Tag Archives: Eddie Campbell

Episode 17: Eddie Campbell (Part II)

On the seventeenth episode of Comic Book Decalogue, Eddie Campbell talks Jack Kirby’s place in the canon, Mary Perkins On Stage, and the hazards of autobiography. Continue reading

 

Episode 16: Eddie Campbell (Part I)

On this episode, Eddie Campbell (Alec, Bacchus, From Hell) discusses the March trilogy, the early sports-page cartoonists, and much more. Continue reading

 

A Landmark in Comics History: The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum Opens in Columbus, Ohio

This year has seen no shortage of comics-related events and exhibitions, but the occasion most likely to have a long term impact is the opening of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State University. Continue reading

 

“The Only Thing That Matters is the Work on the Page”: An Interview with Eddie Campbell

He’s delved into such weighty topics as death, family, marriage, parenting, success, failure, the creative process, and the pleasures of drinking wine. What else is left to cover? Well, money. Continue reading

 

How To Be An Artist by Eddie Campbell

Indeed. Continue reading

 

The Day I Almost Killed Kurt Busiek

On the ground and in the bars at 29th Salón Internacional del Cómic de Barcelona Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 273, January 2006

Featuring interviews with Eddie Campbell and Junko Mizuno; Noah Berlatsky on Art Young; Dirk Deppey on Eddie Campbell. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 260, May-June 2004

Featuring interviews with Jean-Claude Mezieres and Dupuy and Berberian. Continue reading

 
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