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Today’s National Cartoonists Society: A Conversation with Steve McGarry

Steve McGarry talks about the future of the National Cartoonists Society, their festival, and what they’re doing to prove they aren’t just “old white guys who make comic strips”. Continue reading

 

“What’s Your Secret?”: Sloane Leong Talks to Rebecca Roher

In the first of a series, cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong spoke with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she’s speaking with Rebecca Roher about Roher’s One Hundred Year Old Wisdom project. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Meat and Bone

Thanks to our friends at Conundrum Press, the Comics Journal is pleased to share this excerpt from Kat Verhoeven’s Meat and Bone, to be released this May. Continue reading

 

“Oh, Yeah, This Is Obsession”: An Interview with Box Brown

This month Philadelphia-based cartoonist Box Brown returns with a new, timely book of graphic non-fiction, Cannabis: The Illegalization of Weed in America. Over the last few years, readers have followed Brown’s evolution from a self-published creator and the founder of … Continue reading

 

“There Are Just Some Times When You Can’t Deal”: A Previously Unpublished Interview with Harvey Pekar

A never-before-published interview with the late Harvey Pekar, which may have been his last. In it, he discusses collaboration, Israel, and the American Splendor movie. Continue reading

 

Rolling Up Some Inspiration: An RPG Conversation with Kieron Gillen & Tim Se

They live thousands of miles away, and until now, had never met: but that didn’t stop Kieron Gillen and Tim Sievert from bonding over a shared love of rolling the dice…of life! Continue reading

 

“I Have A Very Busy Spring”: An Interview with Sara Elfgren

Sara Elfgren may not be the only comics creator to have opera, radio plays and VR games to her credit, but she’s the only one we’ve interviewed this year. So far! Continue reading

 

Ken Bald: 1920-2019

A cartoonist whose career spanned from More Fun in 1936 to Marvel in 2016, perhaps best known for his work on the Dr. Kildare, Dark Shadows, and Judd Saxon newspaper strips. Continue reading