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“They Changed My Life”: An Interview with Bill Schelly

A discussion with the comics scholar and Harvey Kurtzman biographer about his new memoir of growing up as a gay comics fan, the difference between fandom and criticism, the reality of comics as a profession, and his experiences with Steve Ditko. Continue reading

 

“Getting to the Heart of the Matter”: The John Porcellino Interview (Part Two)

The conclusion of our career-spanning interview with the King-Cat artist and key figure in the minicomics movement. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: A Western World

Thanks to Koyama Press, we’re pleased to share an excerpt from A Western World, Michael DeForge’s upcoming graphic novel, to be released this month. Continue reading

 

“Getting to the Heart of the Matter”: The John Porcellino Interview (Part One)

When I first approached John Porcellino to do an interview back in 2012, he said that he really wanted to talk about his work. None of his previous interviews had ever simply zeroed in on the actual content of his … Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Mean Girls Club Pink Dawn

The Mean Girls are out for blood in this timely revenge fantasy that speaks to our deepest desires for awful, corrupt men to get what’s coming to ‘em! Filled with mayhem, misandry, and more danger than you can shake a stiletto at, get ready for a chaotic, bloody ride. Continue reading

 

Profound, Frightening, Childlike, and Ancient: A Conversation with Justin Duerr

The editor of The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works & Worlds of Herbert Crowley talks about one of the most mysterious, obsession-inspiring artists in comics history. Continue reading

 

“Total Freedom Is Awful”: An Interview with Hope Larson

With a new book landing in stores and a book tour about to begin, Hope Larson talks to Martyn Pedler about the choices she’s made to have an artistic career, and the work that has been produced as a result. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: XTC69

Explorers from an all-women planet have found men to breed with, but have they found studs or duds? Find out in this except from Jessica Campbell’s upcoming graphic novel with Koyama Press! Continue reading