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The Wire | Black Hole

Snippet from Charles Burns' seminal work, Black Hole.

Black Hole | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 10 January, 2017 0 comments |
On the Dial | Cartoon Crossroads Columbus

This coming weekend Columbus plays host to the second annual Cartoon Crossroads festival. Last year, the 3-day event was capped by a conversation with legend, Art Spiegelman, author of Maus. They also billed 2015's festival as a "soft launch." This year, they're back with...

Cartoon Crossroads Columbus 2016

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 10 October, 2016 0 comments |

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  • On the Dial | NOBRO

    NOBRO is a Montreal based, all-female punk band that wants more girls to learn how to rock. Over the summer, they showcased their talent at Montreal's 'Rock Camp For Girls and Gender Non-Conforming Youth,' an initiative that inspires young people to... Read more →

  • The Wire | Bennett Sims

    Bennett Sims's "deft collection of spooky fables"—White Dialogues—is officially out today! In celebration, we bring you a quote from an interview he did with Derek Heckman at the Iowa Review about film, the undead, and his title story, "White Dialogues": DH: Film and... Read more →

  • On the Dial | 101 Movies To Watch Before You Die

    Ricardo Cavolo's got a new book from Nobrow Press coming soon called 101 Movies to Watch Before You Die. If you're not familiar with Cavolo, we are massive fans. He collabed with Scott McClanahan on The Incantations of Daniel Johnston and... Read more →