Comic artist Andy Singer is a pal of Morphizm. He clever satirist hits us up with comics all the time.
We’ve talked at length before about the state of the world and visual art. And you can be sure we will again.
So look for Andy’s smartass panels to show up on the new Morphizm with regularity. This time around, Singer offers up twin visions of our environmental future.
Both aren’t pretty.
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Addicted to War
In this excerpt from the graphic novel War-Fix, David Axe and Steve Olexa get to have their hell on earth and eat it too: MORE
Can’t Get No Closure
Rick Veitch’s poetic rumination on the ruination of 9/11 is helping destroy what’s left of the line between comics and lit: MORE
V For Vague
Unlike Alan Moore’s canonical comic, the film V For Vendetta is heavy on the popcorn and light on the philosophy: MORE
With one foot in the art world and another outside of it, Robbie Conal is assuming the position. Because taking potshots at Important White Men won’t make you friends. But Robbie just wants them to feel the Burn. Our interview explains: MORE
Carol Swain’s Wales is a dark and dangerous place, a stark world of blank slopes, vanishing lakes, impenetrable forests and vast fields of broken rock. Even her protagonists, Garth and Ross, are rendered vague and expressionless; whether they’re hungry, angry or afraid: MORE
Jason’s graphic novella, Tell Me Something, reads like a stylized, anthropomorphic storyboard for a silent film noir that might have been produced by Disney — if Jim Thompson had been head of production: MORE
When PNAC Attacks!
Get to know your well-heeled presidential families, paranoid geopoliticians and other shameless comb-lickers in this excerpt from Fantagraphics’ Bush Junta: MORE