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“I’m Excited for People to Meet My Other Cartoon Children”: An Interview with Dana Simpson

I was an occasional reader of Ozy and Millie, the webcomic from Dana Simpson that ended in 2008. Simpson then landed a deal with Universal UClick to develop a new comic strip and what emerged was Phoebe and Her Unicorn. … Continue reading

 

“I Just Didn’t Care About Doing Anything Else”: An Interview with Rob Guillory

Coming off the career making success of Chew, artist Rob Guillory returns to his roots, in more ways than pun, with Farmhand. It’s being published by Image and colored by Taylor Wells–but everything else is up to Rob. Alex Dueben has the score! Continue reading

 

“I Want to Make a Haven”: An Interview with Niki Smith

Niki Smith discusses the genesis of her erotic graphic novel set in the world of cosplay conventions, why pink makes for better sex scenes then the color blue, and what comics she has planned next. Continue reading

 

Understanding Detroit: The Nonfiction Work of Anne Elizabeth Moore & Melissa Mendes

When you’re looking for the way into a complicated news story about what’s been happening in Detroit, it helps to be able to pull the cat card. Continue reading

 

The Beguiling

Founded in 1987, The Beguiling has set a new standard in Canada for comics and graphic novel retail. Showcasing the largest selection of alternative, underground and avant-garde graphic story telling in the country, The Beguiling has a worldwide reputation for excellence. Peter Birkemoe has the deets! Continue reading

 

Eli Valley and The Plight of the Secular Jew

“Over how many years, decades, or centuries are we supposed to be in dialogue with people who not only refuse to acknowledge our authenticity but who are all-in in a project of ethnic-cleansing?” Continue reading

 

“I’m Not Sure Anybody Cares but It Allowed Me More Freedom”: A Conversation with Max de Radigues

It’s Cartoonist Vs. Cartoonist, and Chuck Forsman has Max de Radigues in the hotseat to talk about his latest graphic novel Weegee, the French version of a co-op and what trick Max uses to keep his feet moving. Continue reading

 

Empathy through Ennui: A Conversation with Nick Drnaso

Nick Drnaso sits down with The Comics Journal to talk about his newly released graphic novel Sabrina, including the reasons he cancelled its publication upon completion last year! Continue reading