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The ridiculously large and undeniably beautiful "Groo: Artist's Edition" catches Augie's eye, presenting an opportunity for some art lessons while revisiting one of comics' greatest funny books of all time.
At the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco, renowned cartoonist Sergio Aragonés spoke with fans about his life and career with "MAD Magazine," a growing desire to self-publish, the future of "Groo" and more.
Trailer filled with Avatar Press books, convention materials stolen! WonderCon organizers wish for return to San Francisco! "Sergio Aragonés Funnies" delayed! Plus much more!
IDW's next Artist's Editions, reprinting original artwork at full size, will be "Sergio Aragones' Groo the Wanderer" and "Jack Davis' EC Stories." We spoke with editor Scott Dunbier exclusively about the projects.
Comics historian and Groo co-creator and writer Mark Evanier spoke with CBR TV about the history of Comic-Con, the long-gestating Groo/Conan comic, Jack Kirby's vision for CCI and much more.
Charles Brownstein and the CBLDF hosted a panel of professionals at Wondercon to speak about the end of the Comics Code Authority and how it affected comics recently and in the past.
The longtime creative team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier discussed their upcoming "Groo Vs Conan" crossover, breaking into comics, their years of collaboration, the possibility of taking Groo digital and more.
Emerald City Comicon marked the first DC Nation run to be run by EIC Bob Harras. So what did he bring? News about upcoming books, creators Chris Roberson and Sergio Aragones, hints about heroes, and lots of donuts!
The legendary cartoonist talks with CBR about his long career on"Mad Magazine," “The Simpsons,” “Groo,” as well as “Sergio Aragones: Five Decades of His Finest Work,” the new retrospective book from Running Press.
Longtime collaborators Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier brought their annual "Sergio and Mark Show" back once more to Comic-Con International, bringing with them a host of guests and news of "Groo Vs. Conan."
What artist worked his editor into dozens of comic stories? Did Sergio Aragones take matters into his own hands with his "Mad" margin drawings? And how did Jack Kirby's Manhunter go from a new character to a revamp?
Groo creators Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier met with fans at WonderCon in San Francisco to talk about their careers, "Mad Magazine," a memorable encounter with Johnny Carson, and what might happen when Groo meets Conan.
The Bongo Comics panel at CCI revealed that long time "MAD Magazine" artist and die-hard Simpsons fan Sergio Aragonés has begun work on “Bart Simpsons Comics" #50, bringing his trademark style to the ongoing series.