Tag Archives: Richard Sala
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
In this 1998 interview, Richard Sala discusses his genre influences, style, and pop culture obsession. Continue reading
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
Featuring interviews with Robert Williams and Mark Newgarden; Richard Sala’s sketchbook. Continue reading
Featuring an interview with Richard Sala; an essay by David Beronä and Chris Lanier. Continue reading
Featuring interviews with Robert Williams and Mark Newgarden; the Tundra/Kitchen Sink debacle; a Richard Sala sketchbook.