Category Archives: Comics
I certainly never expected to see the font here. Oddly enough, I was reading Chaykin’s American Flagg series when it was first released in the mid-80s, so I probably first encountered the font here years before I ever saw a … Continue reading
XKCD gets all the indie-nerd love, but there is only one internet comic worthy of my RSS reader and that’s Exploding Dog. Case evidence #1, the Aug. 29 comic for “I should stop listening to this record.”
R.I.P.Â Rocketeer (both the comic and the movie) were a staple around the QC headquarters back in the day. I didn’t know that Stevens had been dealing with leukemia for so long.
I have no idea how to interpret this, other than wondering what the hell comic writers in 1963 were smoking. Mike Sterling explains.
Yikes! Evan Dorkin has a blog.
The destruction of childhood anti-authoritarian icons Part II. Although Mad’s founder, the late William Gaines, once vowed to teach kids not to believe in ads, his cartoon protege has chosen another path, dishing out product endorsements for everything from Lucky … Continue reading