Tag Archives: Daniel Clowes

Ghost World at Twenty: Daniel Clowes’s Dialogue

Innovation in the 1990s: a comic book in which people talk like people. Continue reading

 

“Unholy Momentum”: Daniel Clowes’s Patience

Digging into Clowes’s masterpiece with commentary and annotations on everything from the comic’s obscure allusions to its cosmic themes. Continue reading

 

The Truth about America’s Superheroes; Or, Real-Life Revisionism. 

In one image, Daniel Clowes defeats the superhero. Also: Eugenics, Fetishes, Word Games, Race, Feminism, Fredric Wertham, Corporate Branding, Libertarians, Pajamas, Stan Lee, Graffiti, The Austrian School of Economics, and much more! Continue reading

 

A Lost Daniel Clowes Interview

In this 20-year-old, never-before-published interview, Daniel Clowes discusses working with the Ramones and his stint as “Stosh Gillepsie.” Continue reading

 

Frightened Control Freaks: An Interview with Daniel Clowes

The cartoonist and screenwriter talks about the nightmare of putting together The Complete Eightball, cultural alienation, control-freak artists, and Woody Harrelson’s casting in the film adaptation of Wilson. Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (7/1/15 – Hi Dad, Happy Birthday, I’m in Comics)

The Upcoming Past. Continue reading

 

The Daniel Clowes Interview

In this 1992 interview from The Comics Journal #154, Gary Groth and Peter Bagge talk with Daniel Clowes about art school, Lloyd Llewellyn, and the beginnings of Eightball. Continue reading

 

Comics Survey: Word / Art, Part I

In Part I of this two-part survey, Ken Parille reviews twelve comic books and graphic novels, paying attention to the words they use. Continue reading