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A Brandon Graham Interview

The King City and Multiple Warheads artist talks about childhood, manga, graffiti, porn, Meathaus, Vertigo, New York city bars, Tokyopop, and surviving cancer. Continue reading

 
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SDCC 2011: Art of the Graphic Novel Panel

Cartoonists including Chester Brown, Seymour Chwast, Eric Drooker, Joyce Farmer, and Craig Thompson talk about the graphic novel medium. Continue reading

 
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Marvel/Disney’s Win Against Jack Kirby Heirs Not About Fairness

Copyright attorney Marc Toberoff’s winning streak on behalf of comics creators collided with the Southern District Court of New York’s streak of publisher-friendly, work-for-hire rulings last week and the losers were Jack Kirby’s heirs. Continue reading

 
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SDCC 2011: Page One Panel

Douglas Wolk moderates Carla Speed McNeil (Finder), Jen Van Meter (Hopeless Savages) and Greg Rucka (Stumptown) as they talk about first pages of comics. Filmed by Justin Bloch. Continue reading

 
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SDCC 2011: Hernandez Bros. Spotlight Panel

Gilbert, Jaime and Mario Hernandez talk about Love & Rockets and Citizen Rex; moderated by Kristy Valenti. Continue reading

 
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SDCC 2011: 50 Years of Comic Book Fandom Panel

Mark Evanier moderates Jean Bails, Paul Levitz, Dick and Pat Lupoff, Richard Kyle, Bill Schelly, Roy Thomas and Maggie Thompson as they discuss the origins and history of comics fandom. Continue reading

 
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The Jesse Reklaw Interview

Catching up with the author of Applicant, Slow Wave, and Ten Thousand Things to Do… Continue reading

 
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How Censorship Won: The Final Victory of the Comics Code

Just a few months after the Comics Code met its less than grisly fate, the U.S. Supreme Court cited the anti-comics crusade of the 1950s as an example of misguided censorship. Continue reading