Gene Luen Yang Explores Chinese History with Boxers & Saints - Award-winning American Born Chinese cartoonist Gene Luen Yang unites with colorist Lark Pien to deliver the provocative diptych, Boxers & Saints. The pair spoke with CBR about their latest endeavor.

Boxers & Saints are out on the shelves now ~

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Robots dream too, didn’t you know? This week, we’re talking to artist printmaker, illustrator, and children’s book author Sara Varon—creator of this cute illustration, from the book called (you guessed it!) Robot Dreams—about her artistic process, inspirations, gardening, and life in…

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Carson Ellis, this story needs no words. That is a badger pulling a rickshaw. Thank you.

If you like this badger pulling a rickshaw you can find more of Carson’s work on her website or at the Cartoon Art Museum as part of our I See What You Say Exhibit. Carson was kind enough to…

Come see Carson’s originals! Public Reception this Sunday at the Cartoon Art Museum, in San Francisco.

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This week our Artist Spotlight falls on Chicago based artist Lilli Carré. Seamlessly spanning the realms of film, animation, comics and illustration, Carré’s work is characterized by an acute sense of design, as well as a subtle, quieted surrealism. Her work has been shown at film festivals around the world, including Sundance, and her comics and illustrations can be seen in a number of notable periodicals and comics anthologies.
Her latest book is the wonderful anthology, Heads or Tails, published by Fantagraphics. Check out some of her amazing stuff on her website, blog, and tumblr.

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This week our Artist Spotlight falls on Chicago based artist Lilli Carré. Seamlessly spanning the realms of film, animation, comics and illustration, Carré’s work is characterized by an acute sense of design, as well as a subtle, quieted surrealism. Her work has been shown at film festivals around the world, including Sundance, and her comics and illustrations can be seen in a number of notable periodicals and comics anthologies.

Her latest book is the wonderful anthology, Heads or Tails, published by Fantagraphics. Check out some of her amazing stuff on her website, blog, and tumblr.