Paul Morton

Paul Morton recently received his PhD from the Department of Comparative Literature, Cinema and Media at the University of Washington. He is currently working on a manuscript based on his dissertation on the Zagreb School of animation, as well as a critical study on Jules Feiffer.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Evening Wood

Paul Morton reviews "Cons De Fée: The Erotic Art of Wallace Wood," out now from Fantagraphics....


The Playboy Funnies: Hefner Editing Feiffer
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