Starting in 1991, Evan Dorkin's characters, Milk and Cheese, were an extension of the punk ethos into the grunge era and became a cult expression of furious, hilarious rage. "Dairy Products Gone Bad!" we are warned each time we read a Milk and Cheese comic. And indeed they are, in the best of ways. ... More >>
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From his Potrero Hill studio, Larry Gonick is telling the history of the universe in a series of ... comic books. And behold, they were good.
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As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad