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Comics editor advises future Texan staffers
December 6, 2012
So after two years at the Texan, I’m on my way out.
DT Comics presents an online-exclusive special Halloween-themed Mini-comic
November 1, 2012
The Comics Page is proud to present the first Words + Pictures exclusive online mini, the first of hopefully many to come from our fine cartoonists and affiliates.
The 90s called. They're coming over to your house right now.
February 2, 2012
Nowadays, Image is on its way to being the best and most successful publisher in the industry.
An interview with Aaron Whitaker
January 25, 2012
Aaron Whitaker's graphic novel The City Troll's printing costs were paid for by Kickstarter.com.
Jesse Moynihan talks about webcomic-turned-book, Forming
August 24, 2011
Jesse Moynihan draws “Forming” in his spare time when he’s not working as a story man and character designer for the Cartoon Network television show “Adventure Time.”
Collaborations blend humor with dark subjects
June 7, 2011
Artists Tim Root and François Vigneault provide an arsty and entertaining distraction from the summer heat.
Artist discusses themes of childhood in his work
May 4, 2011
Daily Texan: I was first exposed to your work with “Turtle Keep It Steady,” probably from that “Best American Comics” compilation.
Minicomic collection highlights progress, growth of cartoonist
May 4, 2011
Vermont-based cartoonist Joseph Lambert’s “I Will Bite You!” collects eight stories, six of them previously published in minicomics or anthologies sometime between 2006 and 2010.
Comic anthology shows emerging talent
April 27, 2011
“Mome 21,” the penultimate issue in editor Eric Reynolds’ impressive run of quarterly, full-color anthologies, is a strong argument for the series’ artistic continuation with the upcoming end to the series with “Mome 22” this summer.
David Foster Wallace novel captures mood of imagined IRS site
April 15, 2011
Bureaucracy, as a concept, could be described as otherworldly. In its grip, a bureaucracy has undeniable power, akin to weaponized tediousness, to make you understand both its terrible largeness and your insignificant smallness.
Characters have experienced alterations since they were first created in a Kinkos 10 years ago
November 10, 2010
The Daily Texan got a chance to talk to artist Brian Chippendale about his new book “If ‘n Oof,” his previous works and how to make comics that read with cinematic flair.
Artist creates vibrant, rhythmic adventure book
November 10, 2010
Brian Chippendale’s new book “If ‘n Oof” is a rollicking adventure comic that reads like an explosion of fun and energy.
Duncan displays alternate, militant animals lifestyles
November 3, 2010
Coming out of nowhere with “Duncan the Wonder Dog,” a postmodern epic about talking and reasoning animals, Adam Hines has taken the comics world by storm with his richly dense art.
Comic explores pop culture through offbeat art, story
September 7, 2010
Ever since Toronto-based cartoonist Michael Deforge first burst onto the alt-comics scene in 2009 with “Cold Heat Special #7,” bloggers and critics have hailed him as the next big thing. With the first issue of his annual pamphlet “Lose,” he again proves himself worthy of the hype.