Tag Archives: Kevin Huizenga

“One Thing Leads to Another”: An Interview with Kevin Huizenga

“I don’t think about it in that way. At this point, that’s the way that I draw and the way that I write. It’s not a choice. It’s just the way I do it.” Continue reading

 

Memoirs of an Insomnious Man: Kevin Huizenga’s “The River at Night”

What happens when a dedicated insomniac reviews a book about a man who cannot sleep? Action as you have never seen. Continue reading

 

All There Is: Andrew White On Kevin Huizenga

In 2017, Andrew White took a look at Kevin Huizenga’s Ganges in a zine called All There Is. In advance of White and Huizenga’s soon to be published TCJ interview, we’re pleased to republish that zine digitally. Continue reading

 

Where I’m Coming From (Part 1)

The minicomics and zines that shaped the columnist’s aesthetics. Continue reading

 

Getting Material: A Short Interview with Ben Katchor

Comics, unions, and process with the author of Cheap Novelties. Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (2/17/16 – The Real Date Today)

“Oh thank god I got this done on time, my readers almost missed out on Franken Fran!” Continue reading

 

The Kevin Huizenga Interview

Baseball, Buddhism, comics, and philosophy with the author of Ganges. Continue reading

 

Comics Survey: Word / Art, Part I

In Part I of this two-part survey, Ken Parille reviews twelve comic books and graphic novels, paying attention to the words they use. Continue reading

 
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