Tag Archives: David Collier
David Collier’s work is much too personal, much too idiosyncratic to pass as straightforward nonfiction. His latest, Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey, is no exception, and possibly his best book to date. Here he discusses the book, being edited, the military, trains, and many other topics. Continue reading
A few thoughts on this week’s new Dave Collier, after which I basically spill coffee on a time machine’s control panel. Continue reading
Interviews with Dave McKean Neil Gaiman; Kim Deitch; trading cards; a scorching essay on Dave Sim.
Interviews with Ed Sorel and Robert Crumb; Jay Lynch sketchbook.
Featuring an interview with Peter Bagge; comic art album covers; Skip Williamson sketchbook.
Featuring interviews with Robert Williams and Mark Newgarden; the Tundra/Kitchen Sink debacle; a Richard Sala sketchbook.
Featuring interviews with Peter Kuper and Mark Schulz; an essay by Samuel Joyner; illustration by David Mazzucchelli; pages from J.R. Williams’s sketchbook. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Shary Flenniken; an editorial by Gary Groth; essays by Will Eisner and Delmore Schwartz; pages from the sketchbook of Kim Deitch. Continue reading