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Empathy through Ennui: A Conversation with Nick Drnaso

Nick Drnaso sits down with The Comics Journal to talk about his newly released graphic novel Sabrina, including the reasons he cancelled its publication upon completion last year! Continue reading

 

Seth’s 2018 Center for Cartoon Studies Commencement Speech

Advice for cartoonists about to enter the profession Continue reading

 

“How Far We’ve Come Since the 1980s!”: An Interview With Tim Truman

Truman sits down to talk about his upcoming return to Scout, how he’s found one of his best artistic collaborations by working with his son, and yes, because one of us demanded it, how he ended up making the greatest Hawkman story of all time. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Entropy

Secret Acres and Aaron Costain are preparing to unleash Entropy this summer, and they’re ready to pull back the curtain. The rest is up to you, people with the capacity to read. Continue reading

 

“They Changed My Life”: An Interview with Bill Schelly

A discussion with the comics scholar and Harvey Kurtzman biographer about his new memoir of growing up as a gay comics fan, the difference between fandom and criticism, the reality of comics as a profession, and his experiences with Steve Ditko. Continue reading

 

“Getting to the Heart of the Matter”: The John Porcellino Interview (Part Two)

The conclusion of our career-spanning interview with the King-Cat artist and key figure in the minicomics movement. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: A Western World

Thanks to Koyama Press, we’re pleased to share an excerpt from A Western World, Michael DeForge’s upcoming graphic novel, to be released this month. Continue reading

 

“Getting to the Heart of the Matter”: The John Porcellino Interview (Part One)

When I first approached John Porcellino to do an interview back in 2012, he said that he really wanted to talk about his work. None of his previous interviews had ever simply zeroed in on the actual content of his … Continue reading