The Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists revisits the local artists who freaked out the world.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, April 19
Chris Ware, Lynda Barry, Daniel Clowes, and other cartoonists open up in a new book by U. of C. prof Hillary Chute
Lilli Carré blurs the boundaries between comics and art in a solo show at the MCA.
Our all-local gift guide features vintage-suitcase boom boxes and beer-brewing classes, just to name a couple of highlights.
The local graphic novelist’s Burning Building Comix is one of the best you will see this year.
A Daniel Clowes showcase at the MCA demonstrates the uneasy relationship between art and comics.
It’s so gorgeous that you may be tempted to leave it in the shrink-wrap.
The author discusses his new book about Chicago’s postwar heyday.
Chicagoans recommend Building Stories, SpaceTime Tanks, and the Kates.
A couple of new and interactive web comics may point the way to the future of graphic novels online
A new graphic work, in pictures
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, September 29, 2012
Our five best bets for fall books: Ray Bradbury, Chris Ware, Fran Lebowitz, and more
New Yorker art editor Francoise Mouly: Artists—they’re totally adorable