Wednesday, March 16th, 2011 | 5 Comments
Canadian cartoonist Diana Tamblyn‘s stories draw on the personal and historical in a way that is both immediate and touching. Whether she’s recounting one man’s quest to re-create a World War 1 canon, or her first experiences as a new mother, Tamblyn’s focus is always on the human aspect: the character’s perspectives and experiences.
Her crisp black and white artwork is incredibly expressive, complementing her direct and intimate approach to storytelling.
Tamblyn, who has been publishing comics for over a decade, mostly in mini-comics format, is now working on a full length graphic novel “From Earth to Babylon: The Story of Gerald Bull and the Supergun.”
S&TM: Many thanks to Diana Tamblyn for sending us such wonderful comics!
All images © 2011 Diana Tamblyn.