Author Archives: Michel Fiffe

George Freeman

According to Fiffe, George Freeman’s got it all–but don’t let a blurb convince you. Fiffe’s got the man’s actual work here to make the case! Continue reading

 

Baron and Messner-Loebs’ Flash

Fiffe had a Flash itch, and like any real comics fan, there’s only one true Flash: Wally West, the fastest IRS employee in the history of American taxation. Continue reading

 

Vince Giarrano

Some people shake off their cocoon slowly, while others incinerate it in glorious, immediate flame. Michel Fiffe returns to make the case that the latter description fits Vince Giarrano. Continue reading

 

Simonson’s Fantastic Four

Michel Fiffe’s wandering eye makes its way to the pages of Walt Simonson’s run on Marvel’s Fantastic Four. Continue reading

 

One-Artist Anthology Comics

As if it weren’t enough that comics are the domain of the obsessive control freak, there is a cartooning sect that perfectly defines the creative mania responsible for some of our greatest works: the one-artist anthology. This is its history. Continue reading

 

“We Want Comics To Survive”: The Jason Latour Interview

Talking comics (and industry politics) with the impressive artist/writer behind The Expatriate, Battle Pope: Wrath of God, and Loose Ends. Continue reading

 
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