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U.S. Rep. John Lewis Discusses His Graphic Novel “March”

The following is a recording of a panel held on Aug. 31, 2014, at DragonCon in Atlanta. At that panel, U.S. Rep. John… more »

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Flannery O’Connor: Cartoonist

Though hailed as one of America’s most influential post-World War II authors, Flannery O’Connor’s lifelong interest in cartooning has been, at best, only… more »

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Cartoonists Gone Wild! The 2014 Reuben Weekend in Pictures

The glitz! The glamour! The chilling sight of alcohol-based life forms poured into tuxedos! (Not to mention a dash of Grammy-winning celebrity.) We… more »

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Swine Connoisseur: The Stephan Pastis Interview

Stephan Pastis—the creator of the bracingly acerbic Pearls Before Swine—talks to Tom Heintjes about lucky breaks, practicing law and why you don’t mess… more »

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The Life (and Death?) of Robin: Bob Lubbers’ “Robin Malone”

One day in September 1969, a skinny nine-year-old opened up the local newspaper to the comics page. One strip caught his eye, introducing… more »

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Looking Back at the Class of ’34

The Year of the Adventure Strip Has Its Anniversary: Celebrating the Class of 1934 Alumnae Alex Raymond, Milt Caniff, Al Capp and Lee… more »

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A Look Back at Jefferson Machamer’s “Gags & Gals”

Comics historian Ron Goulart looks at Jefferson Machamer’s Gags & Gals Sunday feature. Jefferson Machamer was one of the several cartoonists who rose… more »

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Web Extras: Hogan’s Alley #19

Even with as much as we packed into Hogan’s Alley #19, we have material that we wanted to share with readers. So here,… more »

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Universal Soldier: The Lee Salem Interview

Editor’s note: This interview first appeared in Hogan’s Alley #7, published in 2000. Few have had the vantage point on the comic-strip business… more »

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Walt Disney’s First Star: The Virginia Davis Interview

JOHN PROVINCE talks with Virginia Davis, the first star in Walt Disney’s fledgling studio Note: This interview first appeared in Hogan’s Alley #3,… more »