Chris Ware first discovered the work of the late cartoonist Frank King in the 1980s, in the seminal anthology “The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics”. Alley,” King’s long-running comic about the Chicagoan Walt Wallet and his adopted son, Skeezix, a baby left behind in 1921. Ware, an art student inRead More →

Many of us remember reading the Sunday morning cartoons in the newspaper, but few of us still have a daily rag on our doorstep. That doesn’t mean we’ve stopped enjoying a few well-timed pun strips or goofy antics, though; webcomics are our new addiction. And on the Internet, every dayRead More →