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“I Spent Seven Years in the Belly of the Beast”: An Interview with Jamal Igle

We talk to the Molly Danger and Dragonflyman artist about rethinking his career, getting older, why historical sales numbers may be misleading, and getting into arguments on Twitter. Continue reading

 

New Publisher Dead Reckoning Tries a Big Entrance to the War Genre

Daniel Schindel takes a look at two of the launch titles from Dead Reckoning, the Naval Institute Press’ new comics imprint, to see what they have to say about war. Continue reading

 

Painting the Town with Brecht Evens

We catch up with the Flemish artist after the publication of his fifth major book, which is also the subject of an exhibition in Paris opening this Thursday. Continue reading

 

I Like Testing the Audience’s Patience: An Interview with Patrick Kyle

A discussion with the innovative Toronto artist and comics-maker behind Don’t Come In Here and Distance Mover. Continue reading

 

Why Does the 12-Inch-Tall Piano Player Sing?

The return of pirate cartoonist Dan O’Neill Continue reading

 

“Things Have Shifted”: An Interview with Liza Donnelly

Liza Donnelly talks about her career at The New Yorker, the “Funny Ladies” show at the Society of Illustrators, and what you do next when you break your drawing arm. Continue reading

 

“I Didn’t Want to Draw a Psychological Portrait of These Men I Despise”: An Interview with Catherine Meurisse

A frank and searing conversation with Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Catherine Meurisse about her graphic memoir, Lightness, recently translated for English readers. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: House In The Jungle

Thanks to Koyama Press, we’re pleased to share this excerpt of Nathan Gelgud’s latest work, House In The Jungle. In it, a potent pineapple dealing hermit’s transcendental quest is disrupted by the encroaching townspeople he supplies. Then things get weird!