Tag: Sam Alden
Here is Seth Kushner’s fundraiser. If you haven’t already, please check it out. He’s a wonderful guy fighting an awful disease.
This time, we’re trying something a little different. We all got together to record and review (in the historic Manhattan Saddlery, no less), and this time had more of a conversation about the books than usual. There was a lot to talk about, too: just one gorgeous book after the other.
Top image is from How to be Happy by Eleanor Davis. Our podcast music is by Joshua Hudelson.
And some extras:
Eleanor Davis demonstrating watercolors and dropping some knowledge. Seriously, watch this.
The New York Comics & Picture-Story Symposium is just about to start its Fall session. Check out upcoming meetings here.
And SPX is coming! Alexander and Andrea will be at table A13a. Come say hi!
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.
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 discuss:
Hawaii 1997 by Sam Alden
Plot #3 by Neil Brideau
Low Society by various, edited by Rob Walton