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Twin Mirrors and More: Viktor Hachmang At Landfill

Oliver Ristau takes a look at three books from Viktor Hachmang, released over the last few years by one of the most exciting and experimental publishers of recent memory, Landfill Editions. Continue reading

 

“I Did It The Other Way Around”: An Interview With Joan Steacy

For her first foray into the artform, Joan Steacy went long–a 250 page graphic novel, detailing a semi-fictionalized account of her life. Today, she’s speaking with Alex Dueben about her life, her unusual background, and the variety of real life people who appear in Aurora Borealice. Continue reading

 

Feeling Like a Vigilante or a Missionary (This Week’s Links)

Time to look at the week that wuz, and the comics news that entails. Ryan Flanders is on the scene! Continue reading

 

An Interview with Trevor Von Eeden (Reprise)

Michel Fiffe’s groundbreaking 2009 interview with legendary artist Trevor Von Eeden, first published in The Comics Journal #298, makes its online debut. Continue reading

 

“Magic is Bunk, o’course… Still… Whaddyuh Know?” The Curious Pull of Harold Gray’s Little Orphan Annie

Frank Young takes a look back at Harold Gray’s groundbreaking, fun, and (occasionally) Little Orphan Annie. Continue reading

 

“Simplifying Is My Thing”: Sloane Leong Talks To Giorgia Marras

Cartoonist and critic Leong is speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she talks to Giorgia Marras about the inspiration and decisions behind her graphic novel, Sissi, Une Femme Au Delà Du Conte De Fées. Continue reading

 

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest

Brian Nicholson takes a look at Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s League of Extraordinary of Gentlemen, whose recent conclusion reportedly serves as the conclusion of Moore’s career in comics as well. Continue reading

 

You Build Walls, We’re Gonna Probably Dig Holes (This Week’s Links)

Comics news and happenings from Ryan Flanders. Just imagine he has one of those hats, and that he’s about to sing. Continue reading