Daily Archives: June 7, 2014

“The Comic Strip That Made Bill Watterson [Want] to Come Back to Cartooning”

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Ever Wished That Calvin and Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson Would Return to the Comics Page? Well, He Just Did.

Originally posted on Pearls Before Swine:
Bill Watterson is the Bigfoot of cartooning. He is legendary. He is reclusive. And like Bigfoot, there is really only one photo of him in existence.  Few in the cartooning world have ever spoken…

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“Well, I got fired today. Anyone hiring?”

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“On Your Mark & Castles in the Air (CHAGE & ASKA PV)” (Vimeo)

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/48043470″>On Your Mark & Castles in the Air (CHAGE & ASKA PV)</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user9837942″>ala sunder</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> “On Your Mark & Castles in the Air (CHAGE & ASKA PV)” (Vimeo) “In 1995, Hayao Miyazaki had writer’s block … Continue reading

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Tissue Animals (nepia)

Tissue Animals (nepia) “Normally we think of facial tissue as nothing more than snot collectors or eye wipers, but artist Yuki Ariga has found a much cooler use for facial tissues- she folded them into animal shapes and created a … Continue reading

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