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.
At the sound of the gun, you’re gonna run like the bullet’s behind you.
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.
Ryan C. explores a standout contemporary horror comics anthology: artist/editor/publisher Harry Nordlinger’s Vacuum Decay.
I am rubber, you are glue; bounce off me, and stick to NEWS.
Once again, William Schwartz takes a look at contemporary webtoons – this time, Jang E’s popular tale of street-level, politically-aware superheroes, The Uncanny Counter.
Canadian arts and culture writer Vincent Cherniak presents a free-form appreciation of the latest release from veteran cartoonist Seth, with special appearances by critic Dominick Grace and cartoonist Charles Jaffe.
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.
Standing before the wicked team of horses, saying “I will tame you.”
Out in North Carolina, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Morgan’s Comics seeks to be a community gathering place. Zach sits down with Morgan Albritton herself to hear about how it’s going.
Your wretched editor writes about Chantal Montellier’s newly-translated Social Fiction and Frédéric Coché’s new, needs-no-translation L’Almageste.
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.
Two dozen crabs on the trawl, and one of them is mine.
Longtime retailer and comics distributor Bud Plant remembers a friend: the collector, historian and publisher Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr., who died earlier this month.
Jason is chasing that strange alchemy of words and pictures, and with him is cartoonist Oliver East and illustrator/philosopher Helen De Cruz.
I’m sorry… I’m so distraught that the local pretzel stand burned down… I can’t write anything, I’m sorry…
Matt Petras discusses Dear Mini, a memoir of friendship in troubled times, with author Natalie Norris – a Center for Cartoon Studies graduate releasing her first collected book.
Remembering a generous curator, an avid collector, an astute connoisseur – Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. died this past week, aged 76.
Slipping on my dancin’ shoes to terrorize the club.
Tegan examines the work of cartoonist Katie Skelly, with a special emphasis on the new, expanded re-release of her erotic comics collection The Agency.