Tag Archives: Image Comics

“I’m Well Past the Point Where I Need Comics to Love Me Back”: An Interview with Joe Casey & Ian MacEwan

Sean Witzke in conversation with writer Joe Casey and artist Ian MacEwan about the nitty gritty of career building, the processing of influence and their new comics collaboration, MCMLXXV. Continue reading

 

“Expectations Are Right Next Door to Demands”: A David Brothers Profile

From blogger to critic, from California to Portland, from Image to Viz–David Brothers is a name you already know, or soon will. In this exclusive profile, Alec Berry unpacks a career whose trajectory is all its own. Continue reading

 

Ass Kicked

Bolting topicality onto a struggling juvenile concept never elevates the juvenile concepts as well as creators always seem to think. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Bloodstrike Brutalists

An exclusive preview of Michel Fiffe’s upcoming series for Image Comics, Bloodstrike: Brutalists. Continue reading

 

“I’m Very Low-Key About It”: Katie Skelly And Alex de Campi

But this is what has pushed me into the arms of prose fiction: I am so tired of producing graphic novels. I’ll never leave comics. It’ll be more like a shared custody thing… but since I made the choice to split my time it’s made me a lot happier. Continue reading

 

“I Watch For Patterns”: An Interview with Aleš Kot

I guess I’m also not really interested in creating expectations? Continue reading

 

“It’s dawning on me that it could be potentially dangerous for my career.” An Interview With Rich Tommaso

Hopefully people who are too busy to even bother going on social media are completely unaware of my meltdown! Continue reading