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2001 Nights

There are many science fiction comics, but none of them are quite like the visionary ten-issue 1990s manga from Yukinobu Hoshino. Continue reading

 

“Feedback Is Not Important to Me”: An Interview with Taneka Stotts

Ardo Omer speaks with Taneka Stotts about her career in editing, poetry and Eisner-nominated comics. Continue reading

 

“It Doesn’t Punish You for Having Hope”: An Interview with Kevin Czap

Cartoonist Jeremy Sorese talks to cartoonist Kevin Czap on the routes that they’ve taken through comics–karaoke, punk, and the cities that are both home and muse. Continue reading

 

French and Frisky: The Man Behind Astérix

When the scenarist René Goscinny (1926 – 1977) died at 51, much of the world felt they knew him. With Astérix, he had created a hero who outsold Tintin. Goscinny also helped to found and run Pilote, a magazine that won French cartooning back an audience – adults – that it had lost after the 19th century. Continue reading

 

“Hopefully You Reach a Few People Here and There”: A David Collier Interview

David Collier’s work is much too personal, much too idiosyncratic to pass as straightforward nonfiction. His latest, Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey, is no exception, and possibly his best book to date. Here he discusses the book, being edited, the military, trains, and many other topics. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Bloodstrike Brutalists

An exclusive preview of Michel Fiffe’s upcoming series for Image Comics, Bloodstrike: Brutalists. Continue reading

 

Fear of a Black Panther

In 2010, 36 years after its release, the story “Panther’s Rage” was collected and reprinted for the first time. David Brothers and Tucker Stone took it all in. Continue reading

 

“A Total Space:” The Antoine Cossé Interview

Cartoonist Antoine Cossé discusses his recent releases, drawing driving, communication and how to make a “shared universe” interesting. Continue reading