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Bondage & Big Dreams: The World of Nine Antico

French cartoonist Nine Antico’s heroines Continue reading

 

Two Reviews

Well Come and Scablands. Continue reading

 

SPX 2014: An Indie Comics Microcosm

A report from the Small Press Expo including a visit to the Library of Congress and a glimpse behind the scenes from Ignatz jurors. So how do you summarize a show like SPX? Continue reading

 

“I Wanted a Character Who Was Very Positive”: An Interview with Luke Pearson

Pearson has already amassed an impressive body of work, and has something of a runaway hit on his hands with the genuinely charming, smartly realized, and lovingly delineated Hilda series. He talks with us about consciously choosing a nonviolent protagonist, Scandinavian mythology, and the possibility of being typecast as a children’s artist. Continue reading

 

SPX ’14 – Ten Comics, Eight Hours, Three Panels, One Day

Or: “What I Did Instead of Attending the Prom” Continue reading

 

Fantagraphics Goes Underground

Questions for Gary Groth about his new imprint, FU. Continue reading

 

A Conversation with Simon Hanselmann

Catching up with Simon Hanselmann on the eve of his US book tour for his new book, Megahex. Continue reading

 

“It Was a Complete Revolution for Me”: A Conversation with Jules Feiffer

On the publication of Kill My Mother, which is being marketed as his first original graphic novel, the legendary cartoonist talks about noir, politics, the state of comics, and the tyranny of drawing backgrounds. Continue reading