Comics History

(Not) Home for the Holidays: Milton Caniff’s Christmas Strips

Editor’s note: The following article was originally published in the Henderson (N.C.) Daily Dispatch. By David Irvine Comic strips aren’t always funny—sometimes they… more »

Features

The Christmas Card Art of Johnny Hart

Johnny Hart was the epitome of a peripatetic talent. Apart from his groundbreaking work on B.C. and the Wizard of Id, Hart dipped… more »

Comics History

Ho-Ho-Hogan! (Deluxe 2017 Edition)

We are pleased to offer our annual Christmas goodies to Hogan’s Alley readers, this year in four parts! First up, the complete sequence… more »

Biographical

Roy to the World: The Christmas Card Art of Roy Doty

We are proud to present a collection of the Christmas card art of the late and very great Roy Doty. Doty, who had… more »

Comics History

A Cavalcade of Cartoonists’ Christmas Cards

Cartoonists don’t limit their expression to their published work, as the cards below demonstrate. Largely taken from the fabled collection of Hogan’s Alley… more »

Comics History

Merry Christmas from Hogan’s Alley!

We are pleased to offer our annual Christmas goodies to Hogan’s Alley readers: the complete sequence from NEA’s 1939 holiday package, followed by… more »

Features

Philly Fan-Addicts: The 2018 Reuben Awards Weekend

The glitz! The glamour! The chilling sight of alcohol-based life forms poured into tuxedos! As we do each year, we present our photo… more »

Uncategorized

Who Will Win? Our Reuben Awards Predictions!

It’s almost time for cartoonists from around the country to convene at the annual meeting of the National Cartoonists Society. To be held… more »

Features

All in the Family: A Cartooning Roundtable

Just like any other creative industry, cartooning has always had dynasties. Tom Heintjes talks to four creators who followed their cartoonist forebears into… more »

Interviews

Clash of the Titans: An Interview with the Author of “Slugfest”

In an era when our society is riven by acrimonious and seemingly intractable divisions, we’ve become nostalgic for a more carefree societal division:… more »