The cartoonist behind The Quitter and Beef with Tomato talks the dual impacts of Jack Kirby and Prince, as well as his new serial, The Red Hook.
Milburn (Twelve Gems) discusses halting his Vice strip Envoy, a ‘lazy river’ theory of comics-making, the Closed Caption Comics group, and polarizing creators from R. Crumb to Frank Miller.
the creator of School Spirits and Band for Life (as well as a Kramers Ergot 9 contributor)–talks Lauren Weinstein, Slug and Lettuce, The Sculptor, and more.
Bell discusses Ulli Lust, This Dog Barking, and getting good advice from some surprising sources. All this and a cameo from Aidan Koch!
Inés Estrada talks Amanda Vähämäki, Crumb, and Bryan Lee O’Malley. Plus, a brief preview of 2016 in comics.
In this double-sized holiday edition, Dylan Horrocks discusses the magic of Tove Jansson, the problems of late-period Eisner, and the troubled legacy of Dave Sim. All that, and a special guest drops by!
On the fifth installment of Comic Book Decalogue, the Crickets #5 creator talks Edward Hopper and the evolution of Kramers Ergot.
Talking to the creator of Wuvable Oaf, and the team behind publisher 2D Cloud.
Yumi Sakugawa (I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You, Ikebana) talks meditation, Megahex, and linework as handwriting.
On the second installment of Comic Book Decalogue, cartoonist Caitlin Skaalrud (Houses of the Holy) talks mermaids, art school, and Midwestern border feuds.
On the debut installment of Comic Book Decalogue, cartoonist Josh Simmons (Black River, The Furry Trap) answers ten questions about formative comics, bad decisions, his parents, and more.