“Hopefully You Reach a Few People Here and There”: A David Collier Interview

David Collier’s work is much too personal, much too idiosyncratic to pass as straightforward nonfiction. His latest, Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey, is no exception, and possibly his best book to date. Here he discusses the book, being edited, the military, trains, and many other topics. Continue reading


Excerpt: Bloodstrike Brutalists

An exclusive preview of Michel Fiffe’s upcoming series for Image Comics, Bloodstrike: Brutalists. Continue reading


Fear of a Black Panther

In 2010, 36 years after its release, the story “Panther’s Rage” was collected and reprinted for the first time. David Brothers and Tucker Stone took it all in. Continue reading


“A Total Space:” The Antoine Cossé Interview

Cartoonist Antoine Cossé discusses his recent releases, drawing driving, communication and how to make a “shared universe” interesting. Continue reading


Excerpt: Good News Bible

An excerpt of the politically charged, hallucinatory, Jack Kirby-infused punk cartoons that Shaky Kane brought to Deadline magazine decades ago. Continue reading


“I Never Felt Like I Had A Style”: An Interview with Charles Forsman

There’s a part of me that wants to constantly relive that because when you’re a teenager your emotions are so raw. You think you have everything figured out, but you’re also so lost and frustrated. I just find it fascinating, and I’m trying to organize that time of my life on paper. Continue reading


“That’s Just What My Life Looks Like”: A Tommi Parrish Interview

Upon the release of The Lie and How We Told It, Tommi Parrish talks about bookmaking, working at Outback Steakhouse, and the Australian comics scene. Continue reading


“I’m Very Low-Key About It”: Katie Skelly And Alex de Campi

But this is what has pushed me into the arms of prose fiction: I am so tired of producing graphic novels. I’ll never leave comics. It’ll be more like a shared custody thing… but since I made the choice to split my time it’s made me a lot happier. Continue reading