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Comics
12:40 pm
Tue January 15, 2013

The Secret To 30 Years Of “Love And Rockets”

A glimpse into the wide world of characters from Los Bros Hernandez.
Courtesy Fantagraphics

Brothers Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez are considered godfathers of the alternative comics movement.  Fans and critics alike credit the brothers for bringing in a new type of narrative to the comics movement that features strong female characters and showcases Latino culture. Jaime spoke with Ross Reynolds on The Conversation.

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Arts
8:00 pm
Thu November 8, 2012

Spider-Man, Captain America And X-Men: Marvel's Universe Of Comic-Book Superheroes

Spider-Man #1, Fantastic Four #232 and The Avengers #4.
Credit Wikipedia

Nearly half a century ago, a diverse group of characters began to capture children's hearts: Spider-Man, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, The X-Men. The epic Marvel universe has been a massive force in pop culture, inspiring countless books, films and becoming a multi-billion-dollar enterprise.

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Arts & Life
9:00 am
Thu November 8, 2012

Photographer Matika Wilbur On Documenting Native America

Photographer Matika Wilbur
Credit Matika Wilbur

Photographer Matika Wilbur is a member of the Tulalip Tribe raised on the Swinomish Reservation. Her work explores themes of Native American identity and cultural duality, and has appeared in the Royal British Columbia Museum of Fine Arts, The Nantes Museum of Fine Arts in France, the Seattle Art Museum and the Burke Museum. She joins us to talk about her new project to photograph Native Americans from all 562 tribes in the United States.

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Comics
10:00 am
Mon October 22, 2012

Crawl Inside "The Hive" With Cartoonist Charles Burns

"The Hive" by Charles Burns
(Image/Pantheon Books)

Cartoonist and illustrator Charles Burns is the creator of the much-lauded "Black Hole" series, the tale of a mysterious teenage plague that was named one of the "Top 100 English-Language Comics of the Century" by Comics Journal. His early work could be found in Art Spiegelman's "RAW" magazine and the SubPop fanzine. He has since gone on to illustrate for albums, magazines and Madison Avenue.

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