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“The Paper Was The Place Where We Could Play”: An Interview With Simon Grennan

Dr. Simon Grennan talks with Nicholas Burman about his work in comics, and how that work drew him and his collaborators to the work of graphic medicine, exemplified in the recent publication “Parables of Care”. Continue reading

 

The Ernie Colón Interview

In this 2007 interview, Ernie Colón talks to Kent Worcester about working for Harvey, Warren, DC, Marvel and his collaborations with Sid Jacobson going back to the 1970s. Continue reading

 

Ernie Colón: July 13, 1931 – August 8, 2019

Ringgenberg remembers Ernie Colón, an artist who worked in virtually every comics genre but is best known for his work on Harvey characters such as Richie Rich and his nonfiction “documentary style” graphic works. Continue reading

 

Bad Scene, Everyone’s Fault (This Week’s Links)

The week that was, the comics it saw, via Mister Ryan Flanders! Continue reading

 

I Feel Like We Don’t Meaningfully Have Much Of An “Underground” Right Now”: An Interview With Evan Dahm

Evan Dahm talks to Sloane Leong about the exciting sprawl his career in comics has taking, from successful webcomics to series work with publishers, all while struggling against the traditional expectations of what a “story” is supposed to be. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: The Backstage Of A Dishwashing Webshow

Check out a 17 page excerpt from Keren Katz’ The Backstage of a Dishwashing Webshow, coming this fall from Secret Acres. Continue reading

 

Twin Mirrors and More: Viktor Hachmang At Landfill

Oliver Ristau takes a look at three books from Viktor Hachmang, released over the last few years by one of the most exciting and experimental publishers of recent memory, Landfill Editions. Continue reading

 

“I Did It The Other Way Around”: An Interview With Joan Steacy

For her first foray into the artform, Joan Steacy went long–a 250 page graphic novel, detailing a semi-fictionalized account of her life. Today, she’s speaking with Alex Dueben about her life, her unusual background, and the variety of real life people who appear in Aurora Borealice. Continue reading