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Air Pirates

Aline Kominsky-Crumb

Angeli (cartoonist)

Anonymous Boy

Art Spiegelman

Bhob Stewart

Bill Griffith

Bissan Rafe

Bob Fingerman

Bobby London

Brian Bram

Bruce Walthers

Charles Dallas (cartoonist)

Chester Brown

Dame Darcy

Dan O'Neill

Danny Hellman

Dave Sheridan (cartoonist)

David Geiser

David Heatley

Denis Kitchen

Dennis Eichhorn

Diane DiMassa

Diane Noomin

Don Dohler

Dori Seda

Doug Allen

Drew Hayes

Ed Piskor

Edward Barker (cartoonist)

Ellen Forney

Foolbert Sturgeon

Frank Stack

Fred Schrier

Gary Arlington

Gary Hallgren

Gary Leib

George DiCaprio

George Metzger (artist)

Gilbert Shelton

Graham Dury

Grass Green

Greg Irons

Guy Colwell

Howard Cruse

Ivan Brunetti


Jay Kinney

Jay Lynch

Jean-Christophe Menu

Jennifer Camper

Jim Franklin (artist)

Jim Mitchell (cartoonist)

Joe Matt

Joe Schenkman

John Holmstrom

Johnny Ryan

Joshua Quagmire

Joyce Farmer

Julie Doucet

Justin Green (cartoonist)

Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis

Kim Deitch

Krystine Kryttre

Larry Blamire

Larry Fuller (comics)

Larry Todd

Larry Welz

Lee Marrs

Lloyd Dangle

Luc Giard

M. Wartella

Mack White

Mad Peck

Mark Bodé

Mark Newgarden

Mark Vallen

Martin Kellerman

Martin Sharp

Mary Fleener

Mike Diana

Mike Vosburg

Neon Park

Paul Mavrides

Pete Loveday

Peter Bagge

Phoebe Gloeckner

Ralph Bakshi

Rand Holmes

Renée French

Rick Altergott

Rick Griffin

Rick Veitch

Robert Crumb

Robert Kirby (comics)

Robert Triptow

Robert Williams (artist)

Roberta Gregory

Roger Brand

Rory Hayes

S. Clay Wilson

Shary Flenniken

Skip Williamson

Spain Rodriguez

Steve Stiles

Suzy Varty

Ted Richards (artist)

Terry LaBan

Tom Veitch

Trina Robbins

Vaughn Bodē

Victor Moscoso


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Herald Scotland

Herald Scotland
Fri, 13 Mar 2015 18:07:30 -0700

Though the styles range from childlike poster-paint images to a story indebted to 1960s underground cartoonists and Betty Boop creator Max Fleischer, the strips are unified by the fact that they all focus on the group themselves and their long-standing ...


Fri, 30 Jan 2015 17:34:15 -0800

Trina Robbins: I was an artist and hippie in the '60s, and was one of a small number of underground cartoonists on the Lower East Side in New York. I noticed this misogyny creeping into the scene. The male cartoonists humiliated women, drew them being ...

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:07:55 -0800

Over a 20-year career in arts journalism, he covered everyone from piano tuners to underground cartoonists before landing “a dream job” at the Los Angeles Times, which had him “interviewing novelists and writing about authors and intellectual trends in ...
Jewish Journal
Wed, 14 Jan 2015 13:23:24 -0800

“I'd spent my two decades in the business of writing about culture of various kinds — rock bands, graphic artists, piano-tuners, classical composers, underground cartoonists — so I knew a lot of people who'd been hammered,” he reveals. But he soon ...
Bleeding Cool News
Mon, 16 Dec 2013 04:06:20 -0800

Goldstein kept a lot of old underground cartoonists and future top illustrators in work, and in pay, in difficult times. He published Robert Crumb, Milton Knight, Brad Holland, Danny Hellman, Bob Fingerman, John Holmstrom, Wally Wood, Art Spiegelman, ...
Huffington Post
Mon, 06 Oct 2014 13:23:50 -0700

Underground cartoonists in the '70s started writing about more adult topics and themes." She specifically credited "the more artistic cartoonists of the '80s" as well as Spigelman as having "completed changed the medium" of graphic novels. "Spiegelman ...
The Atlantic
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 08:01:57 -0800

“The sheer artistic weight of seven of the best underground cartoonists under one roof gave the title a singular distinction that solo comics by the individual artists couldn't match,” Groth said. “They covered the spectrum of styles and sensibilities ...
The New York Review of Books (blog)
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 11:47:04 -0700

“What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present,” the provocatively titled exhibit at the RISD Museum in Providence, presents a bracing counter to one prevailing way of telling the story of postwar American art. Somewhat ...

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