Augmented reality may change entertainment as we know it. For Snapchat, the revolution starts with 15-second cartoons.
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Digital comics. New apps. More interactivity. Here’s what technology has done to the comic books industry.
In his half-century at Mad, Mr. Meglin became the chief barometer of whether the magazine’s humor had gone too far — or not far enough.
Wong Ping says he had not heard of the Guggenheim two years ago. Now his video stars in a show, depicting Hong Kong’s precarious relationship with China.
In “Love That Bunch,” a retrospective of Aline Kominsky-Crumb’s work, we see a more content woman emerge. Though she is still brutally honest.
Chris and Shannon Prynoski started out making T-shirts. Now, they are immersed in pop culture.
The musical based on the Nickelodeon cartoon picked up 12 Tony nominations, in another sign of the character’s persistent cultural relevance.
Mr. Holmes, a comedian, has a broad range of tastes, from his own painting of comic book reconciliation to a photograph of Joseph Campbell.
Maximilian Uriarte attributes his success with “Terminal Lance” to accuracy and raw material from his loyal fans.
Olivia Jaimes, the latest cartoonist and first woman to draw “Nancy,” has brought earbuds, Snapchat filters and apps into the venerable character’s world.