The U.S. Postal Service will dedicate the new 50th anniversary stamps at Schulz Museum in October.

The hope is that “Beyond Eyes” encourages other intrepid game designers to explore less bombastic realities than are found in most games, but little sets this game apart.

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Upon Comic Riffs’ 7th birthday, here are our favorite quotes to celebrate comics

Upon Comic Riffs' 7th birthday, here are our favorite quotes that celebrate comics, animation -- and the artists who make them.

Iranian artist Farghadani, who drew parliament as animals, sentenced to 12-plus years

Iranian political artist Atena Farghadani received a nearly 13-year sentence after depicting members of parliament as animals.

Sketchbook: Still counting the (311) days of injustice for The Post’s Jason Rezaian

Sketchbook: As the closed trial for Post Tehran correspondent Jason Rezaian begins, Comic Riffs continues our visual countdown for justice.

The Taste Test: 'Pearls Before Swine' and 'Tina's Groove' creators rail against the tameness and timidity of the newspaper comics business.

Can A.I. have a humor IQ? As The New Yorker cartoon editor and The Verge journalists show, the idea is becoming a bit less laughable.

Just weeks after reviving 'Bloom County' on his Facebook page, creator Berkeley Breathed decides to distribute the strip through Universal.

Google wipes away the past and illustrates its path to a new "identity family" of graphics.

The Comics Taste Test (Part 2): The behind-the-scenes criteria that a syndicate editor applies when weighing a transgressive comic strip.

Sketchbook: As The Post's Tehran correspondent awaits a verdict in an Iranian prison, friends and colleagues stand (and run) in solidarity.

As The Post's veteran comics producer departs, Comic Riffs takes a closer, two-part look at applying a taste test to newspaper comics.

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