 2015. In advance of Wampler's appearance at Vienna's Game On! Comics and Games Wednesday evening, Washington [...]
Posts Tagged ‘cartooning’
City Paper readers know that I'm not a theater critic, but Jules Feiffer is a cartoonist from way back, long before he became a playwright. The American Century Theater has revived Little Murders, his 1967 play about the decline of New York City and individual morals. The dark comedy centers on a family, their [...]
Dale Rawlings is a member of the local comics co-op DC Conspiracy, which regularly sets up at the Small Press Expo. He publishes his own minicomics and contributes in the Conspiracy's anthology books and Magic Bullet newspaper. Rawlings is currently illustrating a story about the War of 1812 and the Decauter House for the [...]
Mark Burrier is an illustrator, cartoonist, and skateboard painter whose illustration work appears in the Washington Post’s editorial pages. His cartoon works are mostly minicomics, which he often self-publishes, and at least one's been nominated for an award at the Small Press Expo. He also does advertising work using comics. Burrier had a table at the [...]
Jason Little made a big splash in the alternative comics world with his Xeric grant-funded debut, Jack's Luck Runs Out, in 1998. More than a decade later, I can remember being absolutely blown away when I first saw the comic at SPX. The Jack of the title, and the other main characters, were based on [...]
Rand Arrington is another local contributor to the Trickster anthology, for which he illustrated "When Coyote Decided to Get Married." He recently answered our usual interview questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Rand Arrington: I'm both a writer and a illustrator. I do mostly independent work much like the [...]
David Hagen has a cool day job at Georgetown University's library, working with its special collections, but he's also a painter of cartoons—hardly a common way to make them. Although he says he's shy (and admits that's not the best quality in a freelancer), when my ComicsDC blog was playing around with logos, David sent [...]