“Ugly Is Good”: An Interview with Katie Skelly

The Operation Margarine creator talks biker films, science fiction, sex, and escape. Continue reading


Here’s the Thing About Collectors

Uber-collectors Glenn Bray and Lena Zwalve have invited many guests over the years to enjoy their collection of pop culture and sequential art, but with the publication of The Blighted Eye they have unleashed their eclectic tastes onto a broader audience Continue reading


Cottage Industry

In 1997, at an age when most men’s life planning turns toward Social Security, Malcolm Whyte launched a new career. He had formerly published books and he wanted to again. But what books and on what scale? Continue reading


“Let Your Dreams Touch Air”: An Interview with Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez is an deeply inspirational figure in the underground comics and music scene. His influence is manifest in much of the genre and horror-driven work that appears in the current generation, but his presence seems to be more of a rumor, even a legend. Continue reading


A Conversation with Dick Ayers

Dick Ayers talks to Shaun Clancy about the war, art school, freelancing in the 1950s, inking Jack Kirby and more in this September 29, 2012 interview. Continue reading


Lale Westvind: Bushwhacking through Infinity

A look at the emerging cartoonist Lale Westvind’s diverse body of work. Continue reading


Dick Ayers, 1924 – 2014

The prolific artist and Ghost Rider co-creator inked many of Marvel’s most iconic stories and characters. Continue reading


“No One Ever Said to Me I Couldn’t Do It”: An Interview with Mimi Pond

Discussing history, process, television, and publishing with the author of Over Easy. Continue reading