Tag Archives: Jaime Hernandez

Groth and Thompson in a photo taken to accompany their interview in David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview magazine, circa 1981

“Everything Was in Season”: Fantagraphics from 1978–1984

An excerpt from We Told You So: Comics as Art, the long-awaited and exhaustive oral history of Fantagraphics Books. This chapter’s topics include the wisdom of Gil Kane and Art Spiegelman and the growth of the Fantagraphics publishing family: Amazing Heroes, Nemo and … comic books Continue reading

 
Circa early 1990s.

Tributes to Kim Thompson

Memories from David B., Peter Bagge, Mike Catron, Daniel Clowes, Helena G. Harvilicz, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Paul Karasik, Jason T. Miles, Tony Millionaire, Pat Moriarty, Eric Reynolds, Richard Sala, Joe Sacco, Chris Ware, and many others. Continue reading

 
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The Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez Interview

Catching up with the artists of Love and Rockets. Continue reading

 
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SDCC12: Love and Rockets 30th Anniversary Panel

Publisher Gary Groth interviews Gilbert, Jaime and Mario Hernandez about 30 years of cartooning Love and Rockets. Filmed by Justin Bloch and David McCloud. Continue reading

 
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One-Artist Anthology Comics

As if it weren’t enough that comics are the domain of the obsessive control freak, there is a cartooning sect that perfectly defines the creative mania responsible for some of our greatest works: the one-artist anthology. This is its history. Continue reading

 
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Robert Crumb—Live Online: The Interview That Didn’t Happen

After their Australian confab was cancelled Crumb and Groth had their conversation anyway, with guest questions from a variety of cartoonists. Continue reading

 
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The Best: Jaime Hernandez’s “The Love Bunglers”

An appreciation of a contemporary masterpiece. Continue reading

 
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Frank Santoro and Adrian Tomine on “The Love Bunglers”

A couple of tributes to Jaime Hernandez’s latest. Continue reading