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kuš! Aesthetics

Since 2007, the Latvian publisher Kuš! has been releasing a steady stream of short form (and mini-sized) alternative works from all over the world. Basically the only comics publisher in a country without a comics tradition, they’ve worked from the outset … Continue reading

 

Lyn Chevli, Co-Founder of Tits & Clits, Dies at 84

Remembering the pioneering writer, comics publisher, and activist, who co-created the first comic written, drawn, and published by women. Continue reading

 

Jack T. Chick, 1924-2016

Jack Thomas Chick, the prolific writer, artist and publisher of religious literature, most notably an extensive line of small cartoon tracts, died in his sleep on Sunday, October 23, 2016. He was 92. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Sophie Campbell

A lot of her fans know Sophie Campbell for her recent work, from the relaunch of Glory at Image Comics with writer Joe Keatinge to the recent Jem and the Holograms series with writer Kelly Thompson. Jem in particular struck … Continue reading

 

Getting Material: A Short Interview with Ben Katchor

Comics, unions, and process with the author of Cheap Novelties. Continue reading

 

Joost Swarte: Scratching The Surface

Dutch comics legend Joost Swarte is launching his first magazine in over 40 years at this week’s Frankfurt Book Fair. Continue reading

 

A Conversation with Dame Darcy

The Queen of Gothic Lolita speaks to Ron Rege about her childhood, the 90s, and the Meat Cake Bible. Continue reading

 

“And It Lasted Forever”: An Interview with Tom Spurgeon

The editor of The Comics Reporter and festival director of Cartoon Crossroads Columbus talks about this weekend’s CXC and this fall’s publication of We Told You So, the Fantagraphics oral history he helped to compile. Continue reading