Posts Tagged ‘gag cartoons’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Matt Rawson

Matt Rawson is a recent member of the DC Conspiracy comics co-op (whose new and free Magic Bullet comics tabloid comes out this spring). In addition to doing a a new web comic, Rawson co-hosts the comics-related Slabbed! The Podcast Without Fear and writes for the ComicsCritique site. Rawson's previous web comic was "Cottage 3," [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat With Mike Shapiro

Gag cartoonist Mike Shapiro is another local artist I was unfamiliar with until he dropped me a line. He writes on his blog: "My work has been appearing in [the Wall Street Journal's] Pepper & Salt feature for over 20 years. The cartoons in the WSJ tend to have a business slant and usually no [...]

International Ink: France, Canada, England, New York, and New Haven

Jacques Tardi's Adèle Blanc-Sec is a longtime favorite French anti-heroine, appearing first in comic books in 1972. She's never quite broken into the English-language market, although four books appeared in English the 1990s. Now in the wake of a movie adaptation appearing in France, Fantagraphics publisher Kim Thompson has translated her first two stories anew. [...]