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Fuck You, Death: Thoughts on Finishing My Friend’s Last Book

The cartoonist Anders Nilsen describes the experience and labor of helping to bring Geneviève Castrée’s final book, A Bubble, to publication. Continue reading

 

Switching Gears: Annie Koyama Will Shutter Press in 2021 to Focus on Patronage

“There are no strings attached. Once I decide to work with an artist, as I have always done with the press, I put enough trust in them and their project not to interfere. They don’t need my creative help, they need money.” Continue reading

 

“Expectations Are Right Next Door to Demands”: A David Brothers Profile

From blogger to critic, from California to Portland, from Image to Viz–David Brothers is a name you already know, or soon will. In this exclusive profile, Alec Berry unpacks a career whose trajectory is all its own. Continue reading

 

“I’m Excited for People to Meet My Other Cartoon Children”: An Interview with Dana Simpson

I was an occasional reader of Ozy and Millie, the webcomic from Dana Simpson that ended in 2008. Simpson then landed a deal with Universal UClick to develop a new comic strip and what emerged was Phoebe and Her Unicorn. … Continue reading

 

“A Process Not a Product”: An Interview with Ronald Wimberly

The creator of Prince of Cats and Black History in Its Own Words talks about his new magazine, art school, animation, and Walt Disney. Continue reading

 

Ellen Forney, Megan Kelso and Raina Telgemeier on Process

Raina Telgemeier, Megan Kelso and Ellen Forney discuss the period in between projects. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Kingdom/Order

In this exclusive excerpt from Reid Psaltis’ graphic novel Kingdom/Order, we ride shotgun with one man on his symbol-laden journey through the relationship between human and beast. Continue reading

 

“I Just Didn’t Care About Doing Anything Else”: An Interview with Rob Guillory

Coming off the career making success of Chew, artist Rob Guillory returns to his roots, in more ways than pun, with Farmhand. It’s being published by Image and colored by Taylor Wells–but everything else is up to Rob. Alex Dueben has the score! Continue reading