Mark Alan Stamaty on storytelling, cartoons, and his artist parents.

Monday, October 24, 2011

This week in the magazine, cartoonist Mark Alan Stamaty remembers growing up with two cartoonist parents. Here Blake Eskin talks with Stamaty about the shift from gag cartoons and the rise of undergound comics, and about what motivates his own work, be it a children's book or a political satire.


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