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Ever See a Painting Elephant?

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Finally, the Republicans find a plausible slogan.

Thanks, Germany! Now Back to American Football

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Soccer? Yeah, whatever. Back to a real American sport.

Captain America: Stars, Stripes and a Shield

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One of America’s most iconic characters comes and goes with the times.

The ’80s Sequel No One Wants, Starring POTUS and the Veep

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The guy in the jacket isn't Michael J. Fox.

Comics About What It Means to Be Gay

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It’s Pride Month. These comics take a diverse look at the gay experience.

Things Go Worse With Koch

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Obama's ratings are underwater, but so is this.

Maira Kalman: Mental Magpie

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The artist’s work is immediately recognizable. I’d argue she’s making comics.

Cliven Bundy on the Right to Work

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The Nigerian girls have been found!

When Vladimir Putin Looks in a Mirror, This Happens

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A reflection on the crisis in Ukraine.

Autobiographical Comic Depicts Epilepsy in a Family

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French graphic novelist David B. chronicles his brother's complex disease.

New Orleans on the Day of the Deluge, Illustrated

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Neufeld’s much-awarded graphic novel chronicles Katrina and its aftermath.

Justin Bieber Visits Shaun White at the Olympics

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Hint: he wasn't there for the sports.

The Many Great Gals of Charles Busch

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"The Tribute Artist" continues a comic canon.

Comedian Tom Shillue Goes Long

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Fox News 'Red Eye' guest finds a creative way to build an audience.

The Poor and Mighty

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Before art is beautiful or divine or anything else, it is manual labor.

Robots Meet Jung in Aaron Diaz’s Techno-Deco Future World

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"Dresden Codak" reveals a post-singularity world we might actually imagine living in.

Paige Braddock Changes the World Without Bending or Breaking It

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Comics creator is an icon for our times.

The True Power of Batman

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Bruce Wayne is a 1%er with genuine concern for everyone else.

The Junction to Everywhere

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Comics are changing what it means to work in print media, but they're also taking new forms.

On Fathers and Sons (and Alexander the Great)

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A graphic novel I wrote ten years ago teaches me lessons about what my father meant to me.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?