Thursday, September 13 2012
Some of Daniel Clowes’ exaggerated bitterness about his vocation comes from a willingness to see himself as just as ridiculous as the characters he gets paid to doodle. But he also harbors a deep disillusionment with art itself.
Tuesday, April 6 2010
Comics, that great corrupter and retarding influence on youth, evoke fear in librarians -- fear of the adults, that is, not the children.
Wednesday, June 2 2010
OAKLAND, Calif. — In the mind of cartoonist Daniel Clowes, the modern egoist is a balding, middle-aged schlub named Wilson. Lonely and self-loathing, Wilson, the subject