“The artwork is fantastic. The linework is clean; the style is fresh and full of life. The art puts you in a good mood just by looking at it” — Dustin Cabeal, Comic Bastards
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Goddess! Warrior! Worrier! Confidante! Great tipper at restaurants! THE BRAID LIVES!
Created by the inimitable Eric Kostiuk Williams, built by genius man Phil Woollam, modelled by the dynamic Ms. Beatrix Haze. For more Braid adventures check her out in Condo Heartbreak Disco this May!
The Slate Book Review and the Center for Cartoon Studies have announced the nominees for the fifth annual Cartoonist Studio Prize and John Martz’s Burt’s Way Home has made the shortlist of nominees! Check out all of the wonderful nominees here!
Montecristo Magazine interviews Walter Scott and peeks into Wendy’s world.
“Walter Scott’s uncomfortably relatable comic book character has been making art kids laugh, cry, and cringe since he first introduced her in 2011.“ — Alison Sinkewicz, Montecristo Magazine
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Cartoonists Mike Dawson and Zack Soto the fine folks who run the Process Party podcast sit down with Eleanor Davis to discuss her new book You & A Bike & A Road, as well as illustration work, short vs. long form comics, politics, and more. Check out the whole discussion here!
“There are some people who produce art in a vein of such innate effortlessness, that it seems like this was exactly what they were supposed to do. Eleanor Davis is one of those.” — Zainab Akhtar, A.V. Club
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TCAF has revealed Eleanor Davis’ poster for this year’s festival, which will see the debut of her new book You & A Bike & A Road. Eleanor’s poster “showcases, as only Eleanor can, the power of our voices and our communities in fighting against the serpents in our midst.” Check out the amazing image here!