Probably the Everest of coloured gag cartoons, Playboy even from it’s very beginnings wanted to publish the very best of cartoon gags. It’s true that Hugh Hefner wanted to be a cartoonist and admired cartoonists greatly. Don’t be put off by the subject matter, look, learn and laugh!
Great Cartooning, Great Propaganda and great storytelling about World War 11. 7th volume of 7 films concerning the war years
Great Cartooning, Great Propaganda and great storytelling about World War 11. 5th volume of 7 films concerning the war years
This book is Raymond Briggs feelings about the the Falklands War.He thought it was about 2 washed up leaders trying to shore up their careers by starting a conflict. The rest of the world thought it was a GIlbert and Sullivan farce It turns out that whoever owns the falklands gets to have a big piece of Antartica. But for a childrens book, it broke new publishing ground, and takes its place amongst all those classic anti- war stories that started with the ancient Greeks.
David Levine was the supreme master of Caricature using Classic cross hatching in the modern era.
Eye Popping tenth degree action comic, from the folks who brought you Rem and Stimpy.
Françoise Mouly takes us behind the scenes at the New Yorker and reveals how the magazine creates its signature covers commenting on the most urgent political and cultural events of the day
Serge Clerc (born 12 October 1957 in Roanne, Loire) is a French comic book artist and illustrator. Serge Clerc began his professional career in 1975 in the monthly magazine Métal Hurlant, after having created his own fanzine, Absolutely Live. Initially a science-fiction artist, his story Captain Futur appeared in book form in 1979 by Les Humanoïdes Associés.
Hilarious Parodies Of Classic Literature Re-imagined With Classic Comics. Masterpiece Comics adapts a variety of classic literary works with the most iconic visual idioms of twentieth-century comics.
Author: Robert Sikoryak
Here is a rare homage to the art of classic 2–D animation and the time–honored method of hand–drawing characters that come alive on the silver screen.