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Robert Crumb skewers the Republican presidential candidate in an old-school comic gem.
Bill Plympton is not a genius, or so he insists, although none of his thousands of fans would be shocked if a MacArthur "Genius Grant" came his way.
The current Biennale takes up where Auriti left off. were the words Dante famously coined on the way to hell. The same might
NATO?! Whatever. The big news of the weekend was the three-day conference at the University of Chicago's new Logan Arts Center, "Comics: Philosophy and Practice," where some of the greatest comics artists and graphic novelists took the stage.
Bruce Hornsby has a new album, Bride Of The Noisemakers, which especially celebrates his last few albums and playing out on the road. Here he discusses what the experience has been like, playing those tours.
Jonathan Kirsch Author and book editor of The Jewish Journal It's no accident that November is Jewish Book Month, because
Charles Burchfield at the Hammer: How do I not know of this wonderful, entirely American artist?
I followed Bobby out through the kitchen. I heard the scream and it told me everything I needed to know. I knew this was it. We had walked out of happiness into hell.
TOLEDO -- Not far from the Van Goghs and Cezannes, visitors to the Toledo Museum of Art can find the "underground comix" of
Little Bird of Heaven, Joyce Carol Oates Brown should stop worrying about unfinished pyramids and worry about unfinished