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Comics A.M. - Adam Zyglis Wins Pulitzer Prize For Editorial Cartooning

Comics A.M. - Adam Zyglis Wins Pulitzer Prize For Editorial Cartooning

Pulitzer is Baltimore News cartoonist's third national award this month! Will minimum-wage hikes hurt comic shops? Why one paper dropped "Maakies"!

Tony Millionaire's "Sock Monkey" Gets the Animated Treatment

Tony Millionaire's "Sock Monkey" Gets the Animated Treatment

Tony Millionaire’s "Sock Monkey" has gotten a teaser as to what a full-length film could look like courtesy of animator Matt Danner.

CBR TV: Tony Millionaire's Kids Books Aren't Just for Kids

CBR TV: Tony Millionaire's Kids Books Aren't Just for Kids

Acclaimed cartoonist Tony Millionaire spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about his past, the "Sock Monkey" movie and just who he makes his books for.

Comic Book Easter Eggs: National Lampoon's... Iron Man Vacation?!

Comic Book Easter Eggs: National Lampoon's... Iron Man Vacation?!

CSBG's latest spotlight on cameos and in-jokes looks at the Griswold family from the "Vacation" films visiting the pages of Iron Man!

Living Like A (Tony) Millionaire

Living Like A (Tony) Millionaire

Acclaimed cartoonist Tony Millionaire spoke with CBR News about his new book "Little Maakies on the Prairie," working with Elvis Costello, the difference between writing for adults and children and much more.

PRESS RELEASE: Fantagraphics Announces Signings and Debuts at Comic-Con International

Tony Millionaire's "Billy Hazelnuts and the Crazy Bird"

Tony Millionaire's "Billy Hazelnuts and the Crazy Bird"

The excitable Billy Hazelnuts returns for a second adventure in June and we spoke with cartoonist Tony Millionaire about the book, how the focus has shifted in Vol. 2 and his other upcoming projects.

Tony Millionaire Talks âThe Drinky Crow Showâ

Tony Millionaire Talks “The Drinky Crow Show”

The creator of the popular comic strip, “Maakies,” Tony Millionaire discusses his new animated series on Adult Swim, “The Drinky Crow Show,” and the process of adapting his illustrated work for TV.

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