The longtime industry editor and newly-minted Eisner Hall of Fame inductee reflects on business, technology, industry politics, and an unyielding passion for comics.
As part of her chronicle of comics in Toronto, Kim Jooha sits down for an oeuvre-wide talk with Jillian Tamaki, one of the most prominent practitioners on the scene.
Jason Bergman sits down with Caroline Cash, the Ignatz-winning creator of the ongoing solo anthology series PeePee PooPoo, and bigger projects to come.
Veteran cartoonist Bill Griffith speaks candidly about his new graphic novel on the life of Nancy creator Ernie Bushmiller, and his new comic book tribute to his late wife, Diane Noomin.
Spotlight on lettering, as RJ Casey chats with Dean Sudarsky, cartoonist and English letterer for prominent French and Japanese cartoonists published in translation by New York Review Comics.
Since 2017, Charles Glaubitz has been exploring cosmic/comic symbols through his signature series, Starseeds. Mark Peters sits down with the artist to discuss method and metaphor.
A rising star in contemporary kids’ comics and ‘hybrid’ comics/prose novels for middle grade audiences, multi-award-winning cartoonist Remy Lai discusses the mythology behind her latest release.
The movie adaptation of Adrian Tomine’s Shortcomings is in theaters now, and Jean Marc Ah-Sen has an interview with the screenwriter: Mr. Adrian Tomine.
Hagai sits down with one of the quintessential 2000 AD artists: Arthur Ranson, whose body of work stretches back to the early 1970s, and continues to expand online today.
Blasting though the realms of perception, Jean Marc Ah-Sen astral links with Tradd Moore, artist of a decade’s worth of lysergic genre comics and auteur of the soon-to-be-collected Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise.
Jason is chasing that strange alchemy of words and pictures, and with him is cartoonist Oliver East and illustrator/philosopher Helen De Cruz.
Catching up with the unmistakable artist of Orc Stain, some standout Godzilla and Alien comics, and the ongoing martial arts saga Orphan and the Five Beasts.
Sit yourself down for a career-spanning interview with eclectic cartoonist, illustrator and musician Leah Hayes – everything from dreams to songwriting to craft and parenthood is covered, as the artist tours her first children’s book.
In this excerpt from the “Fair Warning” column in The Comics Journal #309—introducing readers to up-and-coming artists—the cartoonist, teacher and self-publisher Hyena Hell talks to Kristy Valenti about movement and backgrounds in her work.
In this excerpt from The Comics Journal #309, cartoonist, self-publisher and distributor Inés Estrada talks to cartoonist, self-publisher and distributor John Porcellino.
Jason chats with Tom Kaczynski of Uncivilized Books about the potential impacts of AI and its “slick magic.”
Montreal-based cartoonist, bookseller and video artist Arizona O’Neill wants to know what happiness means to artists. So, she conducted interviews with a dozen of them, and drew them as comics. Jean Marc Ah-Sen talks to her about this project, collected last year in book form.
In this excerpt from Gary Groth’s interview with Annie Koyama from The Comics Journal #309, the two independent comics publishers talk about taste, editing and aesthetics.
Two artists in discussion, as MariNaomi chats with Rina Ayuyang on the topic of Ayuyang’s new period mystery comic, The Man in the McIntosh Suit.