Author Archives: Greg Hunter

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Episode 16: Eddie Campbell (Part I)

On this episode, Eddie Campbell (Alec, Bacchus, From Hell) discusses the March trilogy, the early sports-page cartoonists, and much more. Continue reading

 

Episode 15: Trungles

Trungles is a comics artist whose work is engaged with folklore, mythology, and vintage illustration, and who is included in the Mirror Mirror 2 anthology. In this episode, he talks Carolyn Nowak, Harry Clarke, Watchmen, and picture books. Continue reading

 

Episode 14: Anders Nilsen

Nilsen (the upcoming A Walk in Eden) discusses Chester Brown, Daniel Higgs, and the art of the live comic reading. Poetry may be useless but this podcast is very good! Continue reading

 

“I Don’t Think About It. I Just Do It.”: Catching up with Gilbert Hernandez

If ‘Los Bros Hernandez’ didn’t already include Jaime and Mario, the term would still be a suitable nickname for Gilbert, who sometimes appears to be doing the work of multiple cartoonists. Continue reading

 

Episode 13: MariNaomi

The Turning Japanese creator talks Mardou’s Sky in StereoBloom County, Cheryl Strayed, and much more. Plus, a fond farewell to a fan-favorite question. Continue reading

 

Episode 12: Anna Bongiovanni

Discussing Manic Pixie Nightmare Girls!, Bread and Wine, Kiki Smith, and so much more. Continue reading

 

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

 

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