Tag Archives: Highlights from the Archives

Jason Lutes’ Berlin #1

This review by Christopher Brayshaw was originally published in The Comics Journal #187 (May 1996). Continue reading

 

Jason Lutes: Interview by Greg Stump

From The Comics Journal #228 (November 2000) In 1994, Jason Lutes released his debut graphic novel, the Xeric-funded Jar of Fools, to unusual praise. Perhaps the strongest and most visible endorsement came from Scott McCloud, who called the book “an … Continue reading

 

The Berni Wrightson Interview

This archival interview is about the roots of Wrightson’s love for the macabre, his colorful accounts of his career in horror comics (including brushes with unscrupulous printers and unpredictable publishers), and the evolution of his style over the years. Continue reading

 

A Conversation with Jack Davis

In this 2000 interview from The Comics Journal #225, Jim Woodring talks to Jack Davis about his college life, moving to New York, MAD and EC’s influence, and the famed editors and publishers he worked with. Continue reading

 

The Brian Chippendale Interview

Dan Nadel talks to artist and musician Brian Chippendale about the history of Fort Thunder, “Maggots,” and artistic challenges. Continue reading

 

The Charles Burns Interview by Darcy Sullivan

In this 1992 interview, Charles Burns and Darcy Sullivan discuss teenagers, critics, his work in Europe and the art of psychological horror. Continue reading

 

The Al Feldstein Interview

In this 1995 interview for The Comics Journal #177, Al Feldstein takes Steve Ringgenberg behind the scenes of Mad, EC, show biz and more. Continue reading

 

“…That’s the Spice of Life, Bud”: The Todd McFarlane Interview

In this 1992 interview, Todd McFarlane talks about quitting Spider-Man and Marvel, the inception of Spawn and Image Comics, and concludes with a discussion of morality. McFarlane also discusses the comic market and kid culture. Continue reading