Posts Tagged ‘nonfiction’
How Jessica met Ira
This strip is responsible, in a roundabout way, for Out on the Wire. Ira Glass came across this strip when it ran in the NewCity in 1996, clipped it, and stuck it in his files. When he was looking for a cool idea for a pledge drive premium two years later, he thought of my strip, and called me…in Mexico City, where I’d moved six months earlier.Read More
Ça y est. Out On the Wire is in the can.
You won’t believe this, but it took exactly 39 work weeks to begin and complete the 176 pages of new artwork (and 24 revised pages) for Out on the Wire. It’s practically a baby, you guys.Read More
¿Qué es una “novela gráfica”?
¿Qué es una “novela grafica”?—’What is a ‘graphic novel’?” poster is published in Spanish and distributed to libraries and schools across Colombia.Read More
Outtakes from Comics: Philosophy and Practice
I’m in the midst of work on a 4-page comic reportage on the Comics: Philosophy and Practice conference, that featured a series of panels with some of the greatest cartoonists of the modern era.Read More
Tweets from “Comics: Philosophy and Practice”
I was at the University of Chicago at the Comics: Philosophy and Practice last weekend, and live-tweeted most of it.Read More