Tag Archives: Jason Lutes

Jason Lutes: Interview by Greg Stump

From The Comics Journal #228 (November 2000) In 1994, Jason Lutes released his debut graphic novel, the Xeric-funded Jar of Fools, to unusual praise. Perhaps the strongest and most visible endorsement came from Scott McCloud, who called the book “an … Continue reading

 

Berlin: City of Stones

In this review from The Comics Journal #242 (April 2002), Ron Evry talks about Lutes’ artistic choices, the graphic novel format and the scope of the project. Continue reading

 

“It’s Going to Be 600 Pages Long”: An Interview with Jason Lutes

In this extensive conversation with Josh Kramer, cartoonist Jason Lutes reckons with the twenty years of cartooning it took for him to reach the conclusion of his epic graphic novel, Berlin. Continue reading

 

The Minicomix Revolution Will Not Be Televised

The revolution will not be televised The revolution will not be brought to you by Xerox – Gil Scott-Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (1970) The humble, photocopied minicomic sprang into being in the early 1970s and has become a prime … Continue reading

 

The Megan Kelso Interview

In this interview from TCJ #216, Megan Kelso and Gary Groth talk about the latter’s artistic development, sex in comics, self-publishing minicomics in the 1990s, and much more: introduction by Jason Lutes (Berlin, CCS). Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 242, April 2002

Featuring an interview with Noel Sickles; an essay on Peanuts 2000. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 228, November 2000

Featuring interviews with Jason Lutes, Axel Alonso, Brian Azzarello, Dave Johnson, and Eduardo Risso. Continue reading