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Posts Tagged: comics
A few weeks back, comic artist Chris Eliopoulos spotted something familiar in a series of new paintings by artist Jerry Kearns, on view in his exhibition “RRRGGHH!!!” at Mike Weiss Gallery: his… More ›
When a recent episode of “Oishinbo,” a popular Japanese manga series, hit stands Monday it included a controversial panel featuring characters that suffer nose bleeds due to radiation caused by… More ›
Roy Lichtenstein may be famous for his comic-style paintings, which were recently shown in a retrospective at the Tate, but his work is forever indebted to the graphic artists he borrowed heavily… More ›
Manuel “Spain” Rodriguez, an influential indie comics artist who, along with R. Crumb and Robert Williams, was one of the original contributors to Zap Comix, has died at age 72 after a… More ›
Curicon, a new hybrid social network and marketplace out of Australia, came to New York Comic Con this weekend to tell fans its here to solve their many woes.
Comic book fever is in the air. New York Comic Con is finally here, and the Museum of Chinese in America has just opened their concurrent exhibitions “Marvels & Monsters” and “Alt…. More ›
A copy of the first issue of “Action Comics” — the comic that introduced Superman to the world — sold online at ComicConnect.com for $2.2 million Wednesday (est. $1.1 million). This… More ›