Hogan’s Alley – Win Free Art

I’m pleased to announce that I will be contributing to Hogan’s Alley, beginning with issue #16, as their comic book columnist.


The magazine only comes out about once a year, but it’s worth reading when it does. It’s diversely interesting, with deep features on the oddest subjects related to cartooning. I was sent a couple of sample issues (including #15, shown right) when I started, and I found myself lost in reading them.

Their latest online newsletter has a special offer: Subscribe to the magazine and you have the chance to win original art.

Next issue, we will be randomly inserting pieces of original comic art into subscriber copies of Hogan’s Alley #16. (We are deep into production of the issue, which will be published later this year.) June Brigman has generously offered Hogan’s Alley subscribers a couple dozen originals from her strip, “Brenda Starr,” autographed by her and Roy Brigman, her inker and letterer (and husband). The art is lovely, and it’s on two-ply Bristol board, suitable for framing. You can subscribe in time to receive issue #16 and to have chance to win a Brigman original.

Alternately, for $3, they will send you a random issue to sample (offer at the same link).

4 Responses to “Hogan’s Alley – Win Free Art”

  1. Ed Sizemore Says:

    Congrats on the column. Hogan’s Alley is a great and well-respected magazine.

  2. Nat Gertler Says:

    Congrats on the new gig. It’s a good mag that one can really bring an idiosyncratic view to.

    –The old HA comics columnist

  3. Johanna Says:

    I’ll do my best to live up to your sterling example, Nat! I’m honored to follow you.

  4. Nat Gertler Says:

    Thanks, but I don’t think you’ll have any trouble quickly outshining me!




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