An Interview with Breakdown Press

Breakdown Press is among the most diverse and original publishers of comics in the UK right now, presiding over a small run of books united by their individuality, original story telling techniques, and sheer eye-popping attractiveness. Starting out with the publication … Continue reading

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Tonči Zonjić: The Total Approach

An interview with the Croatian cartoonist about his process, color, war, and portraying a country not his own. Continue reading

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One Helmet to Rule Them All: The Golden Helmet

An excerpt from Peter Schilling Jr’s new book, Carl Barks’ Duck: Average American, in which he analyzes his favorite Carl Barks Donald Duck story. Continue reading


Working Stiff, Working Loose: The 1950s Career of John Stanley

The middle years of a comic book genius. Continue reading

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The Mana Neyestani interview

An interview with the author of the graphic memoir An Iranian Metamorphosis, which has just been published in the United States by Uncivilized Books. Continue reading


Checking in with Dean Mullaney

Talking Corto Maltese and Alex Raymond with the editor of the Library of American Comics. Continue reading


Love in No Man’s Land

Chloé Cruchaudet’s historical fictions. Continue reading


“How Can the Spaces Between the Pages Be as Meaningful as the Pages?”: A Dash Shaw Interview

Process talk with the creator of Cosplayers and Doctors. Continue reading