Author Archives: Jim Keefe

About Jim Keefe

Jim Keefe is the current artist of the Sally Forth comic strip, he is also the writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip - both available at ComicsKingdom.com. A graduate of the Joe Kubert School, Keefe likewise teaches Comic Art. Teaching and speaking engagements include SVA in Manhattan, Hofstra’s UCCE Youth Programs, The University of Minnesota and most recently the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Sally Forth Shout Out To…Sally Forth?

With all the cosplay in this summer’s Sally Forth storyline, I thought I’d put in an Easter Egg in reference to last year’s summer escapade. Take note of the cosplay in the foreground of the first panel for the Sally … Continue reading

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Sally Forth Cosplay – 7/12/2018

More Cosplay in the July 12, 2018 Sally Forth strip. Storm from the X-men, Goku from Dragon Ball Z, Black Panther, Steve from Minecraft, Elastigirl and a Battle of the Planets t-shirt thrown in for good measure. And here’s the … Continue reading

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Comic Art Classes – MCAD Summer 2018

This summer I’ve been teaching Cartooning and Comic Art over at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design as part of their Continuing Education Youth Programs. Here’s some pics from The Comic Creation I class. And here’s some pics from … Continue reading

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Shout Out to Jerry Craft

Spotlight on writer/illustrator Jerry Craft! Jerry is an African American Literary Award winner (five times no less) and cofounder of the Schomburg Center’s Annual Black Comic Book Festival. In addition to his numerous graphic novels and books he’s illustrated, Jerry … Continue reading

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Steve Ditko RIP 1927-2018

In remembrance of Steve Ditko, here’s one of the most flawless and iconic pieces of sequential art ever produced – Spider-Man’s origin from Amazing Fantasy #15. These are the originals currently residing at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. … Continue reading

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