“I’m an Outsider Person”: The Carel Moiseiwitsch Interview

Moiseiwitsch drew dangerous comics. Prominently featuring murderous cops, third-world refugees, and war crimes hopscotching their way to our front door, her works were dangerous because they gave us the raw truth, seemingly drawn in dense black sauce. Continue reading


When Wolverine met Hemingway: Part 3

The Hemingway hunt resumes. Continue reading


The Vanessa Davis Interview

On the occasion of being awarded the Paris Review’s Terry Southern Prize for humor writing, Vanessa Davis spoke with Naomi Fry about autobiography, drawing, and management. Continue reading


An Interview with Joe Ollmann

The author of The Abominable Mr. Seabrook talks cannibalism, tree farms, and Canada. Continue reading


An Interview with Yvan Guillo/Samplerman

A quiet revolution in comics—as relates to its connection with fine art and design—is staged on the tumblr of Yvan Guillo, under the pen name of Samplerman. Using castaway imagery from comics—much of it found at free websites like the … Continue reading


Bernie Wrightson, 1948-2017

The contemporary comic book horror master has passed away. Continue reading


Skip Williamson, 1944-2017

Keep a Smile on Yer Lips: Born: August 19, 1944, San Antonio, Texas. Died: March 16, 2017, Albany, New York. Continue reading


An Interview with R. Sikoryak

R Sikoryak’s Terms and Conditions manages to compress half a century’s worth of required comics reading into the span of 104 pages, while simultaneously tethering it to this specific moment in time by using the newly infamous iTunes Terms and Conditions. … Continue reading