Monthly Archives: April 2010

If I was a fascist dictator.

By Ben Hutchings People will want one soon, because fascist dictators make a difference. They just get shit done and don’t give a fig. Here is what I would do: New Art Law: Artists would be forbidden to explain or … Continue reading

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Drawing Out, Drawing In: A Spotlight on Graphic Novels

The graphic novel is a form that still attracts more than its share of stigma and snobbery, but its audiences are evangelical, its writers inspired and its sales enviable. And some of the most exciting developments in the form are … Continue reading

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Blood and Thunder in Brunswick

Melbourne, Australia: Blood and Thunder is here! var photo_tags=[]; A new comic artist anthology printed in Sydney, edited by Leigh Rigozzi and featuring 22 of the more diverse and couragous comic book artists from here and New Zealand. :::::: LIMITED … Continue reading

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Tim Danko, Dealbreaker

New Zealand: i made a record cover for the pumice / kraus combination supergroup olympus and the record label didn’t like it (not in keeping with their ‘look’) and the lads dug their heels in and said no we want … Continue reading

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Special issue of ImageTexT on North Korean comics and animation

Call for Proposals: A special issue of ImageTexTNorth Korean Comics & AnimationEditors: Heinz Insu Fenkl & Stephanie Boluk This is an important and timely special issue of ImageTexT, particularly given the current political and economic conditions in the DPRK. With … Continue reading

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