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Building Stories , by Chris Ware For everyone who thought that Chris Ware would always be best-known as the creator of Jimmy Corrigan: the Smartest Kid on Earth , I present to you this giant box of 9176642822comic strips, a game board, magazines,
Rarely can a couple have laid so much bare over so many years as Robert and Aline Crumb . As a glossy retrospective of their collaborative comic strips is published, we talk to them about their 40-year relationship as partners in both art and life.
Loop and you wondered whether Chicago would ever get a grip, in Hyde Park , at the new Logan Center for the Arts, a different, more mellow kind of summit was going on, a gathering of cartooning royalty. While someone, somewhere Friday night was
Eight years after Yukichi Yamamatsu failed to materialise his dreams of spreading Japanese ' manga ' comics in India, the comic book creator from Japan returns with a new illustrations that draws from his "adventures" here. In the graphic novel "
Crumb has an exhibit on display through April 30, 2011 at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators. Robert Crumb finds it odd that 90 pieces of his work are hanging on the wall or protected under glass at a new exhibit
During that period, they survived financial uncertainties and a 1973 pornography investigation by the Orange County district attorney's office...For years, she was, alternately, a single mother or a partner in a faulty marriage...Struggling to earn a
Crumb Opens Up Posted by majestic on November 11, 2010 Portrait of R...Enjoy his telephone conversation with Deborah Vankin of the LA Times , interspersed with background yells from his wife, Aline Kominsky-Crumb: DV : What comics are you reading
East Bay authors and East Bay publishers are pumping out new books about economic apocalypse, oral sex, and baby animals. Tea Partiers are paranoid, notes UC Berkeley public policy professor and ex-Secretary of Labor Robert Reich in his new book
This past decade, he has collaborated with the cartoonist Daniel Clowes on "Ghost World" (2001), a sardonic chronicle of teenage alienation in strip-mall America, and "Art School Confidential" (2006), a contemptuous attack on art-world strivers, and