Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 3, 2004 - 22:00
Ted Rall may be the most provocative cartoonist working today. The hardest-hitting editorial cartoonist is syndicated nationwide by Universal Press Syndicate. He also pens a weekly opinion column. If you don't get Rall in a nearby newspaper you can read much of Rall's work on his website.
Now is your chance to send a question to Rall. We'll take the top ten moderated questions and send them off to be answered. One question per post please. The deadline for questions is October 15th.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 24, 2004 - 23:02
An interview with Ted Rall. Love or hate Rall he pulls no punches. If every editorial/political cartoons in America were as bracing as Rall we would all pay more attention to the form.
Rob Balder has been delighting webcomics readers, readers of independent newspapers, convention-goers, and booklovers for several years now with his Partially Clips. He paused long enough in a busy schedule to answer ten questions at some length – with his observations on the current state and future of webcomics, of his trials and tribulations in book publishing, and what started him on this path... and his plans for the future.
Submitted by David Wright on May 5, 2004 - 09:51
A comic from controversial cartoonist Ted Rall that questioned Pat Tillman's status as a hero was pulled from MSNBC.com. The full story at Editor and Publisher can be found here. The comic itself can be found here. Thanks to the Toontalk forum for the link.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on March 10, 2004 - 12:12
Rall believes The New York Times website stopped running his editorial cartoons this week because it was tired of dealing with e-mail campaigns from conservatives who don't like his work.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 20, 2004 - 22:13
More photos from 2003 SPXPo
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on November 17, 2003 - 17:12
The Ted Rall edited Attitude anthology of opinionated cartoonists is back with a second installment. Attitude 2: The New Subversive Social Commentary Cartoonists is apparently at the printers and will be relased in February 2004.
Included in Attitude 2 are webcomic-friendly cartoonists such as: Shannon Wheeler, Devid Rees, Stephen Notley, and Kevin Moore.
Stephen Notley planted his first comic seeds the mid 90s while drawing weekly strips for the University of Alberta's Gateway (a student newspaper that managed to churn out not only Notley's work, but also Cigarro & Cerveja, Deathworld, and the now-defunct but fondly-remembered Space Moose all in the same span of time). It did not take him or his comic idea about a disgruntled sentient weed â€“ umm, sorry â€“ flower to take root and bloom brightly in the still-Edenic Garden of Webcomics. Now already releasing his fourth book, the creator of Bob The Angry Flower can be seen on the comic convention circuit sporting large yellow petals on his head and pollinating truths about life, the universe, and political everythings as only an angry, petal-bedecked person could.