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“A Total Space:” The Antoine Cossé Interview

Cartoonist Antoine Cossé discusses his recent releases, drawing driving, communication and how to make a “shared universe” interesting. Continue reading

 

“I Never Felt Like I Had A Style”: An Interview with Charles Forsman

There’s a part of me that wants to constantly relive that because when you’re a teenager your emotions are so raw. You think you have everything figured out, but you’re also so lost and frustrated. I just find it fascinating, and I’m trying to organize that time of my life on paper. 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

 

“Immediate Metacognitive Dispersal”: An Interview with Kate Polak

And she compares Primo Levi’s “over-analysis” of Auschwitz to her own over-analysis of what body wash to use in the morning. Continue reading

 

The Mort Walker Interview

In this in-depth interview, Mort Walker talks about growing up during the Great Depression, serving in the military, developing risque versions of his characters for overseas publishers, founding a comics art museum housed in a concrete castle, raising 10 kids, and much more. Continue reading

 

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

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

 

“We Know This Will Drive Book Sales”: A Conversation about the EGL Awards

Alex Dueben speaks with two of the people behind the recently announced slate of Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards. Continue reading

 

America as Haunted House: An Interview with Tim Lane

“I don’t think traditional comics will survive. But I’m trying one last gasp now before they go under completely.” Continue reading