Tag Archives: Bill Kartalopoulos

“I Feel Like Comics Needs Its Own Thing”: An Interview with Daniel Clowes

Bill Kartalopoulos and Daniel Clowes played a career-long-catch-up in 2014 for the French journal Collection Revue, and that conversation now makes its way to our digital shores! Continue reading

 

“But On The Other Hand, It’s Great Story Fodder:” A Conversation with Kim Deitch

Master cartoonist Kim Deitch speaks with Bill Kartalopoulos about his latest release, Reincarnation Stories, and the lifetimes it took to get it made. Continue reading

 

Austin English and Bill Kartalopoulos on Superboy, Patience, and Peplum

The cartoonist/publisher and the editor/scholar discuss a 1963 issue of Superboy and a recent Blutch reprint—and how they relate to the latest Clowes. Continue reading

 

“As Radical as I Might Ever Have Hoped”: Jonathan Lethem on The Best American Comics 2015

The novelist discusses issues involved in editing the new Best American Comics anthology, a book full of varied, provocative feats of cartooning, and the most delightfully strange comics collection pitched at the casual comics audience in recent memory. Continue reading

 

The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival Ends

The founding partners of the influential and popular independent comics festival discuss—and dispute—the reasons for its sudden demise. Continue reading