Marchin’ in with Miscellany

NPR interviews a Genius. The site also features a short Yes You Can! Lynda Barry video.


This Is How You Do It. Jim Keefe gives a video sketchbook inking tutorial.


Arting in the 21st Century. Patrick LaMontagne shows how to draw on a Wacom.


San Diego Comic-Con issues a kind of non-statement on the coronavirus.

“Comic-Con is working with local officials as it pertains to the COVID-19 situation and continues to monitor developments closely,” Comic-Con International reps said.


Let’s mention the passing of author Clive Cussler.
For eight weeks in 1977 he was featured in the funny pages.
Images here via Walter’s Clive Cussler blog.


A memorial for the late cartoonist Howard Cruse has been announced to be
taking place on Saturday, March 28 at The LGBT Community Center in New York City.


James Rosen, for National Review, reviews The Peanuts Papers


Edutopia’s Emily Kaplan interviews Mo Willems on The Lost Art of Being Silly.


The New York Review of Books prints Art Spiegelman’s essay on The Art of Rube Goldberg exhibit
and the Screwball: The Cartoonists Who Made the Funnies Funny book.


The Smithsonian released 2.8 million public domain images.
Mike Rhode guides us to the cartoons.