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Related Articles. Looking for More Great Reads? Download Hi Res. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. It's been very interesting to see. I admire the magazine enormously. I'm delighted to be associated with it. That is [overseen by] Francoise Mouly , and she's a sweetheart. She has a little trouble getting my stuff through, sometimes. I actually sort of dropped [doing covers] for a stretch. About two years. It wasn't a rejection or anything, I just faded away from it because she would solicit it, and for one thing or another, it wouldn't get through.
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So I thought, well, to hell with it. Then I went, well, to hell with the hell with it. Show a little guts, son. She's a first rate person. Is there a chance that one of these years we'll see a collection of the single panel comics that you've done for "The New Yorker" and other publications? Well, you couldn't top the "Playboy" books from Fantagraphics. I'll settle for that for the time being. They've got some other things they're going to do. I've been lucky. I really have nothing to complain about. I see all these sweet people, talented people. A lot of them strike me as being very promising, and I wouldn't be all surprised if they do very well indeed.
But for the bulk of them, it won't happen, as with any field. I have no complaints of any kind. I do feel quite humbled at my good fortune, because you see a lot of these people and it's sad because it's not going to work out. You look at their work and you can tell they've worked very hard at it and you would like for them to succeed. I'd have to make a list. There's a whole bunch of really good people out there doing good stuff. One thing about cartoonists, which I find very touching and sweet, is that I've never seen a bunch of artists who are less competitive.
They just don't think that way. The worst bunch, I think, are poets. The only thing I can figure is that you don't make any money in poetry, so most of them become involved in the academic world, which is worse than advertising. Many, many years ago, a number of friends who were also artists got involved in teaching art and they got into the academic world. I thought it must be interesting. I'll see all these intelligent, scholarly, interesting, well-informed people. And again and again, I was devastated. All this bickering and petty squabbles. It was just pathetic.
I've been in advertising and Hollywood, and they do not come close to the vitriol.
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But with cartoonists, it's not there at all. Not a trace. You see somebody new, you encourage them. You see someone old, you encourage them. Another thing which is never brought up or mentioned, but it's very intriguing, forever going back to the old days of "The New Yorker" and through now, as far as women and men cartoonists are concerned, there is no problem. None of this bullshit that's been plaguing almost every other endeavor or business, this war of the sexes. Not a trace of it in cartooning.
It just isn't there. It may be because we all have a sense of humor. I don't know what it is, but it's very interesting and it's nice. And if anybody talks about anybody else, it's in an encouraging fashion. It's like it would never cross their minds. It's kind of mysterious and sort of sweet. I have no explanation for it at all, except maybe it's because we all have a sense of humor.
That seems inadequate, but maybe it's true. It's always fun, whether I sell them or not. I'm fooling around with these anthologies the Fantagraphics people are doing. There are some various books at different stages. I did kids books way back when, and I've got a whole bunch of them I'm thinking about. There are some nice comics in collections that came out and have egged me on to do some more of those.
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Nuts, the weekly that along with arch-rival Zoo shook up the men's magazine market a decade ago but attracted criticism for their sexist portrayal of women, is to close.
IPC Media said on Monday that it had entered a day consultation with the 25 staff who work on the Nuts magazine and Nuts. Paul Williams, managing director of IPC's Inspire division, said: "After 10 years at the top of its market, we have taken the difficult decision to propose the closure of Nuts and exit the young men's lifestyle sector. IPC will provide impacted staff with all the support they need during the consultation process. Nuts launched in January , just ahead of Bauer Media's Zoo, and at the height of its popularity had an average weekly circulation of more than , However, both magazines have suffered years of sales decline, along with most other paid-for titles in the men's sector.
Nuts had a circulation of just over 53, in print in the second half of , according to the latest official ABC sales figures, plus nearly 9, digital editions.