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Enjoy a musical tour of nonverbal comics
Trace the evolution of a comix master
A new look at Art Spiegelmans classic
Vocoders, bohos, and a blast of vertigo—Village Voice writers pick their faves of the year
How time flies, right? Eighteen years ago, Sally Potter had her breakout as the writer-director of Orlando, which also starred then-breakout Tilda Swinton. Now, for this week's Village Voice cover story, Melissa Anderson talks with Potter and Swinton about Orlando about their continuing caree ... More >>
Dame and Tallulah. Not pictured: Sienna Miller. Photo by Raquel M. Horn.In this week's Village Voice, Ben Detrick profiles the post-Roc-a-Fella edition of Damon Dash as he haltingly embarks on a kinder, gentler comeback. Elsewhere, Sean Fennessey dissects the two halves of California's pre-em ... More >>
A cartoon strip inspires Pilobolus's newest work
Time's running out to catch this amazing pop-up
A legendary cartoonist draws his own story
Model trains travel from New York to the North Pole at Grand Central Station. Sadly, the bizarre holiday laser light show on the reverse zodiac roof of the main hall doesn't start until Monday. The holiday market is already going on.
Comics come out on Wednesday, and so does Richard Gehr's Pulp Fictions. It was the best of times, it was the...no, it was nowhere near the best of times, as the politically and socially turbulent pages of Alison Bechdel's Essential Dykes to Watch Out For attest. It was a fine year for comics, how ... More >>
Eric Bogosian reads Art Spiegelmans moving work
Cartoonists storm the city
A Holocaust story toldsuccessfullythrough puppet theater
Criminal masterminds, shoehorn worshippers, President McCain
When Sunday papers brought disposable art to the masses
Talking with Joe Sacco, the innovator of contemporary comics journalism
Post9-11 Art reels in the past; an architect looks forward
What Kind of Political Theater Are We Really After?
Comics With an X
A New Exhibit at the Jewish Museum Produces an Uproar
Brawling Cartoonists Danny Hellman and Ted Rall each look for the last laugh in a libel suit
Readers react en-Maus to attack on Spiegelman
With Raw, a Pulitzer Prize For Maus, and a Strategic Job at The New Yorker, Art Spiegelman Has Become Lord of All New York Cartoonists. But His Power Is No Laughing Matter.
Lisa Kron Tells Her Fathers Story of the Holocaust