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“Simplifying Is My Thing”: Sloane Leong Talks To Giorgia Marras

Cartoonist and critic Leong is speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she talks to Giorgia Marras about the inspiration and decisions behind her graphic novel, Sissi, Une Femme Au Delà Du Conte De Fées. Continue reading

 

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest

Brian Nicholson takes a look at Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s League of Extraordinary of Gentlemen, whose recent conclusion reportedly serves as the conclusion of Moore’s career in comics as well. Continue reading

 

You Build Walls, We’re Gonna Probably Dig Holes (This Week’s Links)

Comics news and happenings from Ryan Flanders. Just imagine he has one of those hats, and that he’s about to sing. Continue reading

 

Paul Krassner, Dead at 87: An Appreciation

Ethan Persoff reflects on Paul Krassner’s work with Wally Wood, Kalynn Campbell and Richard Guindon. Continue reading

 

“I’m Crazy. This Is Why It’s Really Hard To Find A Publisher”: Sloane Leong Talks To Giorgia Casetti

Cartoonist and critic Leong is speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she talks to Giorgia Casetti about the cartooning “code”, making work for children, and lining things up for publishers. Continue reading

 

“In Love with A Sea of Love”: A Conversation With Wilfrid Lupano

Brenda Dales has a lot of questions for Wilfrid Lupano about A Sea of Love, the wordless graphic novel that he and Grégory Panaccione delivered to the world last year. He ain’t gonna answer all of ’em! Continue reading

 

Live Scribing with Elizabeth Beier: Long Form Comics

Elizabeth Beier recaps the “Long Form Comics” panel at the Queers & Comics Conference, featuring Robert Kirby, Nicole Georges, Steve MacIsaac, Lee Marrs, Hazel Newlevant, and Eric Orner. Continue reading

 

An Unusual Gang of Idiots: The Joy of Working at MAD Magazine Past Its Heyday

Ryan Flanders looks back at what it meant and what he learned during the 17 years he spent at the house that Alfred E Neuman built. Continue reading