By: William Nericcio
His simple cartoon was deeply sophisticated.
By: Adam McGovern
It’s the make-believe that we keep living in.
By: Mark Kingwell
He gave life to Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and more!
By: Joe Alterio
His comics have a flavor of animation’s madness.
Eat your heart out, Indiana Jones.
By: Brian Berger
The greatest, funniest cartoons of New York’s gutter age.
His panels and characters are bigger on the inside than on the surface.
By: Peter Bebergal
He creates black-and-white surreal masterpieces.
After 9/11, he mocked knee-jerk patriotism and dumb-ass foreign policy.
The hyperreal detail of his sci-fi comics anticipated hi-res CGI.
By: Gary Panter
His Frankenstein was serious, then comical, then scary.
By: Dan Nadel
Innumerable artists have based their entire careers on the briefest of his ideas.
By: John Holbo
This post is a sequel to a more informal post at Crooked Timber, in which I wrote: “A family friend, Susi, just turned 90. Since I’m home in Oregon, I attended the B-Day party. Her […]
One of the most wigged-out artists on Earth.
He showed most comic auteurs how it’s done.