Review: 'New School' sets Keith and Jason into deep contemplation of an amazing work of comic art @ Comics Bulletin
This is a really long review of New School.
Sketch for a spread from New School.
Dash Shaw and Gabrielle Bell in Winter 2014 Feb/March in Gainesville is a beautiful time to study comics. Come learn comics in winter 2014 with Dash Shaw Feb 24-28 and Gabrielle Bell the following…
I’m teaching for a week at SAW in Gainesville, Florida, Feb 24-28. I’ve never done this before… I have some course ideas and am excited to give it a shot. Consider coming down and taking the classes. I’m sure Bell’s week will be great.
Dash Shaw, drawing
The reader is led to think that the mastermind behind Clockworld, Otis Sharpe, is a sinister figure. He’s a weird figure, to be sure, and it’s clear that he doesn’t like Americans very much. Looking at things from his perspective and from a more objective stance, the villains of the piece are really Luke and Danny.
Rob Clough at High Low Comics spent a week looking at New School, 3 New Stories, a bunch of my older comics, and he posted an interview he did with me in 2008 that originally appeared in the print The Comics Journal.
Dash Shaw Heads to ClockWorld in New School - Cartoonist and animator Dash Shaw discusses his new book New School, a coming-of-age story that follows 16-year-old Danny in the fictional amusement park ClockWorld on a mission to rescue his brother.
Alex Dueben interviewed me for the Comic Book Resources site.
Dash Shaw and Mark Osborne use alt-comics-influenced animation and claymation, respectively, to evoke very different childlike emotions.
The Dissolve is a great site. I was surprised and happy to see they wrote about Seraph. Awesome.
I have some drawings in Animation Sketchbooks, edited by Laura Heit.
Sketch for a panel from New School.
Burdock, drawn here by Dash Shaw. Dash engaged me in stimulating conversation about animation at the Stumptown comics festival this past weekend.
Dash Shaw lecture at California College of Art on July 26. The man in the chair is a sign language interpreter. This was followed by a reception at the excellent Isotope comics.
Seeing the cartoons play with the sign language interpretation was incredible.