Partnering with the old man. Let’s start with not a comic strip.
Steve continues to draw the weekly Biographic.
TAYO Fatunla‘s award-winning OUR ROOTS, the black history illustrated feature, is in its 40th year, and has documented Black history since the concept at art school, the Kubert School in Dover New Jersey.
Fisher Jack at Euroweb celebrates Tayo Fatunla and forty years of African Sketchbook/Our Roots.
Almost ten years in, I thought it was time we have just a little glimpse at how the Woman is supporting all these kids and cats. Today the Woman joins the company of Jon Arbuckle and Balki Bartokomous, two fictional cartoonists who inspired me as a kid. I don’t know that we’ll see her comic (though maybe she writes a certain dark arts comic about a traveling family? ), but I may show her working on some illustrations here and there. That seems fun!
I like to think all cartoonists’ studios are happy places.
Another of those Lists which naturally invite disagreement.
For some reason Saturday’s Loose Parts makes me want to listen to some Meatloaf.
Sunday saw Frank, but not Liberty Meadows return to The Post.
Since the time to honor those folks is in September or October I wonder if we just learned Adrian’s lead time?