The late Maurice Sendak's In the Night Kitchen is a story of dreams, childhood rebellion, baking children (a la Grimm), heroism and, yes, love and freedom, featuring male frontal nudity, big Jungian themes (ditto) and excellent illustrations in the realm of the gently and instructively surreal. It w ... More >>
Ten movie womanizers, from the sick to the sublime
Fine Line CinemaHarvey Pekar"Life is a war of attrition. You have to stay active on all fronts. It's one thing after another. I've tried to control a chaotic universe. And it's a losing battle."--Harvey PekarGraphic novel writer Harvey Pekar, author of the autobiographical underground comic bo ... More >>
Grand Central Art CenterThere's an exhibit going on at the moment that may be of some interest to comic strip fans. It's the "R. Crumb's Underground" exhibit, at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. It contains a mixture of 100 drawings, collaborations, sketches, and published pieces of Rob ... More >>
Sex and violence go comic in the work of Ivan Brunetti
Via WFMU: Good-lookin' weirdo comix mag from North Carolina that sells to you the weird consumer for cheap. Routinely featured... Robert Crumb, who designed our logos, Kim Deitch, Frank Stack, Robert Armstrong, Carol Tyler, Spain, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Justin Green, Bill Griffith, Peter Poplaski, ... More >>
OnDVD: Crumb: Special Edition
'Art critics are too afraid to say that certain works are pure crap that need flushing.'
Kevin Costner and Harvey Pekar deliver the goods
But its nothing personal
Ghost World and Americas Sweethearts
Randy Newman's life is good
Doheny Blues and Bruuce!