Tag Archives: Robert Crumb
Discussed: The approaches various media have taken to the same source material, Crumb’s personal religious beliefs and what it’s like to bring to light some of the less savory Bible stories. Continue reading
In 1971 Justin Green’s Binky Brown started a revolution. Here’s what happened next. Continue reading
A career-spanning conversation on design, comics, Zap, and the politics of art. Originally published in TCJ 246, 2002. Continue reading
An intense, revealing interview with Phoebe Gloeckner originally published in The Comics Journal 261, 2004—now with a new postscript from Gary Groth. Continue reading
Featuring interviews with Mike Ploog and Sophie Crumb; Greg Sadowski on early Kurtzman comics. Continue reading
Featuring interviews of Bill Willingham and Bob Haney; reviews of Fun Home, Zap Comix #15, and more; a tribute to Jaxon. Continue reading
Interviews with Art Spiegelman and Robert Crumb; sketchbook by Spiegelman.
Featuring interviews with Clive Barker and Dame Darcy; an editorial on Jim Shooter.