So we were all unpaid extras. I fully expect we'll see a broad range of approaches that day."[4]. But I want to mention to Sid that Will Eisner did his graphic novel a contract with God when he was 60. The cartoonists were given free rein in how to treat the anniversary. 2017. I can't exactly say what was the most can I have cult. Comics about the September 11 attacks were published following the terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001, and cartoonists turned to art to express their grief and support for relief efforts. Questions? When you heard the idea, did you think it was going to work? And that's what I -- watching, sad he years later, watching the towers come down, my thought was, boy, you know, that was so much fun being in a movie and remake a king Kong, and it was like the first disaster at the world trade center. You're going to get your regular -- all your favorites will still be around. JACOBSON: I really -- Ernie and I had both started out at Harvey comics long years ago. And eventually we were going to head down to the Washington DC area for a small press comics expo. LASH: Well, I have a mixed answer for that. JACOBSON: Well, actually it wasn't as difficult as it may sound.

New episodes are ready weekday mornings so you can listen on your morning commute. "[4] Jim Borgman, co-creator of Zits agreed, "As a cartoonist we would have all been wondering 'Is it OK to deal with this topic in our work?' And we had a whole day planned. And this is like my payback. CAVANAUGH: Oh, I see. Information, download Browse the new comic books this week and add them to you pull list so you're notified when it's released.

I'm a little torn when the super heroes get involved with 911 and ring their hands over what had happened mainly because from the beginning, in every comic book, New Yorkers destroyed every month in comic books. It shows firefighters holding the end of a hose and the dog Grimm -- all of them eying a fire hydrant. Want more KPBS news?Find us on Twitter and Facebook, or sign up for our newsletters.

Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon, with a combined six decades of comics experience, were inspired to make "The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation," because they felt the information contained in the 9/11 Commission's report needed to be read and understood by more Americans. And Ernie very quickly and amazingly answered, sir, there were enough heroes there that day. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? Here are lists of comics about 9/11 from Wikipedia and Amazon.

LASH: Oh, no. Their efforts resulted in a remarkable work with Jacobson's text often following word for word the original report, and Colon"s art vividly recreating the events. Nearly every major comic strip in America's newspapers this Sunday will be devoted to … Immediately after this, every newspaper covered the story. In "Blondie," the Bumpsteds and their neighbors will salute a flag, under the words "Never Forget." So it's just odd for them to be upset about this when last month Gallactus destroyed Ohio. If you didn't pick up your local New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News on Sunday, all of the digital cartoons have been compiled on a single site for viewing, cartoonistsremember911.com. Acrobat Reader. Get the day's top news — ranging from local to international — straight to your inbox each weekday morning. CAVANAUGH: That's when they were remaking king Kong in 1976.

And you'll read them online for free, but you're going to want the printed edition once the story is wrapped up, with all the bells and whistles that wouldn't be available online. I settled the bill.

"When you look at this body of work, it is awesome, absolutely awesome, what they have done. LASH: No, not really because I thought there was -- oddly enough, when the towers came down, it's funny what you think of, so many crazy thoughts and everything happening. You did not include SnowSez… a VERY heartfelt tribute!!! Above: Two of the many comics that dealt with 9/11. And it will happen. Most of the time, readers turn to newspaper comics for a laugh. We start the week on Midday Edition with an unusual but widely circulated documentation of the events of 911, comic books or more accurately, graphic narratives have given illustrators and artists the ability to give their impressions of will attacks and has bright to like an already popular government report on the terrorist plot. You and fellow artist Ernie colon came up with the idea of translating the 911 report into a graphic narrative. Nearly every major comic strip in America's newspapers this Sunday will be devoted to the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. And descriptive work using comics and graphics of all sorts for telling stories, for basically reporting news, looking -- stressing teaching, I mean, things of all sorts. Jane Kellogg So they knew what to look for. And there was a gigantic 40-foot Styrofoam king Kong playing there with tons of people surrounding it. What about Big Nate?