Tag Archives: David Collier

“Hopefully You Reach a Few People Here and There”: A David Collier Interview

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

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (3/30/11 – Mostly Reprints)

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

 

The Comics Journal No. 155, January 1993

Interviews with Dave McKean Neil Gaiman; Kim Deitch; trading cards; a scorching essay on Dave Sim.

 

The Comics Journal No. 158, April 1993

Interviews with Ed Sorel and Robert Crumb; Jay Lynch sketchbook.

 

The Comics Journal No. 159, May 1993

Featuring an interview with Peter Bagge; comic art album covers; Skip Williamson sketchbook.

 

The Comics Journal No. 161, August 1993

Featuring interviews with Robert Williams and Mark Newgarden; the Tundra/Kitchen Sink debacle; a Richard Sala sketchbook.

 

The Comics Journal No. 150, May 1992

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

 

The Comics Journal No. 146, November 1991

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