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Vive Le Livre: Simon Roussin’s Beautiful BD

Cynthia Rose speaks with Simon Roussin about the varied styles that have gone into his award-winning and wildly colorful work, how he grapples with his influences, and the choices he’s made about who gets to publish him. Continue reading

 

I’m the Foot but Who’s Stepping (This Week’s Links)

In this week’s column, Ryan experiments with youth-related meme behavior to punctuate his links, and the end result is about as middle-aged as that description implies. Hail Satan? Continue reading

 

“Vengeance As A Subject Matter Always Excites Me”: An Interview With Tia Roxae

As Tia Roxae’s horror inspired comics begin making their way to readers, Katie Skelly pinned the artist down to talk about what inspired her to move into the field, and what she has planned for the future. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Internet Crusader

Check out a 15 page excerpt from George Wylesol’s Internet Crusader, coming this fall from Avery Hill! Continue reading

 

Usagi Yojimbo’s Neverending Story

Tom Shapira takes a fond look back at the last few decades of Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo, and makes some predictions for the future of the series. Continue reading

 

“Style Itself Influences The Mood.”: An Interview With Colleen Doran

Colleen Doran’s latest graphic novel sees her taking Harry Clarke’s illustration and stained glass work as inspiration. In this interview, she explains to Alex Dueben how the project–her newest collaboration with writer Neil Gaiman–came about. Continue reading

 

“The Paper Was The Place Where We Could Play”: An Interview With Simon Grennan

Dr. Simon Grennan talks with Nicholas Burman about his work in comics, and how that work drew him and his collaborators to the work of graphic medicine, exemplified in the recent publication “Parables of Care”. Continue reading

 

The Ernie Colón Interview

In this 2007 interview, Ernie Colón talks to Kent Worcester about working for Harvey, Warren, DC, Marvel and his collaborations with Sid Jacobson going back to the 1970s. Continue reading