Ron Rege Jr. talks to Jay Babcock about the rich mixtures of ideas and references embedded in his new book, The Cartoon Utopia, encompassing everything from Nicola Tesla to Yoko Ono. Continue reading
Keiji Nakazawa, renowned throughout the world as the creator of Barefoot Gen, a first-hand account of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, died on December 19th in Hiroshima, Japan. Continue reading
The cartoonist and publisher of Uncivilized Books talks about starting his own publishing company, advertising, his interest in fake history, politics, and why he draws so many faces in his sketchbooks. Continue reading
Catching up with the artists of Love and Rockets. Continue reading
About photography, comics, and (mostly) Eddie Campbell. Continue reading
Born March 2, 1940 in Buffalo, New York. Died November 28, 2012 in San Francisco, California.
Words of appreciation from Bill Griffith, Gary Panter, Trina Robbins, Carol Tyler, Joe Sacco, Justin Green, R. Crumb, Lorraine Chamberlain, Art Spiegelman, Gary Groth, Kim Deitch, and others, with more to come. Continue reading