Author Archives: Greg Hunter

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Episode 11: Dean Haspiel

The cartoonist behind The Quitter and Beef with Tomato talks the dual impacts of Jack Kirby and Prince, as well as his new serial, The Red Hook. Continue reading

 
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Episode 10: Lane Milburn

Milburn (Twelve Gems) discusses halting his Vice strip Envoy, a ‘lazy river’ theory of comics-making, the Closed Caption Comics group, and polarizing creators from R. Crumb to Frank Miller. Continue reading

 
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Episode 9: Anya Davidson

the creator of School Spirits and Band for Life (as well as a Kramers Ergot 9 contributor)–talks Lauren Weinstein, Slug and Lettuce, The Sculptor, and more. Continue reading

 
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Episode 8: Gabrielle Bell

Bell discusses Ulli Lust, This Dog Barking, and getting good advice from some surprising sources. All this and a cameo from Aidan Koch! Continue reading

 
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Episode 7: Inés Estrada

Inés Estrada talks Amanda Vähämäki, Crumb, and Bryan Lee O’Malley. Plus, a brief preview of 2016 in comics. Continue reading

 
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Episode 6: Dylan Horrocks (HOLIDAY SPECIAL)

In this double-sized holiday edition, Dylan Horrocks discusses the magic of Tove Jansson, the problems of late-period Eisner, and the troubled legacy of Dave Sim. All that, and a special guest drops by! Continue reading

 
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Episode 5: Sammy Harkham

On the fifth installment of Comic Book Decalogue, the Crickets #5 creator talks Edward Hopper and the evolution of Kramers Ergot. Continue reading

 
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“As Radical as I Might Ever Have Hoped”: Jonathan Lethem on The Best American Comics 2015

The novelist discusses issues involved in editing the new Best American Comics anthology, a book full of varied, provocative feats of cartooning, and the most delightfully strange comics collection pitched at the casual comics audience in recent memory. Continue reading

 
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