Tag Archives: Interview

“I Fantasize About Being in Jail”: An Anna Haifisch Interview

There is something calming about the control Anna Haifisch exerts over her works with her defined color palettes. Even in her most off-hinged works, such as Von Spatz, can be entered with equilibrium. Haifisch’s Von Spatz is the story of … Continue reading

 

A Conversation with Eleanor Davis

Two of the most talented artists working today sit down to debate the value of guilt, celebrate the potency of the competitive spirit, and demand a better way to live. Continue reading

 
Unattainable by gg. Originally serialized on Comics Workbook. 2015.

“I Always Think of Comics As My First Language”: An Interview with gg

Ardo Omer wanted to know more about how gg makes her comics, why the quest for freedom keeps coming up in her stories and most importantly, what’s up with all that pink? Continue reading

 

“I Achieved That Peace of Mind Involuntarily”: An Interview with D.R.T.

Through writing for this site and being employed by its publisher, I occasionally am lucky enough to get sent books in the mail. None of them have floored me quite like one I received a couple weeks back called Qoberious … Continue reading

 

“Coping with the Reality of Eating Sardines”: An Interview with Joe Infurnari

Joe Infurnari has some battle scars to show for his years in the comics industry, and he’s not afraid to tell the stories behind them. The Toronto-based artist and occasional writer recently completed “So What That You Can Draw!?”, a … Continue reading

 

Little Universes: An Interview with Roman Muradov

Aug Stone speaks with the artist Roman Muradov about their upcoming work, the influence of The Fall, and what it’s like to look back on one’s past art. Continue reading

 

“Feedback Is Not Important to Me”: An Interview with Taneka Stotts

Ardo Omer speaks with Taneka Stotts about her career in editing, poetry and Eisner-nominated comics. Continue reading

 

“It Doesn’t Punish You for Having Hope”: An Interview with Kevin Czap

Cartoonist Jeremy Sorese talks to cartoonist Kevin Czap on the routes that they’ve taken through comics–karaoke, punk, and the cities that are both home and muse. Continue reading