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Everett Raymond Kinstler Reminisces About His Life In The Worlds Of Illustration and Comics – And The Duke

Before he passed away this past May, the legendary Everett Raymond Kinstler–illustrator of Presidents, pulps, comics and Hawkman–spoke at great length with Steven Brower about a life, and career, lived well. Continue reading

 

Live Scribing with Elizabeth Beier: Magdalene Visaggio In Conversation

From May 16-19 2019, New York City’s School of Visual Arts hosted the Queers & Comics Conference, a biennial LGBTQ cartoonist conference. The event was organized by Jennifer Camper and Justin Hall and provided a space for artists, writers and fans to discuss everything from publishing to story structure to social justice to different kinds of pens. Bay Area artist Elizabeth Beier attended the event and created visual notes of some of the panels.  Continue reading

 

“We Write About The Things That Obsess Us”: An Interview with J.M. DeMatteis

Alex Dueben and J.M. DeMatteis got together to discuss the recent rerelease of DeMatteis and Jon Muth’s influential Moonshadow, and the years of writing experience that surrounded the series original publication. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Trust Album

Thanks to Przemysław Trusciński, we’re pleased to share this excerpt from his Trust: Album. To find out more, take a look at Michal Chudoliński’s interview with him, published last week.

 

“ALL Of Making Comics Is Pleasurable To Me”: An Interview with Trevor Von Eeden

From shaking hands with the King to sharing studio space with Neal Adams, Trevor Von Eeden’s career has been laced with history–and he and Josh Bayer mined it all for the latest run of All Time Comics. In this 2019 interview, the two of them dive right into Eeden’s hard-earned philosophy on the form. Continue reading

 

Comics Outsider: An Interview with Przemysław Truściński

Przemysław “Trust” Trusciński, one of Poland’s most acclaimed artists–known primarily in the US for his work on The Witcher video game franchise–discusses his most recent work with Michał Chudoliński, his history with comics, and the current state of affairs of the Polish comics scene. Continue reading

 

A Brief History of Ernie Bushmiller’s Dirtiest Comic Strip

Although intended only as a cheap laugh for his Dutch Treat Club cronies, “How To Housebreak Your Dog” assumed an illustrious afterlife. Continue reading

 

“It Is Kind of Fun to Torture People Through Comics”: The Penny Van Horn Interview

In this interview, Weirdo cartoonist Penny Van Horn talks about color, motherhood, animation, and scratchboard technique. Continue reading