Tag Archives: Charles Burns

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“I’m Not on This Planet Forever”: An Interview with Charles Burns

The creator of Black Hole talks about Sugar Skull, his creative process, today’s comics community, and learning to be an artist. Continue reading

 
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The Charles Burns Interview by Darcy Sullivan

In this 1992 interview, Charles Burns and Darcy Sullivan discuss teenagers, critics, his work in Europe and the art of psychological horror. Continue reading

 
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Secret Loves: A Short History of Two Panels in Charles Burns’s The Hive

Mind-blowing kisses, bitter tears, manic desperation, luxurious eyebrows, and comic book history in Charles Burns’s new graphic novel. Continue reading

 
Issue 243

The Comics Journal No. 243, May 2002

Featuring an interview with Dylan Horrocks; discussion between Chip Kidd, Charles Burns, Kim Deitch, Kaz,Richard McGuire, Art Spiegelman, and Chris Ware of contemporary funnybooks on the Graphic Novel Panel. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 234, June 2001

Kim Deitch, Bill Griffith, Seth, Joe Sacco and Charles Burns talk to Gary Groth; Charles Brownstein interviews Marnie Ware, Erika Clowes, Wendy Jung and Carol Kovinick-Hernandez. Continue reading

 
Issue 200

The Comics Journal No. 200, December 1997

A massive issue featuring interviews with Chris Ware and Charles Schulz; critical assessments of “essential works”; an excerpt from Jules Feiffer, “The Great Comic Book Heroes”

 
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The Comics Journal No. 182, November 1995

Featuring interviews with Milo Manara, Terry Gilliam and Howard Cruse; Ho Che Anderson and Art Spiegelman featured.

 
Issue 148

The Comics Journal No. 148, February 1992

Featuring interviews of Charles Burns and Sheldon Mayer; from the sketchbooks of Doug Allen and Gary Leib. Continue reading

 
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