Tag Archives: Sloane Leong

“Comics Are the Best Way to Meet My Needs”: Sloane Leong Talks to Pao-yen Ding

Cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke via email with Pao-yen Ding about why he chose comics, his efforts in interpreting his dreams, and how he used the residency. Continue reading

 

“I Left with the Mission to Level Up”: Sloane Leong Talks to Glynnis Fawkes

Cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she’s speaking with Glynnis Fawkes about her comics work on black holes, literary titans and middle grade historical fiction. Continue reading

 

“I’m Very Interested in Cartooning as a Language”: Sloane Leong Talks to Antonio Hitos

Cartoonist and critic Leong is speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she talks to Hitos about his “Noise” project, Charles Schulz, and whether or not he’s being too strict with himself. Continue reading

 

“What’s Your Secret?”: Sloane Leong Talks to Rebecca Roher

In the first of a series, cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong spoke with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she’s speaking with Rebecca Roher about Roher’s One Hundred Year Old Wisdom project. Continue reading

 

The Plight of the Superhero Comic Book

Working his way through a stack of recent mainstream and alternative superhero comics, Ken Parille finds many drowning in clichés and a few that get it right. Continue reading

 

Take The Fox, At Least: An Interview with Nivedita Sekar

Sloane Leong speaks with Nivedita Sekar about the inspiration behind her upcoming comic, Your Mother’s Fox. Continue reading

 

Discussing Sports and Comics with Sloane Leong

The From Under Mountains and Maps to the Suns creator talks about her new project, the importance of dynamic accuracy, and good sports comics—or the lack thereof. Continue reading

 
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