1. The Bad Girl, Sad Girl, Mad Girl Art of Melinda Gebbie - Comics
This first documentary is about artist Melinda Gebbie and her involvement with underground comics. Melinda Gebbie's comics are different from the Underground...
Underground cartoonist Rey King conspiracy/ UFO/ Occupy movement interview 11-29 2011
America needs to know interview with cartoonist Rey King.
Intro to Mini Comix: Underground, Newave, Modern...
Was getting a lot of positive feedback on my previous "mini comix" video that I thought it would be best to put together this very "high level" introduction ...
Some Underground Comics I Read in College
Check out http://www.youtube.com/jumblejunkiemusic, http://www.youtube.com/christophersmac, http://www.youtube.com/yourewrongimright, http://www.youtube.com/...
London Underground Comics feat. Alan Moore
Alan Moore adds some highbrow class to this ghetto gospel with Oli Smith and co. Feat. Music by Jay Z www.londonundergroundcomics.com www.idlechild.co.uk.
Underground Comix Cartoonists
Photos of UG underground comix artists, S.Clay Wilson, Crumb, Greg Irons, Dave Sheridan, Gilbert Shelton, Joel Beck, etc...All taken by Clay Geerdes, Photo-j...
The Confessions of Robert Crumb (1987)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0255902/ Here's a 55 minute long BBC documentary about my favorite cartoonist. This precedes the Terry Zwigoff film bio "Crumb" b...
Newave! The Underground Mini Comix of the 1980s - video preview
892-page black & white/color 5" x 6.25" hardcover, $24.99 ISBN: 978-1-60699-313-2 http://www.fantagraphics.com/newave Newave! is a gigantic collection of the...
London Underground Comics, Camden '08
Oli Smith and co. live it up in camden lock market with their comic stall- turning small press into a boys club. www.londonundergroundcomics.com www.idlechil...
Pirates in the Heartland
S. Clay Wilson is one of the baddest and boldest of the legendary underground cartoonists from San Francisco. His life story and a retrospective of his artis...
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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
Mon, 28 Apr 2014 16:23:35 -0700
She was an anthropology major who dug underground cartoonists such as Crumb. She began submitting to a women's comic anthology while in Charlottesville, among other small publications, then in 1999 started drawing absurd short stories. “It was the ...
Chicago Tribune (blog)
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 23:56:15 -0700
Trina Robbins stands out from the talented feminist underground cartoonists that emerged in the '70s partly for her forays into mainstream comics but more for her scholarship. As the cartooning world's premiere HERstorian, she has published a dozen ...
Bleeding Cool News
Bleeding Cool News
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 13:56:15 -0800
As an artist, Backderf has a style similar to, but far more accomplished than many lesser known underground cartoonists. I wouldn't rank his work among the Bagges, Crumbs, Clowes, or Hernandezes of the world, yet his work does appear to take influences ...
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