Tag Archives: Alex Dueben

“Everybody Is Going To Get Real Miserable Really Quickly”: An Interview with Dylan Meconis

Dylan Meconis catches Alex up on what it took to get to “done” with her 400 page Queen Elizabeth graphic novel, guesstimates how far along things are with her webcomic Family Man, and apologizes for the heavy physical lifting involved in keeping up with her work via print. Continue reading

 

The Best Comics of 2019

Comics Journal contributors chime in with their favorite comics, artists and reads from the year that was: 2019. Continue reading

 

“All That Truly Matters In A Story Is Emotion”: An Interview with Mark Waid

Alex Dueben attempts to catch up with Mark Waid, one of the most prolific and successful comic writers of the last three decades, and while he can’t quite cover it all–they certainly cover a good bit of what has kept Waid’s creative fires burning on books like Archie, Daredevil, Superman: Birthright, Impulse and his latest, Ignited. Continue reading

 

“They Left Me Alone And That Was Pretty Great”: An Interview With Phil Jimenez

Phil Jimenez talks with Alex Dueben about highlights from his twenty-eight year career in comics, the importance of mental health in the LGBTQ comics community, and why he’s returning to Wonder Woman. Continue reading

 

“It Became An Obsession”: An Interview With Jonathan Fetter-Vorm

Jonathan Fetter-Vorm speaks with Alex Dueben about the difficulty of making graphic novel out of a conflict-free story where every reader knows the ending: Moonbound, the story of Apollo 11. Continue reading

 

“Style Itself Influences The Mood.”: An Interview With Colleen Doran

Colleen Doran’s latest graphic novel sees her taking Harry Clarke’s illustration and stained glass work as inspiration. In this interview, she explains to Alex Dueben how the project–her newest collaboration with writer Neil Gaiman–came about. Continue reading

 

“I Did It The Other Way Around”: An Interview With Joan Steacy

For her first foray into the artform, Joan Steacy went long–a 250 page graphic novel, detailing a semi-fictionalized account of her life. Today, she’s speaking with Alex Dueben about her life, her unusual background, and the variety of real life people who appear in Aurora Borealice. Continue reading

 

“We Write About The Things That Obsess Us”: An Interview with J.M. DeMatteis

Alex Dueben and J.M. DeMatteis got together to discuss the recent rerelease of DeMatteis and Jon Muth’s influential Moonshadow, and the years of writing experience that surrounded the series original publication. Continue reading