Not now. Not after Orlando. Or Sandy Hook. Or _______. Feel free to fill the blank. Before next time. Maybe. Now out from Gringo Comics and available in stores in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and at Amazon of course: POL Band 1: Echt Cool ! The Hunting Down Comics PodCast did a very nice review […]
Posts Tagged ‘new york times’
Yesterdays New York Times had an interesting article by Eduardo Porter: “Bringing Republicans to the Climate Change Table”. You can check it out here. !!! While updating the system the navigation got messed up. Right now I have no idea how to restore it. I apologize for the inconvenience. I will try my best to […]
Thomas L. Friedman had a very interesting piece in the New York Times Op-Ed section on August 19. You can check it out here.
Usually I don’t repost strips. But this time I have a good reason. The strip “Red” was seen here before in 2011. Originally, the red can stood as a perfect symbol for all the trash people throw away without thinking. Sure, everybody could see it was a Coke can, but back in 2011 I would […]
In last weeks review about the exhibition “Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective” at the Jewish Museum in NYC (an exhibition I can highly recommend) in the NYTimes, Holland Cotter gave a great and poignant description of what a comic is: “Comic art is, on a very basic level, about concentration, about fitting a complete world […]
Happy Fourth of July everybody!!! Mark Bittman had a very good article in the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times on July 2nd that fits this weeks strip very well. If you find the time check out his article “Let’s Not Braise the Planet” here.
There were two very interesting articles in the NYTimes this week for those concerned about climate change: A Change in Temperature by Justin Gillis and For Insurers, no Doubts on Climate Change by Eduardo Porter.
In this context, please check out this great op-ed piece by Timothy Egan (“The Fires This Time“) in the New York Times from Sunday July 8.
Thank you to everybody who came out to this years MoCCA Fest and visited me at my table. And even more a big thank you for everybody who bought one of my books or some of the other stuff. As always, the MoCCA is a great place to be and meet people one already knows, […]
Just some numbers: The American Bird Conservancy estimates that up to 500 million birds are killed by cats and 440,000 birds – according to the United States Fish and Widlife Service – by wind turbines every year. Well, but still, the leading cause of bird deaths are remaining from collisions with buildings. I got the […]