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Art: Meersman does Moore

February 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

This via Wim at the Ephemerist: Karl Meersman is Belgium’s foremost caricaturists, with a weekly topical page in media weekly Focus. With all the attention going to Alan Moore on account of his being on the short...

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Saturday, and you know what that means…. waves, palm trees, sound of lone castaways screaming into the isolation they find themselves lost in…. except that’s not screaming in primal agony at the thought of never...

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A Future For Books…?

April 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Wim posted this a couple of weeks back – from the New York Times, Grant Snyder (Incidental Comics) proposes a back to the future solution that I can really get behind: Oh, I hope so, I...

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Via Wim, here’s a fascinating look at Comics Journalism presented (of course) in comic form: “For the website of the Poynter Institute journalism school, comics journalist Dan Archer created a two-page primer on comics journalism, its origins, methods...

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New Yorker’s Halloween cover

October 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

Wim points us to another fab cover by the New Yorker, this time for their Halloween issue, a pop culture extravaganza of a cover by the brilliant Ivan Brunetti, complete with Elvis, Spidey, Groucho, Batman,...

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New Moomin Movie

August 20, 2010 | 4 Comments

Moomins and the Comet Chase, an all-new 3D animation feature with Finnish novelist and comic strip author Tove Jansson’s adorable ghost-like creatures, debuted earlier this month in Finland, where Jansson lived as a member of...

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Mekanik Strip is not just the best (or at least the coolest) comics store in the fair city of Antwerp, it’s also a quite unique gallery which regularly showcases artwork by some of the world’s...

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Yes, this little post is once more about Pieter De Poortere and his anti-hero Boerke.  I know I tend to hammer on the same nail sometimes, but this time I have good reasons for it. ...

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Pilote for the summer

July 27, 2010 | 2 Comments

Even though it’s no longer the indespensible comics mag it used to be in the 1960’s, and even though it doesn’t seem to appear on a regular schedule anymore, Pilote Magazine still lives on as...

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Continuing a selection of 14 French comics for the 14th (the first half is here), here are seven more insanely great French comics, starting now ! Monsieur Feraille by Winschluss and Cizo – If you...

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