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Illustrator Shane Maughn, not quite sure if tonight still counts as Primal Scream, primal screams.

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Illustrator Shane Maughn takes time away from his looming assignments to help you improve your procrastination skills.

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After a bit of whining, Illustrator Shane Maughn investigates the real reason his professor’s face hasn’t made an appearance on Zoom all semester.

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On Thursday night, Columbia Libraries hosted four cartoonists for America: WTF?: Comics in a Time of Crisis, a discussion of the Trump administration, identity, and the role of comics.  Karen Green, the Curator for Comics and Cartoons, opened the evening with thanks, to Kevin Schlottman and Emily Saso of the Rare Book Library for organizing […]

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This Tuesday, Bwog Arts Editor Riva Weinstein and EIC Betsy Ladyzhets attended Being The First: Reinventing Superheroes, a conversation with Sana Amanat (BC ’04). Barnard’s Being The First series showcases trailblazers, pioneers and women who were the first in their field. In August of 2013, a new superhero burst onto the Marvel comics stage in […]

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Butler Library, the center of all things cool and fun, is having a few comic book events centered around New York Comic-Con!   Check out these two upcoming events: Wednesday, October 9th, at 6pm in 523 Butler In celebration of Butler’s recent additions of Wendy and Richard Pini, the creators of ElfQuest are having a […]

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Hosted by Columbia University Libraries and the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies, The Comics at Columbia lecture was hopped by graphic enthusiast Zachary Hendrickson. The panel included Paul Levitz as moderator and former President of DC Comics; Larry Tye, an author and historian; Al Jaffe, the illustrator whose work is most notably on EVERY […]

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This weekend Low Library played host to “Comic New York: A Symposium”, a two day event that hosted a wide range of players in the comic industry ranging from illustrators to execs to academics. Cartoon Commandos Louise McCune and Alex Eynon ventured over on Sunday for two of the panel discussions, “New York as a […]

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To celebrate the two month anniversary of OWS, protestors pledged to shut down the NYSE. While so far unsuccessful, police and protestors are already clashing outside the Exchange doors. (Gothamist, NYTimes) Protest is sure to be especially charged today, after a New York State Supreme Court justice ruled that those from OWS do not “have a First […]

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The sixth floor of Schermerhorn is rarely the place to be seen on a Wednesday night, but on her way up the stairs, Diana Clarke, Bwog’s Book Art Bureau Chief, was almost trampled by eager fans, many clutching comics, hurrying to claim seats. They were rushing to see Chris Claremont and Paul Levitz, the men who […]

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Butler Decorated!

In case you’ve been in Butler recently (though really, there’s no need for such rash behavior this early on in the semester), you may have noticed the new graphic novels exhibition in the 3rd floor display cases. The exhibition is designed to showcase Butler’s graphic novel collection, which apparently has over 1300 titles. It also […]

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