Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated; Pat Byrnes’ Daily Experience; Ware, Karasik, Kuper, Burns, Feiffer at Comic Arts Brooklyn

Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated The Cartoon Companion boys, “Max” and “Simon” are back with their takes on the newest New Yorker cartoons, including a family outing turned sadly serious, Jesus and doughnuts, a nightmarish hairbrush, and some outta this world heels.  Read it all here.  _________________________________________________________________________________- Pat Byrnes’ Daily Experience Here’s the link to Pat Byrnes’ cover story on

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Tomine, Burns, Spiegelman in Brooklyn; The Cartoon Lounge Episode #3

Beginning tomorrow, November 8th and running through November 9th, with guests including Art Spiegelman, Adrian Tomine, and Charles Burns.  All the info here on their website.     ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Filmed deep within the center of The New Yorker’s Cartoon Universe, episode 3 of The Cartoon Lounge, featuring a special appearance by the fellow who reads every single cartoon caption entry.

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Addams Family Collaboration; Steinberg biography one of the NYTs 100 Notable Books of 2012; Interview: Mick Stevens; Toronto Group Photo

  From the blog, Little Gothic Horrors, November 30, 2012,“An Addams Family Collaboration”     Deidre Bair’s Saul Steinberg: A Biography (Nan A.Talese/Doubleday) has been named one of The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2012.     From nudistnaturistamerica, November 29, 2012, “Naked Cartoons and Censorship”, Mick Stevens revisits his dots in this interview.   From boingboing, November

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Review: Roberts’ After the Fall; Film: Every Tuesday screened at Boston Jewish Film Festival; Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival

    From Comic Book Bin, November 8, 2012, “After the Fall: An Illustrated Novel book review” —  a thumbs up for Victoria Roberts new book.       From The Jewish Daily Forward, November 8, 2012, “Lunching with New Yorker Cartoonists” — this review of the well-traveled short film by Rachel Loube. (Above: some of the cartoonists featured: clockwise,

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