Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Richard Thompson 1957-2016
– Nick Galifianakis
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
"Scratchy sketchbook drawings, doodlings, exquisite caricatures and humorous paintings": Reviewing Richard Thompson's last books
International Journal of Comic Art blog August 10, 2016
This review will appear in print in the Spring/Summer 2016 IJOCA issue later this summer.
Monday, August 8, 2016
Richard Thompson, creator of the comic strip Cul de Sac, passed away from complications of Parkinson's disease this summer. Learn more about this Reuben Award-winning artist through a screening of the 2014 documentary The Art of Richard Thompson and a presentation on Thompson's background and accomplishments by one of the late cartoonist's friends.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
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Saturday, August 6, 2016
'Cul de Sac' creator Richard Thompson, a charming man who made charming art [in print as A charming creator of charming art].
Lewis Sorley, Potomac
Washington Post August 6 2016, p. A11
Thursday, August 4, 2016
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Dancing on the Manhole Cover: The Genius of Richard Thompson
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
If you'd like to help others with Parkinson's in honor of Richard, you can donate to Team Cul de Sac, part of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.
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Monday, August 1, 2016
Sunday, July 31, 2016
RIP, Richard Thompson: How the artist extends to us the hand of profound wit and humanity
Washington Post Comic Riffs blog July 31 2016
Friday, July 29, 2016
By Jerry Gidner, Encore Stage & Studio Board of Directors
These are the Richard Thompson masterpieces we'll most remember him by
Washington Post Comic Riffs July 29 2016
The early Thompson - Science fiction fandom art
July 29, 2016
We compiled a lot of art that wasn't used in The Art of Richard Thompson book. Here's some raw scans of a selection of it. Richard's earliest published works were in the convention program for the local sci-fi con Disclave, and the fanzine Science Fiction Eye....
Both Stacy and Dave knew Richard - Stacy worked on Cul de Sac with him, and Dave interviewed him at length for a documentary.
Rest in Peace, Richard Thompson
Dave Kellett's Sheldon comic
Thursday, July 28, 2016
ComicsDC's Mike Rhode:A short personal remembrance of Richard Thompson
Brian Fies: Richard Thompson
ICv2: R.I.P. RICHARD THOMPSON
Donna Lewis: So many words. So few words.
Washington Post's Michael Cavna's online obituary
Heroes Con: THANK YOU RICHARD THOMPSON
John Martz: A Cartoonist Remembers His Hero, Cul de Sac’s Richard Thompson
Stacy Curtis: Rest in Peace, Richard Thompson
Dave Kellett's Sheldon comic
Scoop: In Memoriam: Richard Thompson
A Certain Line: When the laughter stops
Washington Post's Michael Cavna: These are the Richard Thompson masterpieces we’ll most remember him by
David Malki: RIP: Richard Thompson, creator of “Cul de Sac”
Encore Stage: Remembering Richard Thompson, Creator of Cul de Sac
Cartoonist Richard Thompson Dies of Parkinson's Disease by Peter Dunlap-Shohl
RIP, Richard Thompson: How the artist extends to us the hand of profound wit and humanity By Michael Cavna
Comics Journal: Tributes to Richard Thompson - Craig Fischer and Warren Bernard and Charles Hatfield
Mike Lynch: Richard Thompson 1957-2016
John Gallagher's tribute cartoon for Richard Thompson
Life Without Richard Thompson by Anton Scamvougeras
Comics Journal: Dancing on the Manhole Cover: The Genius of Richard Thompson by Phil Nel
Comics Journal: Obituary by Andrew Farago
ComicsDC: Claire Rhode on Remembering Mr. Richard
RIP Richard Thompson by Dana Jeri Maier
Donna Lewis' Reply All tribute
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Local acclaimed illustrator dies at 58Ellison Barber, WUSA July 27, 2016
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Heroes Con 2011: Richard Thompson A Celebration
Richard Thompson: A Celebration
Is Cul-De Sac the best comic strip being published today?
Perhaps, but one thing is for certain, it is the best drawn and the
funniest. Okay, that's two things. Please join Mike Rhode and
some fellow strip creators as we sit down and examine the art of Mr.
Thompson. In addition to discussing craft and daily deadlines, we will
see if Richard can provide any insight as to whether poor Petey will
make it through the entire soccer season without having a psychotic
breakdown. Ahhh, total Bliss (haven).
With Craig Fischer and Team Cul de Sac's Chris Sparks.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Today we lost Mell Lazarus, not only a LEGEND in cartooning but a contributor to Team Cul de Sac.
Mell was such an icon in cartooning that I was always nervous to look at him. It was like looking into the Sun. He was just a star and everyone orbited around him. A true sweetheart.
Mell called me back in 2011 and said that he had lunch with Cathy Guisewite and she had told him about TCDS. He wanted to contribute and I was thrilled.
Thank you and much love Mell,
Chris, Richard, Mike and the whole TCDS gang.
Please read more about him at the links below.
From Page to Stage: How Cul de Sac Was Adapted Into a Play
Playwright Amy Thompson and Encore Theater's Sara Duke talks about adapting the hit Washington Post comic strip.
Friday, May 6, 2016
Monday, April 4, 2016
Hi everyone. This past weekend we had a great drink and draw at SC COMICCON! We raised almost $1500 bucks for Team Cul de Sac! Thanks to Rob Young and everyone at the show! We had a blast!
Now to look forward to June. This will be our 6th annual Drink and Draw at Heroescon. It happens of on the evening June 17th. I will have the exact time and place for you soon!
Here is what we need to make the big bucks. Art from you!
Yes, we will be at the show at a booth.
Yes, we will have artist who can sit with me and can draw on the spot!
Yes, you can drop off the art at the show if you are attending the show.
Yes, we accept original comic book or strip art.
Yes, we take signed or limited edition books.
Yes, we love to have amazing original art made for the event.
Yes, we will take cash donations at the event.
Yes, we will have signed Richard Thompson books.
Yes, we have a few items left signed by Bill Watterson.
Yes, you can buy us drinks at the event. :)
Yes you can send us more than one item.
Yes, our email is firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you information to where to send the art. I need the art by the 10th of June.
Yes, we will kick Parkisnson's, with your help.
No, you can't donate too much awesome art.
Sunday, February 21, 2016
The book is now out of print because we're adding to it and will have an actual publisher. Look for the 2nd edition of the book in Summer 2016 from Lost Art Books. Any profits from the book will continue to go to Team Cul de Sac.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Friday, February 5, 2016
We're pleased to announce that we (aka The Thompsons) are just about to sign the contract with Picture This Press for them to publish the grandly-themed Richard Thompson Library. Compleating Cul de Sac version 2.0 is being expanded by editor Rhode and designer Bono Mitchell with more interviews, more Thompson art and more Team Cul de Sac art, even as we type. Any profits from this book will continue to be sent to the Michael J. Fox Foundation to fund Parkinson's research, as we had arranged to do with the first edition.
The draft of The Incompleat Art of Why Things Are with an introduction by Joel Achenbach is in the hands of the publisher who's working with his designer on the book. Scott Stewart is continuing to work on a new collection of caricatures.