Quotes From Cathy
“After I quit the strip, so much started changing in my adult life,” Guisewite explains. “I dealt with it by writing it down — and honestly, I always wrote the strip before I drew it. For years I summed up ideas, thoughts, experiences in four frames for the strip. Getting to write in essay form was like coming home and taking off the Spanx!”
The Cat’s Meow
Cat Scratch Reader rates The World’s 30 Best Cats.
A third of them, including the top 3, appeared in comic strips.
A Comic History of Funny Girls
“We tend to frame the current explosion of female characters in the comics as a new thing, but it is part of a longer tradition.”
Jim Carrey and Mussolini’s Legacy
Tweeting the image, Carrey included the caption, “If you’re wondering what fascism lead to, just ask Benito Mussolini and his mistress Claretta.” Predictably, the heir to the Mussolini lineage didn’t love the graphic depiction of her grandfather’s death, prompting her to bluntly call Carrey a “bastard.”
An American Family
Baldo is written in that spirit: presenting stories to show you how other people experience things.
Paul Fell brags.
It’s a Fool’s Game