A brief look at the all-ages experimental graduate program currently ongoing at the Stump Farm of CATROIT, MICHIGAN.
Nestled deep in the stump farm—which is in full bloom and lovely this time of year, really—our adventure scholars are working hard on international data translation (Finnish to English; German to English) as well as a new collaborative comics work, tentatively named The Marshmallow Drop. Please peruse it, below, at the hands of Emmi, Emmy, and Sheika! […]
Throwing aside our historic preference for program planning, organization, and all general principals of fairness, the Adventure School for Ladies’ Third Mysterious Term accidentally started over the weekend at CATROIT, MICHIGAN, a small institution located in Detroit, MI recently awarded an Adventure School administrator in recognition of her work in comics. The sudden opportunity to furtively […]
Unfortunately, at this time, the Adventure School for Ladies must publicly state that the rumored Third Term of Adventure School lost a key supporter this week, which would have allowed us to offer housing, teaching facilities, and food to our students for a greatly reduced rate, in a top-secret but very exciting location. We are […]
Hello Nascent Adventure Scholars, You are probably here because you have caught wind of the circulating rumors regarding a Summer 2015 Adventure Shool Program, perhaps to be held in a top-secret location. Well it is certainly true that these rumors have been floating around, that much we can confirm. While we have done our best to […]
Krystal DiFronzo did sort of amazing thing with this piece: assigned a piece of theory by Charlotte Perkins Gilman to translate into a four-page comic, she combined it with a piece by Ursula K Le Guin, took out all the words, and did some two color amazingness that still gets across the intentions of the originals, […]
One of Franny Howes’ contributions to Hand Job was this teeny gag panel. Of course, the challenge of working with really damning statistics in the gag panel format is that, really, they’re just not going to be funny. Unless you can completely recreate the world against which they can be viewed, in one teeny panel. […]