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Cartoonists at the Video Shop

Cartoonists are interviewed and/or showcase drawing skills, recorded on video.

Last Week a Today show segment
discussed historic events as seen in comic strips,
highlighting Lalo Alcaraz and La Cucaracha.


Watch as Wisconsin State Journal editorial cartoonist Phil Hands
walks viewers through his creative process
as he draws his latest Mendota Marsh cartoon.


Making Newspaper Comics with Hector Cantu and Steenz.


Spectrum News talks to Drabble creator Kevin Fagan about
incorporating the novel coronavirus into his comic strip.


Watch Will Henry, cartoonist of Wallace the Brave, paint a windy day.
Bonus: Get a free Wallace the Brave e-book (limited time only)


CBS Sunday Morning features a short gallery of New Yorker cartoons.


Brian Fies continues his delightful sixty-second Post-It sketches,
where he is closing in on an hour’s worth of short art lessons.


And now for something completely different…

Dave Trumbore, for Collider, reviews the resurrected Looney Tunes:

The all-new series from Warner Bros. Animation, starring the cherished Looney Tunes characters, echoes the high production value and process of the original Looney Tunes theatrical shorts with a cartoonist-driven approach to storytelling. The new series, which is due to arrive on the HBO Max streaming service on May 27th, will include 80 eleven-minute episodes, each comprised of animated shorts that vary in length and include adapted storylines for today’s audiences; fans can also look forward to holiday-themed specials. I had a chance to get an early look at the first three episodes (totaling six story segments and three interstitial gags) and I’m thrilled to say that Looney Tunes Cartoons is a hilarious throwback that hits all the right beats and never misses a step.

Community Comments

#1 Brian Fies
@ 4:13 pm

Thanks for the nod, DD! Nice compilation of good people doing fun things.

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