Crumb & Nancy
The other day we saw several photos of Robert Crumb in NYC holding up a copy of the forthcoming anthology, The Book Of Weirdo. Mr. Crumb also held up and endorsed the lauded How To Read Nancy by Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden.
(photo courtesy of Paul Karasik via Drew Friedman).
In an email conversation with Mr. Karasik regarding Mr. Crumb’s work he recommended I watch this hour-long panel discussion, “Crumb, Race and Gender” at MICE (Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo).
Mr. Karasik began contributing his work to The New Yorker in 1999.
A GoFundMe Campaign For Gahan Wilson
There is a GoFundMe campaign for the great New Yorker, Playboy, and National Lampoon cartoonist Gahan Wilson, who is suffering from severe dementia.
Mr. Wilson began sharing his wonderfully peculiar world with The New Yorker’s readership in 1976. Below, one of his covers.