Tag Archives: S. Clay Wilson
In 1997, at an age when most men’s life planning turns toward Social Security, Malcolm Whyte launched a new career. He had formerly published books and he wanted to again. But what books and on what scale? Continue reading
A visit with S. Clay Wilson and Lorraine Chamberlin and an update on the state of the artist’s health. Continue reading
Bob Levin and the legendary underground artist and Zap contributor engage in a hearty discussion. Continue reading
A career-spanning conversation on design, comics, Zap, and the politics of art. Originally published in TCJ 246, 2002. Continue reading
Featuring interviews with Joe Matt, S. Clay Wilson, and Alex Robinson. 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
Featuring an interview with Rick Veitch; Bob Levin on S. Clay Wilson; a critical look at Marvels.