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ComicsDC · 3h ago

March up for LA Times Book Prize

Why a civil rights icon chose to tell his story in the form of a comic book Carolyn KelloggApril 22, 2017
ComicsDC · 3h ago

Cohen art for local spirits-tasting event

Local comic booker and Magic Bullet editor Andrew Cohen did some art for a booze-tasting event at Union Drinkery on May 7.
ComicsDC · 4h ago

The Express on 'Fun Home'

The star and designer of 'Fun Home' on how their show still surprises audiences [in print as 'Fun Home' stirs up lots of memories] By Lori McCue Express April 27 2017, p. 22-2...
ComicsDC · 9h ago

Sara Duke's courtroom art exhibit featured at Comic Riffs

From Manson to O.J.: A new exhibit spotlights the fading art of the courtroom sketch By Michael Cavna Washington Post Comic Riffs blog April 26 2017
ComicsDC · 1d ago

CIA archives apparently hold some cartoons

Funny papers, please: a sampling of comic strips in the CIA's archives From Soviet satire to psychic Dilbert, the strangest strips hidden in CREST Written by ...
ComicsDC · 2d ago

Great Big Stories mentions Library of Congress' comic book collection

There's Something for Everyone at the World's Largest Library comics appear at about 3:00, but the whole video is wort...
ComicsDC · 3d ago

April 30: Max Fleischer film screening in Rockville

Stone Branch School of Art at 2 pm, with a lecture by his grand-daughter, Virginia Mahoney.
ComicsDC · 3d ago

April 27: Courtroom art exhibit opens at Library of Congress, with curator presentation

March 7, 2017 (REVISED April 19, 2017) "Drawing Justice: The Art of Courtroom Illustrations" Opens April 27 ...
ComicsDC · 3d ago

April 29: Cartooning the Landscape with Chip Sullivan

Cartooning the Landscape with Chip Sullivan Hosted by Fantom Comics at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PMFantom Comics
ComicsDC · 3d ago

Cartozia Tales profiled

Exploring The World of Cartozia Tales by Rob CloughHigh-Low blog April 10, 2017 Wenthe is local.