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“This Brighter Path”: An Interview with James Romberger & Marguerite Van Cook

Talking with the East Village artists about running a gallery, comics, publishers, the importance of color, and collaborating with the late David Wojnarowicz. Continue reading

 
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“Real Basic Reality, Like AAAAAAAAAARGHHHH!”: Notes from Mark Beyer: With/Without Text

On the exhibition at The Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, January 8-February 23, 2013. Continue reading

 
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Crockett Johnson and the Invention of Barnaby

Adapted from the Afterword to Barnaby Volume One: 1942-1943 (Fantagraphics, 2013).
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The Geneviève Castrée Interview

A conversation with the cartoonist and musician about her process and her new book, Susceptible/ Continue reading

 
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Michael Kaluta and Elaine Lee Promise a New 176-page Starstruck Book Funded by Kickstarter

A couple of years ago Starstruck was finally back in print as a book. At the time, the creators collaborated again to polish and elaborate the story and art into their definitive edition. Now Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta decided to push forward with a new Starstruck book.
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Ware and ‘When’ (and What About It)

A citizen of Berkeley opens Building Stories. Continue reading

 
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The Carmine Infantino Interview: Trimmings

In these trimmings from the Carmine Infantino interview in #191, some of which are never before released, Infantino talks about movies, C.C. Beck and how his job affected his health. Continue reading

 
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Infantino Raises Questions About CBG Letters Policy Following Kirby Controversy Flare-Up by Greg Stump

This feature from The Comics Journal #191 summarizes the back and forth between Carmine Infantino and Mark Evanier via Comic Buyer’s Guide’s (CBG) letters column re: Infantino’s decision to have Kirby’s Superman heads redrawn. it also delves into the way CBG handled the rumor that there was a set of false sales figures shown to DC creators. Continue reading