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John Lewis finished this graphic memoir as he died. He wanted to leave a civil rights ‘road map’ for generations to come.

The civil-rights icon, who died last summer, co-wrote his sequel memoir "Run" and chose a new artist.

‘Death’s Door’: A clever and fun Zelda homage

“Death’s Door” is very much a love letter to the old Zelda games. Its mechanics are satisfying in a chip-off-the-old block way.
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John McMeel, newspaper syndicator who brought ‘Doonesbury’ to millions of readers, dies at 85

With his business partner, Jim Andrews, he distributed cartoons including “Calvin and Hobbes,” “The Far Side” and “Cathy,” as well as columnists including Abigail Van Buren and Garry Wills.

How Tig Notaro created a cartoon standup special about life, death and Dolly Parton

Notaro's HBO special "Drawn" takes her live performances and puts them to animation.

Kurt Westergaard, Danish cartoonist whose Muhammad caricature stirred debate and violence, dies at 86

His image of a bearded man wearing a turban with a fuse-lit bomb that a newspaper labeled as the Muslim prophet provoked a free-speech debate and sparked extremist attacks, including a massacre at a French magazine that republished the image.
  • Jul 20
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