Tag Archives: Highlights from the Archive

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The Jeff Smith Interview

In this interview, Jeff Smith breaks down for Gary Groth all the work and all of the years he put in to become an overnight success. Continue reading

 
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The Joost Swarte Interview

In The Comics Journal #279 (November 2006), Joost Swarte talks to David Peniston and Kim Thompson about children’s comics, glasswork, publishing and more. Continue reading

 
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The Alan Moore Interview

Gary Groth’s 1987 interview with Alan Moore documents the writer’s attitude towards DC after creator protests over a proposed rating system. “The Watchmen and Swamp Thing writer explains why he’ll no longer work for DC.” Continue reading

 
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A Portal to Another Dimension: Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and Neil Gaiman

A discussion on the influences and thought behind Watchmen between creators Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons at the UK Comic Art Convention in London on Sept. 21st, 1986. Moderating the panel discussion is Neil Gaiman. Continue reading

 
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The Alison Bechdel Interview

In this 2007 interview from The Comics Journal 287, Lynn Emmert talks to Alison Bechdel about the art of Fun Home and the politics of Dykes to Watch Out For. Continue reading

 
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Maurice Sendak Q&A

An interview that took place at the Cartoon Art Museum of San Francisco in December 1987. Continue reading

 
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The S. Clay Wilson Interview

Bob Levin and the legendary underground artist and Zap contributor engage in a hearty discussion. Continue reading

 
From All Star Comics #4 (March-April 1941), written by Gardner Fox and drawn by Sheldon Moldoff

The Sheldon Moldoff Interview

This interview with Golden Age artist Sheldon Moldoff (Batman, Hawkman, Hawkgirl), conducted by Steve Ringgenberg, ran in The Comics Journal #214 (July 1999). Continue reading