Mixed governmental messaging, and a more advanced decay of trust in media than other anglo democracies, has Australia still not getting the seriousness of preventative measures against the virus. Sydney cartoonist and activist Jess Harwood is ruminating on local avian types. (The cartoon appears to only be transmitted virally so far – click through to […]
Slime cartoonist, NOW editor and Fantagraphics publisher Eric Reynolds is thinking about the effect of the government on America’s citizenry again: “Collage in the time of Coronavirus.”
Ironically, XKCD does almost all its communication through words, not imagery.
Jamelle Bouie sees something familiar in Republican grifter rhetoric, but Bill Mitchell is an extremely low-rent Gordon Godfrey.
Current events are seeping into Seattle comedian Brett Hamil’s attempts to create a backstory for the fictional puppet best friend of his sad-dad stage character Burl Dirkman.
A wartime message from Ernie Bushmiller.
Argentinian artist and Metabarons co-creator Juan Giménez is the first (?) significant cartoonist to die of the ‘vid. As well as being able to paint comics in a full-on detailed 1970s sci-fi paperback style, he could apply that care in deadpan to writer Jodorowsky’s most ludicrous fantasias, helping the series play to a wider span […]
During a time when approximately everyone in the world is having anxiety and depression forced upon them, Tatiana Gill has posted her “Head Meds,” a personal history of brain balance, for free reading. (The reader seems to be optimised for tablets or other vertical-mode screens, NB.) Maybe right now is not the best time for […]
Raymond Briggs’ early-’80s nuclear family classic was on-point about how carefully regular folks engage with planet-threatening crises. (panels snapped by Pip Madeley)
Nicholas Gurewitch sees the pandemic expanding into impact on regular Western suburban life: