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“We Need to Talk about Illness in a Way That’s Not Paternalistic”: Sloane Leong Talks to Josune Urrutia

Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison des Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke with Josune Arrutia about cancer, Susan Sontag, and the growing interest in what’s being called “graphic medicine.” Continue reading

 

“Once the Ink Was Done, That Was It, Tough Luck”: An Interview with Kat Verhoeven

Begun in 2012, Kat Verhoeven’s Meat and Bone has found its way to print this year. Alex Dueben spoke with Kat about the experience of bringing her webcomic to print, and what’s changed about her work over the last eight years. Continue reading

 

A Clyde Fans Roundtable

Seven comics scholars and Seth experts discuss the long-awaited, twenty-years-in-the-making complete collection of Seth’s Clyde Fans. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: In Waves

Check out a 26 page excerpt from AJ Dungo’s In Waves, released this week from Nobrow! Continue reading

 

“We Want to Become, But We Don’t Even Know Who We Are”: Sloane Leong Talks to Kathrine Avraam

Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke with Kathrine Avraam about exploring comics with modern technology hand in hand, loud music, and her hometown scene. Continue reading

 

Everett Raymond Kinstler, 1926-2019

Kinstler, who died Sunday at the age of 92, left an indelible mark through his work in comics and as the personal portraiture of several United States presidents. Continue reading

 

“I Call It Education By Stealth!” An Interview with Mary Talbot

Mary Talbot speaks to Nicholas Burman about her multiple graphic novels with Bryan Talbot in advance of their next collaboration, the climate change inspired Rain. Continue reading

 

“Time Is Not Enough”: Sloane Leong Talks to Pam-Pam Liu

Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke with Pam-Pam Liu about the comics scene in Taiwan, being “honest” and trying to balance the demands of a life spent drawing all the time. Continue reading