Emerging from a partnership with some of the most famous and influential graphic designers of the time, Edward Sorel went on to become a celebrated illustrator, writer, and cartoonist whose work graces publications across the cultural spectrum. In this interview from TCJ #158 (April 1993), Sorel spoke to the Journal about his life, his art, and his uncanny ability to be in the right place at the wrong time. Continue reading
Jim Woodring talks about his career in animation, shares anecdotes about Jack Kirby and Gil Kane, his move to Seattle, his transition from autobio to Frank, collaborating with Harvey Pekar and more. Continue reading
Interviews with Dave McKean Neil Gaiman; Kim Deitch; trading cards; a scorching essay on Dave Sim.
Including: Interviews with Gahan Wilson and Doug Allen; a Mark Martin sketchbook; fresh comics.
Featuring: An interview with Bill Griffith; Harvey Kurtzman tributes; Kyle Baker sketchbook. Continue reading
Interviews with Ed Sorel and Robert Crumb; Jay Lynch sketchbook.
Featuring an interview with Peter Bagge; comic art album covers; Skip Williamson sketchbook.
Featuring “Black American Comic Artists” focus; Grass Green sketchbook.