Posts Tagged ‘Matt Dembicki’

A Decade of Local Indie Comics from DC Conspiracy

Magic Bullet publishes some of the city's best illustrators and cartoonists.

International Ink: Summer Reading

It's been a long time since one of these columns appeared, so here's a bunch of capsule reviews of books that have been piling up.
Crogan's Loyalty by Chris Schweizer (Oni Press, $15) is the third volume in a multigenerational adventure series. Brothers William and Charles Crogan find themselves on opposite sides during the American Revolution. [...]

Arts in Review: The Year in Cartoons

Other papers may pick what they think were the best cartoons of  the year. Here at the City Paper, we're doing it differently. We've asked some local cartoonists to pick their favorite piece that they made over the past year and share it with us.
David Hagen was first to respond:

He says: "For some reason I [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: Rafer Roberts of Plastic Farm and Magic Bullet

Rafer Roberts sent me this note last week about the DC Conspiracy's latest anthology: "Earlier this year the idea was presented that the DC  Conspiracy would put out a newspaper filled with our comics. A  newspaper? Filled with comics? In an era where comics are presented  smaller and on handheld digital devices, presenting large format comics [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Illustrator Paul Zdepski

The Trickster anthology that Matt Dembicki put together has a lot of local cartoonists in it. We'll be running interviews with them over the next few weeks. First up is illustrator Paul Zdepski.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Paul Zdepski: I'm currently working on my first children's book with [...]

Free Comic Book Day, and How It Helps You

Free Comic Book Day is an industry-wide attempt to bring people through the doors of comic book stores by giving them something free. This year it's Saturday, May 1, and comics publishers have a nice range of offerings. For superhero fans, D.C. has War of the Supermen No. 0, kicking off a battle between [...]

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