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Comics: Robert Crumb Interviewed

May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

John Longhi talks to the one and only Robert Crumb at Last Gasp’s San Francisco warehouse (via BoingBoing):...

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Crumb on others

February 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Part five of the legendary cartoonist Robert Crumb’s thoughts on various famous folk, Crumb On Others, compiled by Alex Wood, has been posted up on Crumb’s site. The people Crumb offers his opinion on come...

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Comics: the Crumbs at Comica this weekend!

November 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Comica beckons once more, a four-colour warm light in the chill, dark nights, and this year the Comica crew have pulled off a real coup, with a rare appearance by one of the great figures...

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A Catwoman anatomical update….

June 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

This? Well, it may not forgive the God awful Catwoman image, but it does put an interesting spin on it. That image above, in the style of Robert Crumb, is by Guillem March, the man...

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Moments in movies

September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

One of the great discoveries at the 2009 Angoul├¬me festival, was the tiny exhibition of 28 key moments in comics history, as seen by cartoonist Fran├žois Ayroles (a Google search on “Ayroles Moments” will bring...

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Robert Crumb – Genesis exhibition

June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

Over at the Fantagraphics blog they’ve some pictures and a write up from Patrick Rosenkranz of the Robert Crumb Genesis exhibition at the Portland Art Museum. It looks very impressive, but what struck me most...

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After his massive comics adaptation of the Book of Genesis, here’s R Crumb’s sequel – well, sort of. It is, as it says above, a fever dream of Ward Sutton for the Village Voice, excuted...

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Crumb, Swarte and some other bloke……

February 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

From the Fantagraphics Blog: Joost Swarte’s cartoon of meeting Robert Crumb to look through Genesis with some other bloke in a long white beard. Fantagraphics think the limited edition print is produced by Griffioen Grafiek...

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Go on, someone create a Robert Crumb themed Christmas tree using these Mr Natural papercraft toys from the Toy-A-Day blog. The timing is perfect, since Fantagraphics have just announced that the first ever hardback edition...

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Rare glimpse of Bakshi making Fritz the Cat

November 30, 2009 | 1 Comments

Jerry at Cartoon Brew points us towards a YouTube presentation (in three parts) from a German documentary on Robert Crumb from the 70s with rare footage from behind the scenes in the studio where Bakshi...

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