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In CSBG's latest installment highlighting the strangest comics of all-time, Dave Gibbons draws his "Watchmen" characters in ways you've never seen before! All thanks to the late, great Harvey Kurtzman!
Al Feldstein and Harvey Kurtzman estate file to reclaim EC Comics copyrights! Eclectic mix of graphic novels top October bookstore sales! Twenty-five years of The Beguiling! Jules Feiffer puts $4.4 million New York apartment up for sale!
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner offers a thoughtful look at EC Comics in light of two recent collections from Fantagraphics, noting "many stories that were initially regarded as exemplary haven’t held up well over time."
Harvey Kurtzman-era "MAD," Mark Schultz's "Xenozoic Tales" and Gil Kane's "Amazing Spider-Man were revealed to be the next three projects in IDW Publishing's Artist's Edition line.
The nominees have been announced for the 2011 Harvey Awards, which recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art. Familiar names appear along side some surprise new comers!
The 2010 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced with the release of the final ballot which includes Jason Aaron, Geoff Johns, Frank Quitely, Darwyn Cooke, "Chew," "Irredeemable" and more.
Summer school is in session as ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner provides an introductory guide to the works of "one of the most influential and undisputed masters of the comics medium," Harvey Kurtzman.
This Week: The final word on narrative and what it means to the future of the graphic novel; comics books for Xmas 2009 - our recommendations; plus Wonder Woman, Rupert Murdoch, gays in Uganda, bankers with guns and lots of other notes.
From “MAD” to “Little Annie Fanny,” Abrams ComicArts' “The Art of Harvey Kurtzman” gives a comprehensive look at the influential artist's career. We spoke with co-authors Denis Kitchen & Paul Buhle about the book.
Debuting in March is ComicArts, a line of art books from publisher Harry N. Abrams. We spoke with Executive Editor Charles Kochman about the imprint that includes studies of Harvey Kurtzman and the erotic work of Joe Shuster.