Comics Unmasked: Worth a Look

Comics Unmasked: Worth a Look

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, David Robertson shares his experience visiting the exhibition.

Call for Participants: Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-Up

Call for Participants: Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-Up

The Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-up will take place on Saturday 28th February 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Stepping into Aladdin’s Cave of comic wonder – a review of ‘Comics Unmasked’

Stepping into Aladdin’s Cave of comic wonder – a review of ‘Comics Unmasked’

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews and reports, Natasha Barrett reviews it here calling it “a coming of age for comics”.

Comics Unmasked: Have A Dream And Do It – Jodorowsky’s Dune

Comics Unmasked: Have A Dream And Do It – Jodorowsky’s Dune

As part of our call for Comics Unmasked Reviews and Reports, Kathryn Drumm reports from the Alejandro Jodorowsky: Film, comics and conversation event on 4 July 2014 at the British Library.

Review: Comics Unmasked European Literature Night: The Graphic Novelists

Review: Comics Unmasked European Literature Night: The Graphic Novelists

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews and reports, Damon Herd reports from the European Literature Night: The Graphic Novelists, which took place on 14 May 2014 at the British Library.

Comics Unmasked, An Exhibition at the British Library

Comics Unmasked, An Exhibition at the British Library

As part of our Comics Unmasked collection of reviews and reports, Sara from HTM shares her view of the exhibition at the British Library.

Comics Unmasked: A Night at The Good Inn with Black Francis, Josh Frank and Steven Appleby

Comics Unmasked: A Night at The Good Inn with Black Francis, Josh Frank and Steven Appleby

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Ernesto Priego reports from The Good Inn book launch at the British Library.

downthetubes: An Interview with John Freeman

downthetubes: An Interview with John Freeman

In this interview John Freeman, British writer and editor founder of downthetubes, talks to Ernesto Priego about his work behind the influential comics web resource.

From Comics Unmasked: A Comic Take on Life in the 1880s

From Comics Unmasked: A Comic Take on Life in the 1880s

Adrian Edwards, co-curator of the Comics Unmasked exhibition at the British Library, writes on the 1880s as a high point in British comics history.

What Was Left Out: A Review of Comics Unmasked

What Was Left Out: A Review of Comics Unmasked

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Kelly Kanayama shares her experience visiting the exhibition at the British Library.

Comics Unmasked: A Prelude to the History of British Comics

Comics Unmasked: A Prelude to the History of British Comics

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Ludi Price writes about the UK comics exhibition at the British Library as “a prelude to the history of British comics”.

Hangin’ out with the Dream King: Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos at the British Library

Hangin’ out with the Dream King: Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos at the British Library

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Megan Waples reports from the Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos evening on 16 May 2014 at the British Library.

New Article: Colonial Connections: A Review of Redrawing French Empire in Comics

New Article: Colonial Connections: A Review of Redrawing French Empire in Comics

We have published a new Book Review article in The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship: Colonial Connections: A Review of Redrawing French Empire in Comics, by Lise Tannahill, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Call for Papers: Transitions 5 – New Directions in Comics Studies

Call for Papers: Transitions 5  – New Directions in Comics Studies

Call for Papers. Transitions 5 – New Directions in Comics Studies, Satuday October 25th 2014, Birkbeck, London.

New Article: Comics, Copyright and Academic Publishing

New Article: Comics, Copyright and Academic Publishing

We have published a new Commentary article in The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship: “Comics, Copyright and Academic Publishing”, by Ronan Deazley, Professor of Copyright Law, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Review: Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK (visited May 11th, 3:00-5:00 PM)

Review: Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK (visited May 11th, 3:00-5:00 PM)

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Keegan Lannon describes his experience visiting the exhibition at the British Library.

On the Comics Unmasked Digital Anthology

On the Comics Unmasked Digital Anthology

In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reports and reviews, Simon Russell writes about the free digital anthology.

New Article: Catwoman’s Hyde: A Comparative Reading of the 2002 Catwoman Relaunch and Stevenson’s Novella

New Article: Catwoman’s Hyde: A Comparative Reading of the 2002 Catwoman Relaunch and Stevenson’s Novella

We have published a new article in The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship: Catwoman’s Hyde: A Comparative Reading of the 2002 Catwoman Relaunch and Stevenson’s Novella by Lesa Syn, University of Colorado at Denver, USA.

New Article: Alternative Modalities – A Review of Graphic Encounters: Comics and the Sponsorship of Multimodal Literacy

New Article: Alternative Modalities – A Review of Graphic Encounters: Comics and the Sponsorship of Multimodal Literacy

We have a new article in The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship. Aaron Scott Humphrey reviews Graphic Encounters: Comics and the Sponsorship of Multimodal Literacy by Dale Jacobs.

Press Release: Comics Unmasked, the UK’s biggest comic book exhibition, opens at the British Library

Press Release: Comics Unmasked, the UK’s biggest comic book exhibition, opens at the British Library

We share the British Library’s press release for Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK, running 2 May – 19 August 2014.

Open Access, Monographs and “Working for publishers for free”

Open Access, Monographs and “Working for publishers for free”

Martin Eve explains why Open Access mandates do not mean academics will have to “work for free”.

New Article: Comics Unmasked: A Conversation with Adrian Edwards, lead curator of Printed Historical Sources, The British Library

New Article: Comics Unmasked: A Conversation with Adrian Edwards, lead curator of Printed Historical Sources, The British Library

We announce a new article in The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship. Adrian Edwards, lead curator of Printed Historical Sources, British Library, talks to Ernesto Priego about the Comics Unmasked exhibition.

The Guardian Weekend Comics Special: A Review

The Guardian Weekend Comics Special: A Review

Damon Herd reviews the comics included in the Guardian Weekend Comics Special (26 April 2014).