Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
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Jim Woodring revisits his early work, tells CBR about trying to make sense of surrealist artwork and reflects on his time working in animation.
Giving the "forgotten" Victorian cartoonist her due! "MAD" editors reflect on working with Don Martin! Interviews with the new "Batgirl" team, Jim Woodring and more!
The acclaimed cartoonist talks about his newest book which continues the adventures of Frank, his next project and the joy of creating disturbing oil paintings.
In a Q&A with Robot 6, Jim Woodring discusses "Problematic," a collection of his sketchbook drawings, his upcoming graphic novel "Fran" and what inspired him to start sketching.
A look at the graphic novel scene at Miami Book Fair International! Canadian creators, publishers at Tokyo's International Comics Festa! Decline in webcomics traffic? Interviews with Si Spurrier, Garth Ennis and Jim Woodring! Plus more!
Guy Delisle's "Jerusalem" and Jim Woodring's "Congress of the Animals" win awards at Angoulême! Paul Hornschemeier receives graphic novel residency! New Orleans Comic Con! Plus much more!
Jim Woodring spoke with CBR about "Congress of the Animals," his first full-length Frank adventure debuting in June, and why none of it was drawn with his famous seven-foot long steel nib pen Nibbus Maximus.
Jim Woodring's hallucinatory Frank universe returns in "Weathercraft," a 100-page graphic novel arriving in May. We spoke with Woodring about the project, which sees the pariah Manhog journey toward enlightenment.