Batman Dark Knight Returns Issue 3, Kayfabe Commentary

    No deep dive of this legendary comic exists online from a cartoonist's perspective, let alone 3 cartoonists! The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli continue to unpack the Frank Miller 1986 Batman classic over the course of 4 jam-packed episodes, one chapter at a time!

    Part 1 here:

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    Batman Dark Knight Returns Issue 2, Kayfabe Commentary

    No deep dive of this legendary comic exists online from a cartoonist's perspective, let alone 3 cartoonists! The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli continue to unpack the Frank Miller 1986 Batman classic over the course of 4 jam-packed episodes, one chapter at a time!

    Part 1 here:

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    You can support the channel by grabbing some stuff from our Spreadshop! Read the rest

    Batman Dark Knight Returns Issue 1, Kayfabe Commentary

    No deep dive of this legendary comic exists online from a cartoonist's perspective, let alone 3 cartoonists! The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli unpack the Frank Miller 1986 Batman classic over the course of 4 jam-packed episodes, one chapter at a time!

    For more videos and deep dives like this make sure to subscribe to the Cartoonist Kayfabe YouTube channel?

    You can support the channel by grabbing some stuff from our Spreadshop! Read the rest

    Houston! I'm at Comicpalooza all weekend!

    I'm one of the guests of honor at this weekend's Comicpalooza festival in Houston, Texas: in addition to my keynote and signing, you can catch me at panels on copyright, robots and AI, cyberpunk, copyright (again!). Read the rest

    Dennis the Menace in Hawaii, Cartoonist Kayfabe Commentary

    Dennis in Hawaii by Alan Wiseman and Fred Toole

    One of the most popular comics in American history gets the Kayfabe book club treatment with Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli.

    In 1958, Pines and Hank Ketcham sent the Dennis the Menace comic book crew to Hawaii to research a 100 page Dennis the Menace special. The resulting comic book went on to phenomenal success and 9 printings over the subsequent decade.

    Jaime Hernandez and Dan Clowes both sing its praises. What makes this comic book so special and how does it look 60 years later? Join us to find out!

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    "A Fire Story": a moving, beautiful memoir of the Calistoga wildfire in comics form

    In 2017, cartoonist Brian Fies lost his northern California home in the Calistoga wildfires; in the days after, working with the cheap art supplies he was able to get from a surviving big box store, he drew A Fire Story, a strip about how he and his wife barely managed to escape their home ahead of the blaze, and about life after everything you own (and everything your neighbors own) is reduced to ash and slag. The strip went viral, and in the months after, Fies adapted it into a deeply moving, beautiful book. Read the rest

    Akira volume 2, Cartoonist Kayfabe Commentary

    What better way to celebrate 2019, the year before the Neo-Tokyo Summer Olympics, than to revisit Katsuhiro Otomo's classic manga in a book club format with the Cartoonist Kayfabe crew, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli . Miss the earlier videos? No problem:

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    Eleanor Davis Comics! Cartoonist Kayfabe Show and Tell

    Ed Piskor and Jim Rugg discuss a few comics from one of the best cartoonists of their generation!

    Eleanor Davis' books:

    ? You & A Bike & A Road ? Libby's Dad ? BDSM (Frontier 11) ? How to Be Happy ? Why Art??

    Eleanor Davis art & comics on Instagram

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    Wizard Magazine 22, June 1993, Cartoonist Kayfabe

    Ed Piskor?and?Jim Rugg?continue to dissect the turbulent comic book speculator boom on the 1990s while looking through antique copies of Wizard Magazine.

    What to expect in this issue:

    * Malibu's Ultraverse is announced!

    * Chris Claremont's life after X-Men. An interview.

    * Joe Quesada is talking is hopes and dreams about wanting to leave a mark on the industry.

    * Ron Wagner, the Morbius Artist, cuts promos on the series writer, Len Kaminski

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    Ottawa! I'll be at the Writers Festival this Saturday night (then Berlin for Re:publica and Houston for Comicpalooza!)

