Tag Archives | Cartoon Strip

A Guide To Zookie The Dragon

By Keri Johnson Published by Keri Johnson It’s always encouraging to learn of someone who is making a success of getting their cartoons noticed. With so few outlets taking cartoons on it gets harder by the year. So the obvious place to run them is on the internet, but building that audience is a difficult […]

Continue Reading

Father And Son

By E.O. Plauen Publisher: New York Review Comics ISBN: 9781681371207 Originally created in 1934 by political cartoonist Erich Ohser, Father And Son was a hugely popular strip in Germany. Because Ohser had previously upset the Nazi regime and been blacklisted the strip was published under a pseudonym. Appearing originally in Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung for three […]

Continue Reading

Tuppence: The Daily Doings Of A Dipsy Dog

By Noel Ford Publisher: Noel Ford ISBN: 9780244000820 I’ve been asked to review the CCGB Chairman’s new book. I think it’s only fair to point this out… Knowing that Noel has produced a few children’s novels in his time, when I first saw Tuppence mentioned I presumed it was another of those, but in fact it’s […]

Continue Reading

R.I.P

By Aitor I Eraña Publisher: Kettledrummer Books ISBN: 9788415153658 Set in the graveyard of Saint Stool, this is a collection of cartoon strips about its ghoulish inhabitants who are attempting to make the best of their afterlives. The main protagonist is Raph, the new gravedigger, and it’s through his eyes that we get to meet the […]

Continue Reading