This past week on TCJ.com:
Rob Clough concluded his look at Drawn & Quarterly’s reprints of classic comic books and strips with Doug Wright’s Nipper (1963-1964).
Rob Clough rounded up and reviewed Candy Or Medicine, Devil’s Lake, Desmond Reed minis, Dina Kelberman, The Cornelia Collection.
Minis Monday: Rich Kreiner looked at Ophestios, 1890.
R.C. Harvey remarked on Dick Locher’s retirement from the Dick Tracy strip, and Joe Staton as his replacement.
Shaenon Garrity drew readers’ attention to exhibits at the Cartoon Art Museum.
Kristian Williams reviewed Audrey Niffenegger’s The Night Bookmobile.
Rob Clough reviewed the 26th issue of the comics zine Mineshaft, edited by Everett Rand and Gioia Palmieri.
R.C. Harvey examined The Wolverton Bible.
Donald Phelps wrote an essay on plotting in Billy De Beck’s Barney Google.
R.C. Harvey looked at how U.S. editorial cartoons depicted the Egyptian conflict.
Kent Worcester bids farewell.
And coming up next week:
Gerhard speaks: an epic interview on the craft behind Cerebus; Matthias Wivel attends the mammoth Moebius retrospective in Paris; Rob Clough begins a series on comics as poetry and reviews The Broadcast; Gavin Lees reviews Oji Suzuki’s A Single Match anthology; and Rich Kreiner immerses himself in The Simpsons Ultimate Episode Guide.
1995 Arzach image ©Moebius