    This Saturday, May 4, at 7:30PM, I'll be presenting at the Ottawa Writers Festival, talking about my novel Radicalized and how it ties into surveillance, monopoly, refugees, climate change, racism and oligarchy -- all the good stuff! Read the rest

    Hardcover Book Binding by Hand, Cartoonist Kayfabe

    Ed Piskor?and?Jim Rugg have long mentioned wanting to get their hands on a nice collection of Jamie Hewlett's Fireball comics from Deadline Magazine, so Jim decided to make one on his own. In fact, he hand bound three books before this recording.

    BOOK BINDING TUTORIALS:

    DIY Comic Book Binding with dozymuppet! This is the tutorial that led Jim to make some books. Highly recommended

    Sewing Printed Signatures - Part 1. This video gives a clear demo of how to kettle-stitch signatures

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    Wizard Magazine issue 21, Cartoonist Kayfabe

    Ed Piskor?and?Jim Rugg?continue to dissect the turbulent comic book speculator boom on the 1990s while looking through antique copies of Wizard Magazine.

    Some of this issues contents:

    ? Jae Lee takes center stage and talks Youngblood: Strikefile, WildCATs Trilogy, Namor, John Byrne, and more! ? Liefeld interview 2: Youngblood, Bloodstrike, Brigade, Prophet, Image, editors, publishers, and late books ? Star Trek comics ? Ray Bradbury comics at Topps and the all-star lineup of artists drawing them: Richard Corben, Al Williamson, Mike Mignola! ? Topps' Kirbyverse comics: Steve Ditko draws the Secret City! ? The Comics Code, Mike Allred in Palmer's Picks, and Wizard's editor vows to never read manga - a proclamation that upsets Jim and Ed so much that they make a new t-shirt in response:? ? PLUS - the winners of the Cable cover contest in Brutes & Babes!

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    Watch the teaser for the upcoming Swamp Thing series

    I haven't paid much attention to Swamp Thing since the days of Bernie Wrightson, but this teaser trailer for the upcoming TV series looks promising.

    From Ars Technica:

    The DC Universe series stars Crystal Reed as Abby Arcane who, in the comics, is niece to arch-villain Anton. According to the official synopsis, she's now a doctor with the CDC who comes back to her hometown of Houma, Louisiana, because of "a deadly swamp-borne virus" ravaging the area. She teams up with fellow scientist Alec Holland to investigate—and just like in the comics, Holland is killed. Except he might not really be dead, as Abby learns more about the mysterious, likely supernatural nature of the local swamp.

    We don't learn much more from the first teaser about just how Swamp Thing will be reimagined this time around, but the writers are clearly emphasizing the horror aspects. There's no dialogue apart from horrified screams of various folks who encounter something terrible—probably Swamp Thing, but there could be other monsters in the mix.

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    Clever 'Avengers: Endgame' flipbook

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    Halifax! I'm speaking at Atlseccon on April 24 (then Toronto, Ottawa, Berlin and Houston!)

    I'm coming to Halifax to give the closing keynote on day one of Atlseccon on April 24th: it's only my second-ever visit to the city and the first time I've given a talk there, so I really hope you can make it! Read the rest

    Akira Animation Cels! Cartoonist Kayfabe Show and Tell

    The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli got hold of a couple animation cels from the classic anime and couldn't help but show them off. A fun glimpse into the analogue way of producing animation. Come for the cels, stay for the Katsuhiro Otomo storyboard books.

    Also, in case you missed the Cartoonist Kayfabe coverage of the Akira manga:

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    Cartoonist Kayfabe on Wizard Magazine issue 19, March 1993

    Ed Piskor and Jim Rugg continue to dissect the turbulent comic book speculator boom on the 1990s while looking through antique copies of Wizard Magazine.

    Some of this issues contents:

    * Jack Kirby comes back to comics via his line of Topps Comics * Palmer's Picks. Rick Veitch *Jae Lee's Youngblood Strikefile is on the horizon! * Larry Hama's origin story * Mike Mignola talks about drawing the Topps adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula * Dave Sim writes an issue of Spawn

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