Tag Archives: Richard Sala

Remembering Richard Sala

Richard Sala’s editor and longtime friend, Fantagraphics Associate Publisher Eric Reynolds looks back at the experience of working with the artist, who passed away unexpectedly last month. Continue reading



A remembrance of cartoonist Richard Sala, by his longtime friend Daniel Clowes. Continue reading


Richard Sala 1955-2020

We look back at the life and work of cartoonist Richard Sala, who passed away at the age of 65. Continue reading


“Somebody Has to Pay for the Sins of Our Great-Great-Grandfathers”: A Richard Sala Interview

The veteran artist behind macabre masterworks such as The Chuckling Whatsit and The Hidden discusses his recent work, the appeal and dangers of creating disturbing art, lessons learned from Dick Tracy, and the politics of horror. Continue reading


The Richard Sala Interview by Darcy Sullivan

In this 1998 interview, Richard Sala discusses his genre influences, style, and pop culture obsession. Continue reading


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


Following a Thread

Manara, Raymond, Caniff, professionalism and Frankenstein. Continue reading


The Comics Journal No. 253, June 2003

Featuring interviews with Robert Williams and Mark Newgarden; Richard Sala’s sketchbook. Continue reading

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