Friday, June 8 2012
The balkanization of a city and a nation receives a typically witty but more thoughtful than usual take from this travelogue comic artist.
Tuesday, March 17 2009
Delisle's story is certainly biased, but that's to its advantage. Instead of simply reporting the facts, it explores culture-shock, conviction, and the capacity of the human spirit to overcome oppression.
Tuesday, April 29 2008
Delisle, like so many contemporary cartoonists, attempts to utilize the simplicity and aesthetic of old-style cartoons for subversive means, yet he fails to subvert the sickening misogyny and conservatism of his comics into anything of critical value.
Wednesday, June 20 2012
“Journalism” by Joe Sacco; Metropolitan ($29) “Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City” by Guy Delisle; Drawn & Quarterly ($24.95) ——— In the preface to his…