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“Supreme Optimism in the Face of Actual Reality”: An Interview with Sammy Harkham

Talking to the Crickets creator and Kramer’s Ergot editor about his life, his comics, horror, film, family, Australia, the art of editing, and much more. Continue reading

 

“A Shared Universe, with the Camera Slowly Panning Outwards”: An Interview with Eric Kostiuk Williams

Talking to the Eisner- and Doug Wright Award-nominated creator of Hungry Bottom Comics. Continue reading

 

He Never Understood Why I Was Drawing Fred Mertz

Drew Friedman’s Heroes of the Comics exhibition is opening Thursday, May 4th at 6 pm at the Society of Illustrators. Continue reading

 

An Interview with David Wiesner

The award-winning children’s book illustrator on publishing his first graphic novel. Continue reading

 

A Talk with Gabrielle Bell

Annie Mok interviews Gabrielle Bell about diaries, metacognition, and more. Continue reading

 

Talking to Pénélope Bagieu

The French cartoonist talks Mama Cass, her new graphic novel, and the Smurfette Syndrome. Continue reading

 

Curating the Metrograph Bookstore

On the occasion of this film My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea opening at the Metrograph in New York, Dash Shaw curated a selection of DVDs and publications for the theater’s store. Here he explains what and why. Continue reading

 

“I’m an Outsider Person”: The Carel Moiseiwitsch Interview

Moiseiwitsch drew dangerous comics. Prominently featuring murderous cops, third-world refugees, and war crimes hopscotching their way to our front door, her works were dangerous because they gave us the raw truth, seemingly drawn in dense black sauce. Continue reading