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Art Spiegelman Says Marvel Comics Insisted He Remove Trump Critique From Essay
cartoonist withdrew his essay over Marvel’s objection to a line comparing Trump to Captain America villain Red Skull.
Art Spiegelman on Lynd Ward, the Forgotten Comics Pioneer Who Inspired Him
creator looks back on a man who was doing graphic novels before there were such things.
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Art Spiegelman Talks Graphic Novels and E-Cigs
The comics artist has a live show this weekend.
Art Spiegelman on ‘Breakdowns’ Redux and the Dark Side of Tina Fey
Spiegelman raps with Vulture about the druggie seventies and the genius of Mark Twain.
BEA Dispatch: Art Spiegelman Calls Out Contemporary Comics
At Book Expo in L.A., Spiegelman disses FSG’s graphic-novel histories and talks up ‘manga.’
Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, and Daniel Clowes Crack Wise on ‘The Simpsons’
Alternative comics legends Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, and Daniel Clowes turned up in Sunday night’s episode of
, forcing millions of viewers to nod along and not quite get a pretty hilarious joke about “Watchmen Babies.”
Peter Kuper Resents Tampons, Young Cartoonists, George Bush
Q&A with cartoonist Peter Kuper, plus an excerpt of his book
Stop Forgetting to Remember