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This episode we review:
and for our webcomic, we discuss:
Top image is a detail from Persimmon Cup by Nick Bertozzi. Middle Image is from Beautiful Darkness by Fabien Vehlmann and Kerascöet. Bottom image is from Pimo and Rex by Thomas Wellmann
This episode we review:
For our classic comic, we discussed:
And for our webcomic, we reviewed:
She couldn’t tell Charlotte that Anderson had told her to look into it. To Charlotte, Anderson was a stain on the clean humanitarian program she was trying to run. To Maria, Anderson was an inevitability.
In this episode we have a great interview with Annie Koyama, rockstar publisher of Koyama Press. Plus we review:
Were You Watching? by Keren Katz
Other things we talked about:
Couch Tag by Jesse Reklaw
In this episode we review:
SF #3 by Ryan Cecil Smith
In this episode we are joined by Matt Huynh and we review:
The Cage by Martin Vaughn-James
For our classic book, we discussed:
For our webcomic, we discussed:
(And here’s the other recent scifi comic by Sophie Goldstein that we mentioned.)
Matt also suggested some Australian cartoonists and organizations to check out (in no particular order):
Sidney Opera House’s Radio With Pictures
In this last episode of 2013 we count down our favorite comics of the year. On a methodological note, we limited ourselves to book-length works that felt like complete statements.
We also discussed the Sequential Artists Workshop’s end-of-year fundraiser. There are still 28 days left—consider pitching in to help fund this awesome school!
Josh’s Top Five:
Alex’s Top Five:
We said we’d post links to a bunch of our favorite minis and floppies here, but man, that’s hard to sort through. Hopefully we’ll do that soon.
Thanks for listening, everyone. 2013 was a great year in comics—see you early in 2014!
In this episode we are joined once more by Andrea Tsurumi and we review:
For our webcomic we discussed:
(And Hyperbole and a Half pretty much counts, too.)
Showa: A history of Japan 1926-1939 by Shigeru Mizuki
Astounding Villain House by Shannon Wheeler
For our Web comic portion we talked about some of Sam’s own work:
Sam has lots of great work coming out in the spring, but for now here’s his latest mini to buy.
In this episode we talk about Comic Arts Brooklyn and review:
Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Coat Check Dream by Keren Katz
The Sasquatch in Brooklyn by Jess Worby
Look Straight Ahead by Elaine M. Will
The online comics venture Believed Behavior
In this episode we discuss:
Rebetiko by David Prudhomme
Moose #1-14 by Max de Radigues
Annotated #11 by Aaron Cockle
Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story by Peter Bagge
Invisible Wounds by Jess Ruliffson
The King of Persia by Walt Holcombe (now available in this compilation)