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“I Was This Era’s Cassandra All Along”: A Q&A with Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis has been one of the most prolific comics writers of the last twenty years, and he’s spent the last few years working on any manner of different books. John Maher caught up with him about the books that most recently escaped his pen.  Continue reading

 

French Abstract Formalist Comics (French Structural Comics): An Artistic Movement

In the mid-2010s, a group of young French artists began creating wordless comics with geometric and minimalist style and little or no narrative. What they show instead is more of a “process.” Continue reading

 

“Your Own Terms At Your Own Pace”: An Interview with David Nuss

Dave Nuss spoke with Alex Dueben about the ups, downs, lefts and rights of Revival House Press, and what the future looks like for the respected micro-publisher. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Gary Thompson

Dead Reckoning’s Gary Thompson speaks about the war comics they just published, the war comics they’ve got coming, and what they like about war comics in general. Continue reading

 

Comic Horror: The Work of Junji Ito

Junji Ito’s horror comics amass readers, acclaim, and fascination. Austin Price takes a look at his influences to answer the question of why. Continue reading

 

“I Spent Seven Years in the Belly of the Beast”: An Interview with Jamal Igle

We talk to the Molly Danger and Dragonflyman artist about rethinking his career, getting older, why historical sales numbers may be misleading, and getting into arguments on Twitter. Continue reading

 

New Publisher Dead Reckoning Tries a Big Entrance to the War Genre

Daniel Schindel takes a look at two of the launch titles from Dead Reckoning, the Naval Institute Press’ new comics imprint, to see what they have to say about war. Continue reading

 

Painting the Town with Brecht Evens

We catch up with the Flemish artist after the publication of his fifth major book, which is also the subject of an exhibition in Paris opening this Thursday. Continue reading