Tag Archives: Interview

“I Wish I Could Do It All”: Jaime Hernandez Speaks to Katie Skelly

The GOAT sits down with Skelly, and she easily sidestepst the ten questions people always waste his time with. Continue reading

 

“I Wasn’t Writing About the Work I Find Most Valuable”: An Interview with Marc Singer

Noah Berlatsky talks to Marc Singer about putting in the work required if you’re going to be critical of criticism. Is the snake eating its tail? Hey pal–the tail is the best part! Continue reading

 

“It’s Still A Raw Nerve”: An Interview with James Sturm

James Sturm woke up getting conned in America, and he turned American lemons into some American lemonade. He spoke with Josh Kramer about the process, and the graphic novel that was the result: Off Season. Continue reading

 

“I’m Ninety and Sometimes When I Think About It I Get Worried.”: An Interview with Joe Giella

A 70 year career, a 64 year marriage, and a history with every part of comics that you can think of. A legend sat down with Alex Dueben, and we’ve got the transcript. Continue reading

 

“I Was Terrified – And Therefore, I Accepted”: An Interview with José Hernández

Alex Dueben spoke with award-winning Mexican cartoonist José Hernández about the recent US release of his Che Guevara graphic biography, and why the subject remains such a fertile one for artists and readers around the world. Continue reading

 

“An Incredible Feeling of Purpose”: An Interview with Ellen Forney

Ellen Forney’s Rock Steady is the first of its kind–and that’s partly because there’s never been anything quite like it: a how-to-survive manual in graphic novel form. Continue reading

 

“Your Own Terms At Your Own Pace”: An Interview with David Nuss

Dave Nuss spoke with Alex Dueben about the ups, downs, lefts and rights of Revival House Press, and what the future looks like for the respected micro-publisher. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Gary Thompson

Dead Reckoning’s Gary Thompson speaks about the war comics they just published, the war comics they’ve got coming, and what they like about war comics in general. Continue reading