David Stanford, editor of the recently released “Dbury@50” and numerous “Doonesbury” collections, chief of “Doonesbury.com” and longtime assistant to Garry Trudeau, is here talk all things “Doonesbury” as we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this iconic comicstrip.
Celebrating “Doonesbury” ! Cartoonist Pat Sandy(“Next Door Neighbors”, GoComics.com) and Geoff take a walk through Walden Pond on the occasion of “Doonesbury’s” 50+ years in syndication!
Kevin Mutch, part 2! In this wide-ranging conversation, Kevin Mutch, cartoonist of the critically-acclaimed graphic novel, “The Rough Pearl”, and Geoff get down to some nitty-gritty comics talk; “cartoony” or “realistic” comics? which is better? It’s a knock-down, drag-out battle for stylistic supremacy!
Kevin Mutch, cartoonist behind the great new graphic novel from Fantagraphics, “The Rough Pearl” is here for a wide ranging discussion about Canada, comics, and the coming zombie apocalypse. Part 1 of a two-part interview.
Take a trip to Hootin’ Holler to visit Snuffy Smith, Loweezy, Barney Google and Sparkplug, with cartoonist John Rose, as “Blockhead” celebrates “Barney Google and Snuffy Smith’s” 101st birthday!
A frank and timely round-table discussion about race, the Black Lives Matter movement and events in the wake of the murder of George Floyd with the great Ray Billingsley of “Curtis” and Khalid Birdsong, cartoonist of the wonderful “Fried Chicken and Sushi”. The conversation ranges far and wide, and you bet we talk lots about comics!
find Khalid Birdsong @ friedchickenandsushi.com
and Ray Billingsley and “Curtis” on comicskingdom.com
geoff grogan on Instagram @grogangeoff
and @ geoffgrogan.com
part 2 of Blockhead’s interview with Jan Eliot, cartoonist of the wonderful syndicated comicstrip, “Stone Soup”! Join Geoff and Jan for a relaxed and engaging discussion about Jan’s career, comics, and cartooning
This fall will mark 25 years in syndication for Jan Eliot’s warm and funny comicstrip, “Stone Soup”, about two working-mom sisters living life and raising families just across the fence from each other! Jan’s here to help us celebrate in a relaxed, fun and engaging discussion about comics, cartooning, Charles Schulz,feminism, teaching and just about everything else
“Blockhead”’s “Dennis the Menace” celebration winds down with Part 2 of our interview with Ron Ferdinand, cartoonist of the Sunday “Dennis” since the early 1980’s!
“Dennis the Menace” takes over “Blockhead”! The wonderful Marcus Hamilton, daily cartoonist of “Dennis the Menace”, is here to talk about Dennis, the Mitchells, Mr. & Mrs. Wilson, his career as a top-notch illustrator in the 1970s and how a chance glimpse of a TV interview with Hank Ketcham revitalized his career and led him to a dream job drawing one of the most iconic characters in comics history.