Posts Tagged ‘comic book’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster‘s Andrew Cohen

Andrew Cohen is a small-press comic-book creator, and drew "The Yehasuri: The Little Wild Indians" for the Trickster anthology.  In this interview, he reveals he's working on a story about the Christian Heurich Mansion on Dupont Circle, which I'm looking forward to seeing. The Mansion, the former home of the D.C. Historical Society, is worth [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster‘s Jacob Warrenfeltz

Jacob Warrenfeltz drew "Rabbit and the Tug-Of-War," a story about a rabbit outpulling a bison, for the new Trickster anthology, which features many local cartoonists. Here he answers our usual set of questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Jacob Warrenfeltz: I try to do a wide variety of work, [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Rand Arrington

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 [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster Illustrator Michael Auger

Freelance illustrator Michael Auger may be the most local cartoonist we've interviewed so far: He was born in D.C., grew up in Rockville, and lives now in Gaithersburg. Auger illustrated "Waynoabozhoo and the Geese" for the Trickster anthology.
Washington City Paper: What [...]

Arts Roundup: ‘Pirate Broadway and Win a Prize’ Edition

Morning, readers. My gripe of the day is that I haven't seen A Behanding in Spokane yet and fear that I may miss it altogether. My buddy checked it out, though, and says it's just about the greatest. Do me a favor: if you're in Manhattan, or close by, and can smuggle your Flipcam into [...]

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