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Berlin cartoonists eligible for subsidies

September 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Our screens may be overrun with movies and TV series based on comics, but on the whole our beloved medium is not a fount of riches for the average cartoonist. Even in a country like France, where...

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Reviews: Modern Slorance – the Berlin Issue

November 30, 2016 | 1 Comments

Modern Slorance: the Berlin Issue, Neil Slorance “Travel, Romance, Sandwiches!” As regular readers will already know, I am quite partial to a slice of Slorance, a modern comics delicacy in Scotland, and I tend to...

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Comics: Briony May Smith in Berlin

November 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Enjoying this short, two-page comic Briony May Smith posted up on Twitter about the stress of travelling, as she and Beth Walrond embark on a walking tour in Berlin (you can see the full sized...

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Let’s Talk About Berlin

July 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Top German comics creator and very nice chap Mawil (published in English by Blank Slate) posts a neat little one-pager taking in his view of Berlin, from his childhood in the Soviet dominated East Berlin...

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The Jewish background of many classic comic characters and their creators is a subject that has enjoyed quite some attention in recent years: from novels like Michael Chabon’s Kavalier and Klay to academic studies like...

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Jason Lutes interviewed at the Daily Crosshatch

September 26, 2009 | 0 Comments

(Image of Jason Lutes from D&Q bio) Another in Brian Heater’s series of major interviews, this time with the author of Jar Of Fools and Berlin; Jason Lutes. Daily Crosshatch interviews Jason Lutes: Part 1,...

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