Tag Archives: Kim Thompson
As one of the twin pillars of Fantagraphics Books, Kim Thompson helped the comics medium to grow up. He did so with the tough love of a strict parent, the internationally formed intelligence of a global citizen, and the abiding loyalty of an avid comics reader. Continue reading
The iconic MAD cartoonist spoke about his life and career in this interview from TCJ 128, 1989. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Jim Shooter; Kim Thompson on Tom Sutton; illustrations by John Cornell. Continue reading
Featuring interviews with Martin Pasko and Jenette Kahn; Reviews of WeirdWorld and The Avengers; a report on the Chicago Comicon. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Paul Levitz; Kim Thompson on Jack Kirby; a report on the San Francisco Comix Scene. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Joe Staton; reviews of Doonesbury, Batman, and the Superman movie; an essay on German comics. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Marv Wolfman; an essay by Marilyn Bethke; Jim Korkis on animation.