Onur Tukel conjures up a comic strip about his new film, Black Magic for White Boys, and the present moment in this country.
The day before his debut directorial feature comes out, Shaw shares a cine-centric comic from his latest book, Cosplayers: Perfect Collection.
Filmmaker and cartoonist Onur Tukel attempts to unpack the most profound movie ever made about farting (and a bunch of other stuff).
He also drew some pictures to (literally) illustrate his thoughts on standout track, “True Love Waits.”
The indie writer-director (and also illustrator) puts his thoughts on the latest Marvel movie extravaganza into graphic form.
It's not always easy to precisely explain why you love a truly great film. (Especially if you're a cat.) But you embrace the struggle, right?
The amateur cartoonist is taking his “van doodles” project to the Talkhouse’s Instagram for one day only.
Hot tip: do not go to a Lars Von Trier movie on your first date.
Our cartoonist relays a shattering tale of humiliation and shame, as told by the brilliant indie stalwart and former Big Black leader Steve Albini.
Sometimes it takes an act of great creativity and originality to write intelligently about a film that lacks creativity and originality...