By Aaron Caycedo-Kimura 5 min read
Aaron Caycedo-Kimura, otherwise known as INFJoe, shares his illustrated survival guide for introverts attending a large social gathering.
By Tom Blunt 3 min read
It's not just about a lack of diversity in Hollywood; it's about exclusion. This and more in today's Daily Blunt.
By Jay A. Fernandez 6 min read
Bruce Eric Kaplan's memoir, I Was a Child, hits stores this week. We caught up with the writer-cartoonist to discuss childhood, The New Yorker, and artistic inspiration.
By David Burr Gerrard 4 min read
BEK, or Bruce Eric Kaplan, has been a longstanding New Yorker cartoonist. In 'I Was a Child,' he reflects on his family and his childhood.
By Cara Cannella 5 min read
'How About Never — Is Never Good For You?: My Life in Cartoons,' a new memoir by Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor of The New Yorker, brings traveling strangers together.
By Rachel Jacobs 2 min read
We're looking at cartoonish moments from Robert Zemeckis's 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit,' based on Gary K. Wolf's novel, 'Who Censored Roger Rabbit.'