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Dennis P. Eichhorn, 1945–2015

The pioneering Real Stuff writer led a truly eccentric life. While many autobiographical writers tend to focus on day-to-day trivialities, Eichhorn’s stories were loaded with sex, drugs, and a whole lot of violence. Continue reading

 
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Dennis P. Eichhorn Tributes

Remembrances from Noah Van Sciver, Shary Flenniken, Art Chantry, Mary Fleener, Pat Moriarty, and other collaborators. Continue reading

 
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A Chat About Mould Map 4

Talking Euro with editors Hugh Frost and Leon Sadler. Continue reading

 
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“Every comic is the last one”: Jonathan Chandler Interview

I have no idea how to describe Jonathan Chandler and neither does he. He’s not a cartoonist and he’s not an illustrator, and it doesn’t even feel like he’s drawing comics because he wants to draw comics — he’s an … Continue reading

 
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Jack Kirby at Cal State Northridge

Assembling and mounting the first serious institutional retrospective exhibition in America examining the art of Jack Kirby is a task fraught with contradictions. Continue reading

 
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Recent Reading

My recent reading — making my way through the piles. We’ve got your Koch, Benjamin, Davidson, Marra, Chandler, Pratt, Toth, Lagon, etc. Continue reading

 
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Funny Angry: An Interview with Jane Mai

Jane Mai’s See You Next Tuesday is a raucous bunch of short comics and scraps. This third book in what appears to be a loose trilogy is lighter and funnier, but allows itself to go deeper and darker as a result. Continue reading

 
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Restoring a Lost Psychedelic Anime Classic: An Interview with the Team Reintroducing Belladonna of Sadness

This 1973 film from Osamu Tezuka’s production studio was a commercial failure and remained unseen by wider audiences for years after its initial release. Continue reading