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Spiegelman accepts award by emphasizing crucial importance of arts in a shifting sociopolitical world.
Alice X. Zhang has worked for Marvel and called her Beyoncé art "good practice."
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The baby Trump blimp flying over London is just the latest depiction of the president in diapers.
The rock-star illustrator reflects on Nixon — and Trump — while visiting D.C. for his touring American University show.
First-year editor Bill Morrison wants to extend Mad magazine's reach to younger readers — without alienating older fans.
Corcoran School director calls it a “no-brainer” to bring 18 spiked cartoons by Rob Rogers to Washington.