All articles tagged "Comics"
Comics Nov 24 1:00 PM

New Thing in the Lloyd Center: Secret Room Workshop Pop-Up

Through December 23, the little gallery will host art shows, present workshops, and sell riso-printer art.

Comics Aug 23 10:20 AM

An LA Comics Fest Comes to Create Permanent Damage in Portland

Floating World hosts the grimy indie comics fair in Lloyd Center's old Ulta Beauty salon.

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Megan Burbank Aug 29 4:00 AM

Chelsea Cain’s Twitter Tricks and Man-Eaters Hints

How the Portland Writer Vanquished an Internet Outrage Cycle and Returned to Comics Creepier and Cooler Than Ever

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Arts May 2 4:00 AM

Ed Piskor’s X-Men: Grand Design Is a Comics Cliffs Notes for X-Men

Boiling Down 8,000 Pages of X-Men to a Six-Issue Arc

Books Feb 7 4:00 AM

Surprises and Horrors in Full Bleed, Portland’s New Comics and Culture Quarterly

Also Included: Punk Rock, U-Boats, and Alan Moore Fighting a Demon

Arts Jan 31 4:00 AM

Orange Thief Makes the Case for Published Sketchbooks

The Unsettling, Imaginative Illustrations of Sophie Franz

Books/Magazines/Comics Jan 3 4:00 AM

Short-Form Comics You Will Love

Things of Beauty from Kevin Budnick, Anne Pomel, and More

Books Nov 8 4:00 AM

Spinning Hits Full Rotation

Teen Graphic Memoir Author Tillie Walden Comes to Wordstock

Books Aug 23 4:00 AM

My Pretty Vampire’s Cartoonish Violence

Katie Skelly’s Love Letter to ’70s Woman-Centric Vampire Cinema

Books Jul 26 4:00 AM

Tongues’ New God Flow

Portland’s Anders Nilsen Debuts a New Comic, With Greek Drama, God Drama, and Strange Wars

Arts Jul 5 4:00 AM

Pop Gun War’s Magic Explosion-ism

Farel Dalrymple’s Surrealist Comic Book is Action-Packed as All Hell

LGBTQIA+ Jun 14 4:00 AM

The Heroes Inside

The Internal Lives of Superheroines from a Transperson’s Perspective

Arts Apr 12 4:00 AM

Comics Artists Jeff Lemire Goes Further North in Roughneck

It’s a Story About Canada and Hockey and Snow—and a Return to Form for the Essex County Author

Arts Apr 5 4:00 AM

Slow Your Roll, Iron Fist—We’re Talking Esoteric Comics With Ron Regé Jr.

Also Discussed: Wonder Woman’s Goddess Origins and the Holy Grail

Comics Mar 8 4:00 AM

Wednesday Comics

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Arts Feb 22 4:00 AM

The Shirley Jackson Project is Like a Collection of Ghost Stories

Portland Comic Artists Share Their Passion for Shirley Jackson, Queen of Gloom

Books Nov 23 4:00 AM

Jill Thompson, Jewel of the Comics Industry

With The True Amazon, She Gets Wonder Woman Right (Finally)

Arts Nov 2 4:00 AM

Chelsea Cain Leaves Twitter Following Sexist Harassment

The Local Author’s Experience Speaks to a Larger Problem of Online Abuse

Arts Nov 2 4:00 AM

Rolling Blackouts is an Ambitious Muddle

Sarah Glidden Explores Conflicts in the Middle East and Ethics in Comics Journalism

Arts Sep 21 4:00 AM

Here is Dame Darcy, Your Comics Queen

The World is Catching Up with Her—Just in Time for The Meat Cake Bible

Books Aug 17 4:00 AM

Study Group Takes Comics Seriously

The Local Magazine Applies a Critical Lens to the Art Form

Books Jul 20 4:00 AM

Growing Old with Fight Club

Chuck Palahniuk’s Comic Book Sequel to the ’90s Rite of Passage

Crafty Jun 8 4:00 AM

Get Your Geek on at GeekCraft Expo PDX

The New Craft Fair Features Local Makers of Nerdy Delights

Books May 4 4:00 AM

Straight to Video (Tonfa!)

Seven Years of Tim Goodyear's Movie Zine

Books Apr 6 4:00 AM

The Drug-Fueled Insanity of Megg and Mogg in Amsterdam

More Fascinating, Repulsive Comics from Simon Hanselmann

Books Mar 30 4:00 AM

Mockingbird Takes Off

Local Author Chelsea Cain Makes a Marvel Heroine Sing

Books Mar 16 4:00 AM

A Drawn and Disorderly Legacy in The Complete Wimmen's Comix

Sorry, Franck Bondoux, Women Comics Artists Have Been Around for a While

Books Mar 9 4:00 AM

Time Traveling with Daniel Clowes' Patience

Talking about His New Graphic Novel