Author Archives: Alex Dueben

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An Oral History of Wimmen’s Comix Part 2

The contributors and editors of Wimmen’s Comix discuss the history of the anthology and of women in the underground. Part 2 of 2. Continue reading

 
The contributors to “It Ain’t Me, Babe”: Far left, Meredith Kurtzman; standing from left, Carole, Peggy White, Michelle Brand, Willy Mendes; sitting from left, Trina Robbins and Lisa Lyons; far right, Nancy Kalish, a.k.a Panzika, a.k.a Hurricane Nancy.

An Oral History of Wimmen’s Comix Part 1

If Zap Comix #1 kicked off the underground comix movement, then over the two decades of its run, Wimmen’s Comix played a key role in shaping the generations of cartoonists that followed. This was a publication that was explicitly political, … Continue reading

 
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An Interview with Samandal

Speaking with the editors of the Lebanese comics anthology Samandal, three of whom were recently found guilty of inciting sectarian strife, denigrating religion, publishing false news, and defamation and slander. Continue reading

 
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An Interview with Tom Palmer

A veteran inker looks back. Continue reading

 
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The Sophie Goldstein Interview

A chat with the author of The Oven. Continue reading

 
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The Miss Lasko-Gross Interview

Miss Lasko-Gross’s new book, Henni, is out now from Z2 Comics, and is a departure in many respects from her previous books. Continue reading

 
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The Mana Neyestani interview

An interview with the author of the graphic memoir An Iranian Metamorphosis, which has just been published in the United States by Uncivilized Books. Continue reading

 
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Checking in with Dean Mullaney

Talking Corto Maltese and Alex Raymond with the editor of the Library of American Comics. Continue reading

 
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