Tag Archives: Highlights from the Archive

Jerry Robinson: Been There, Done That

A conversation with the late Batman artist, political cartoonist, and advocate. From TCJ 271 & 272, 2004. Continue reading

 

Will Eisner: Having Something to Say

A 1968 interview with Eisner, later published in TCJ 267, 2005. Continue reading

 

“Jim Shooter, Our Nixon” by Gary Groth, 1994

Gary Groth’s 1994 article, “Our Nixon”, from The Comics Journal 171. Continue reading

 

The Carmine Infantino Interview

In this career-spanning interview, Infantino talks about his time in the shop system of comics creation, working on characters such as The Flash and Adam Strange and his rise through the ranks of DC. Continue reading

 

Kirby and Goliath: The Fight for Jack Kirby’s Marvel Artwork

The Fight for Jack Kirby’s Marvel Artwork Continue reading

 

The Creig Flessel Interview

An interview with golden age great Creig Flessel. Continue reading

 

A Modest Proposal: More Crap Is What We Need

A few thoughts on the middle. Continue reading

 

The Seth Interview

In this interview from TCJ 193 (February 1997), Seth talks developing his aesthetic and style. Continue reading