Tag Archives: Charles Burns
Happy Holidays to everyone, whatever it is you celebrate–or not celebrate–this time of the year. In the spirit of the New Year, and in an effort to further explore some historical connections between comics and other forms of popular culture, … Continue reading
The creator of Black Hole talks about Sugar Skull, his creative process, today’s comics community, and learning to be an artist. Continue reading
In this 1992 interview, Charles Burns and Darcy Sullivan discuss teenagers, critics, his work in Europe and the art of psychological horror. Continue reading
Mind-blowing kisses, bitter tears, manic desperation, luxurious eyebrows, and comic book history in Charles Burns’s new graphic novel. Continue reading
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
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
Featuring interviews with Milo Manara, Terry Gilliam and Howard Cruse; Ho Che Anderson and Art Spiegelman featured.