Tag Archives: Joe Coleman

Joe Coleman on Fine Art, Comics, and Charles Manson

In this installment of the Fine Arts and Cartoonists discussion series, Joe Coleman talks about the emotional roots of his work, ranging from Hieronymous Bosch to ’50s schlock cinema. Continue reading

 

Fine Art and Cartoonists Roundtable

In this unpublished conversation from 2012, Michael Dooley sits down with artists Marc Bell, Joe Coleman, Esther Pearl Watson, and Robert Williams to discuss the place and value of comics in the realm of fine arts. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 170, August 1994

Interviews with Joe Coleman and Mark Martin; Jack Kirby’s legacy; comics in the classroom.