Tag Archives: Will Eisner


Will Eisner’s Star Jaws

1978 was a big year for Will Eisner. He invented… that thing where you take a massive pop culture hit, and lazily sort of mash it up with another massive pop culture hit. (He didn’t really invent that. Or the graphic novel.) Continue reading


“I’ve Already Forgot What I Said to You, But I Know It’s the Truth”: The Testimony of Jean-Pierre Dionnet

The indefatigable co-founder of Métal Hurlant and Les Humanoïdes Associés holds forth on life, art, crime, war, and his return to English translation. Continue reading



A critical look at a book of conversations between Will Eisner and Frank Miller. Continue reading

Racism in Comics

Racism as a Stylistic Choice and other Notes

Some notes on race and comics which attempt to bring some nuance and complexity to a frustrating debate by bringing some historical facts to the table. Continue reading

Hold Me! ©1960 Jules Feiffer

The Jules Feiffer Interview

The most comprehensive interview with cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter and novelist Jules Feiffer from TCJ 124, 1988. Continue reading


Will Eisner: Having Something to Say

A 1968 interview with Eisner, later published in TCJ 267, 2005. Continue reading

Issue 46

Archive Viewer: Issue 46

Featuring an interview with Will Eisner; reviews of Superman and Jack C. Harris’s Wonder Woman; an essay on X-Men. Continue reading

Issue 274

The Comics Journal No. 274, February 2006

Featuring interviews with Mike Ploog and Sophie Crumb; Greg Sadowski on early Kurtzman comics. Continue reading