Please join us for an upcoming Artist’s Talk: Christopher Sperandio, “Teaching Comics Making: The Comic Art Teaching and Study Workshop” Willis Library, 250H, Monday, November 13, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. This talk is free and open to the public.
At the end of July 2023, UNT hosted the annual Comics Studies Society Conference at the UNT Gateway Center. The conference included over 150 registered attendees, online and in-person, plus over a dozen artists, publishers, and libraries represented in the Artist’s Alley, which was open to the public. The conference was organized and hosted… Read more »
As of this Summer 2023, “Comics Studies” is now an official subject area in the UNT Libraries Public Services division, and John Martin has been designated as the subject librarian for comics studies. In addition to providing research, reference, and instructional support for patrons and courses at UNT, subject librarians help with collection development,… Read more »
Registration is now open for the 2023 Comics Studies Society Conference, “Comics on the Margins,” coming to UNT this summer (July 27-29, 2023) at the Gateway Center https://comicsstudies.org/2023-conference/
Please join the UNT Libraries for a Digital Scholarship & Comics Studies Event: Panels & Pixels: A Virtual Comics Exhibition Are you a comics fan, collector, or artist? We’d love to see some of your art or your collection and hear about why comics are an important part of your work, your classes, your hobbies,… Read more »
Among the many useful electronic databases and digital archival collections at the UNT Libraries are our Adam Matthew databases, some of which were only recently acquired. These databases are accessible online to UNT faculty, staff and students, using your EUID and password, or from a computer station inside the library. They provide access to thousands… Read more »
Today is Earth Day, and in keeping with that theme we present this story about a team of six cartoon owl superheroes—the Whobuddies—whose job is to save the Earth from environmental disasters and encourage humans to become heroes themselves by conserving and protecting our precious natural resources.
For those doing research at the UNT Libraries, there are several ways to access all of our Comics Studies materials. Some of these, like our electronic databases, ebooks, and e-journals, are restricted to UNT students, faculty, and staff. Others, like our physical collections, digital libraries, and online guides, can be used by anyone. And… Read more »