Boris, the round-headed child, reigns like a despot in the little house he lives in with his mother. His mother, Bulle, formerly known as Aglaia, was once the all-powerful queen of the country Marylene. Since Marylene’s fall, residents have lived in peace thanks to a self-governing system they have adopted. But when Boris meets Sabine, a warrior French fry thirsty for revenge, nothing will ever be the same …
Tom Hart examines what makes a graphic memoir great, and shows you how to do it.
No problem. Want to make bagfuls of money? Send your cartoons to Chris Oliveros of Drawn and Quarterly.
Charles Burns achieved a significant milestone as his iconic graphic novel “Black Hole” made a remarkable appearance in the film “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Clowes’ Wilson is being adapted into a screenplay for Fox Searchlight. This is a big coupe for the imprint Drawn and Quarterly, the publisher of… Read More »Hey Mr. Wilson You’re Going to Hollywood
The enigmatic Robert Crumb, known for his reclusive tendencies, has sought refuge from the tumultuous atmosphere of the United States. Often regarded as the Henry Miller of comic book illustrators.