“I Think We’re All Scrambling”: An Interview With Gene Luen Yang

Gene Luen Yang catches Alex up on two of his most recent comics: the sports & teaching memoir, Dragon Hoops and the retro title for DC, Superman Smashes The Klan. Continue reading


Remembering Richard Sala

Richard Sala’s editor and longtime friend, Fantagraphics Associate Publisher Eric Reynolds looks back at the experience of working with the artist, who passed away unexpectedly last month. Continue reading


Morgan Vogel, 1986-2020

Morgan Vogel, a cartoonist known for her distinctively intelligent work, went missing on April 8th. She was found dead Sunday, May 24th, at age 34. Today, a group of her friends and artistic collaborators reminisce. Continue reading


There’s No “I” In “Team”. There Is An “I” In “Win”. – This Week’s Links

Clark’s link round up of comics news is here, and there was a ton of it this week–you know what to do, click friendly readers! Continue reading


Art & Quarantine: Beatrice Alemagna

Cynthia catches up with artist Beatrice Alemagna about how she’s been managing her time at home, how it has impacted her work methods, and her uneasy relationship with “social” media. Continue reading


Art In Quarantine: Julia Gfrörer

Julia Gfrörer talks to Alex Dueben about how the current pandemic has impacted her creative schedule, and what routines she’s using to cope with our new state of affairs. Continue reading


“These Are People Who Are Driving Manga in a Direction for the Future”: An Interview with the Editors of Glaeolia

Venture inside the newest anthology of small-press Japanese comics in the company of its editors! Preview images! Anecdotes about licensing! Explanatory notes! EVERYTHING. Continue reading


Checkpoints Go Up At 15 Miles – This Week’s Links

It’s Friday, a holiday weekend is on the way, and Clark has all the comics news, reviews and things that may give you the blues to fill up the hours. Get to clicking! Continue reading