Tag Archives: Highlights from the Archive

The Jim Woodring Interview

Jim Woodring talks about his career in animation, shares anecdotes about Jack Kirby and Gil Kane, his move to Seattle, his transition from autobio to Frank, collaborating with Harvey Pekar and more. Continue reading


Jack Kirby Interview

Jack Kirby talks to Gary Groth about who really created Thor, Spider-Man, The Hulk, The Fantastic Four and many of the other Marvel characters currently populating the big screen. Continue reading


Dave Stevens, “Unmasking the Rocketeer”

An interview with the late Dave Stevens (The Rocketeer). Originally published in TCJ 117, 1987, and now with a new postscript by Gary Groth. Continue reading


The Jules Feiffer Interview

The most comprehensive interview with cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter and novelist Jules Feiffer from TCJ 124, 1988. Continue reading


Doodle King: An Interview with Sergio Aragones

The iconic MAD cartoonist spoke about his life and career in this interview from TCJ 128, 1989. Continue reading


An Odd Man Out: Tom Sutton

An exhaustive interview with journeyman cartoonist Tom Sutton published in TCJ 230, 2001. It’s quite colorful! Continue reading


An Interview with Victor Moscoso

A career-spanning conversation on design, comics, Zap, and the politics of art. Originally published in TCJ 246, 2002. Continue reading


The Will Elder Interview

The greatest Mad-man on a lifetime of funny drawing. Originally published in TCJ 243, 2003. Continue reading