We've dipped into pur archives to bring back some fan favorites!
COMIC-CON GRAPHIC NOVEL BOOK CLUBS
Welcome to the new normal! The Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs continued their social distancing monthly meetings in May via Zoom, which we’ve dubbed “ZookClub.” (Aw, c’mon … it’s cute!)
Let's all fly away (in our minds) and join Katie Cook on a beach and draw some flamingos!
Shirts! Bags! Swag! Oh My!
Whether you pencil and ink on paper or digitally, artist Jesse Hamm has some great inking tips for you!
Let's face it ... 2020 has been disappointing, to say the least. But as Maggie Thompson points out, sometimes after the most crushing of disappointments, great ideas emerge.
April dawned with a leap into the future: The Dawn of ZookClub, our first online meetings!
Katie Cook returns to help us all stay at home.
Jesse Hamm celebrates the art of cartoonist Mort Drucker, who died last week at the age of 91.
Maggie Thompson's original topic for this month changed due to current circumstances ... so it's time to talk about changes.
Eight of our Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs were able to meet in March before the California stay-at-home protocols took place.
Our WonderCon Anaheim 2020 Online Exhibit Hall is open for business! Visit the websites of some of our exhibitors for great deals, exclusive merchandise, and more!
Jesse Hamm returns with a look at the differences between drawing and cartooning.
Our continuing mission: To explore strange new worlds...To seek out new life and new civilizations...To boldly extend the WonderCon Anaheim badge shipping deadline!
Moving closer to spring, we start off this new March week with both the return of Daylight Savings Time (YAY!) and six more special guests for Comic-Con 2020, July 23–26 at the San Diego Convention Center.
With WonderCon Anaheim 2020 just about one month away, here are this year's Exhibitor Lists and Exhibit Hall Map!
Maggie Thompson look at how some early books—even prayer books—can be early examples of comics art.
Coming into March like a lion with six more great special guests for Comic-Con 2020, July 23–26 at the San Diego Convention Center!
The Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs injected some much needed color into an otherwise drab February with this month's books!
Happy Monday ... or at least maybe it will be a happier Monday once you see our next group of six special guests for Comic-Con 2020, July 23–26 at the San Diego Convention Center!
Don’t delay, purchase today!
WonderCon Anaheim 2020 reveals this year's stunning cover and official T-shirt art by Jen Bartel, featuring the one-and-only Wonder Woman!
The Comic-Con Museum celebrates Will Eisner Week with a quartet of panels on Sunday, March 1 devoted to the master of comics storytelling!
Visit the Valley of Plenty and purchase your WonderCon Anaheim 2020 badge by February 25 to have it mailed in advance!
Katie Cook returns with another fun tutorial on how to draw a person playing Pong ... no, wait ... it's friendly bacon and eggs! Oh, we're so confused ...
Our second special guests announcement for Comic-Con 2020 doubles the number of confirmed guests for this year's event, July 23–26 at the San Diego Convention Center!
The Comic-Con Museum presents Sense of Wonder: The Art of WonderCon Anaheim, with a special opening night event on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 6:00 PM. A limited amount of tickets are still available.
Jesse Hamm returns with some great tips to solve some of the more common problems you may face when drawing a story.
- 1 of 54