Author Archives: Greg Hunter

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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


“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


Episode 4: Ed Luce, 2DCloud

Talking to the creator of Wuvable Oaf, and the team behind publisher 2D Cloud. Continue reading


Episode 3: Yumi Sakugawa

Yumi Sakugawa (I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You, Ikebana) talks meditation, Megahex, and linework as handwriting. Continue reading

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Episode 2: Caitlin Skaalrud

On the second installment of Comic Book Decalogue, cartoonist Caitlin Skaalrud (Houses of the Holy) talks mermaids, art school, and Midwestern border feuds. Continue reading


Episode 1: Josh Simmons

On the debut installment of Comic Book Decalogue, cartoonist Josh Simmons (Black River, The Furry Trap) answers ten questions about formative comics, bad decisions, his parents, and more. Continue reading

A page from "Vacation Time", as reprinted in The Pixilated Parrot.

Leading Duck: An Interview with Peter Schilling about Carl Barks

An interview with the writer of Carl Barks’ Duck, in which the author discusses comics as “paper movies,” Carl Barks’s place in the canon, and his personal distaste for Uncle Scrooge Continue reading


“It Was a Complete Revolution for Me”: A Conversation with Jules Feiffer

On the publication of Kill My Mother, which is being marketed as his first original graphic novel, the legendary cartoonist talks about noir, politics, the state of comics, and the tyranny of drawing backgrounds. Continue reading

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