Comic Book Decalogue
Episode 33: Hannah Blumenreich
The The Immortal Bro and Spidey-Zine creator talks Mildred Louis, Stuart Immonen, Go For It, Nakamura!, and more.
Episode 32: Mike Dawson
The author of Rules for Dating My Daughter and Troop 142 discusses Boogie Nights, Oor Wullie, Eleanor Davis, and more.
Episode 31: Lauren Weinstein
The Normel Person and Goddess of Warcreator talks Aisha Franz, Gary Panter, Carol Tyler, and more.
Episode 30: Laura Lannes
The cartoonist behind By Monday I’ll Be Floating in the Hudson with the Other Garbage and the upcoming John, Dear discusses Laerte, Puiupo, and Sarah Manguso, as well as the uses–and perils–of humor in art.
Episode 29: Tom Kaczynski
The cartoonist and publisher behind Cartoon Dialectics and Beta Testing the Apocalypse talks the New Gods, comic shops, memes, nostalgia, and more.
Episode 28: Meags Fitzgerald
The Photobooth and Long Red Hair creator discusses Geneviève Castrée, Jillian and Mariko Tamaki, Ames Lettering Guide revelations, and her favorite circus art.
Episode 27: Whit Taylor
The creator of the newly released Ghost Stories talks Junji Ito, Meghan Turbitt, Jeffrey Brown, and more.
Episode 26: Rob Kirby LIVE
In this live episode, the man behind What’s Your Sign, Girl? and The Shirley Jackson Project discusses Eric Orner, Lynda Barry, Peanuts, and more.
Episode 25: Emil Ferris
Ferris (My Favorite Thing Is Monsters) talks superheroes and dada, politics and accessibility, Will Eisner, Ted Leo, and more.
Episode 24: Annie Mok
Annie Mok discusses Carta Monir, Emily Carroll, Satyajit Ray, and more.
Episode 23: Gina Wynbrandt
The creator of Someone Please Have Sex with Me talks Phoebe Gloeckner, Truth Zone, Chewing Gum, and more.
Episode 22: Katie Skelly
The My Pretty Vampire creator speaks on Kyoko Okazak, Dave Cooper, and Nabokov.
Episode 21: Michel Fiffe
Michel Fiffe (Copra, Zegas) talks Hellen Jo, Larry Hama, Ernie Colón, and more.
Episode 20: Matthew Thurber
The Infomaniacs and Art Comic creator discusses comics pedagogy, Rolling Blackouts, Victoria Lomasko, Michael McMillan, Dickens, Fantômas … this one goes everywhere.
Episode 19: Ben Sears
Ben Sears (Night Air, Volcano Trash) talks John Romita Jr. and Jacques Tati. Plus, the ultimate gag-strip faux pas!
Episode 18: Maggie Umber
On the eighteenth episode of Comic Book Decalogue, Maggie Umber (Time Capsule, Sound of Snow Falling) discusses Ron Wimberly, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, and the comics tastes of Guillermo del Toro.
Episode 17: Eddie Campbell (Part II)
On the seventeenth episode of Comic Book Decalogue, Eddie Campbell talks Jack Kirby’s place in the canon, Mary Perkins On Stage, and the hazards of autobiography.
Episode 16: Eddie Campbell (Part I)
On this episode, Eddie Campbell (Alec, Bacchus, From Hell) discusses the March trilogy, the early sports-page cartoonists, and much more.
Episode 15: Trungles
Trungles is a comics artist whose work is engaged with folklore, mythology, and vintage illustration, and who is included in the Mirror Mirror 2 anthology. In this episode, he talks Carolyn Nowak, Harry Clarke, Watchmen, and picture books.
Episode 14: Anders Nilsen
Nilsen (the upcoming A Walk in Eden) discusses Chester Brown, Daniel Higgs, and the art of the live comic reading. Poetry may be useless but this podcast is very good!
Episode 13: MariNaomi
The Turning Japanese creator talks Mardou’s Sky in Stereo, Bloom County, Cheryl Strayed, and much more. Plus, a fond farewell to a fan-favorite question.
Episode 12: Anna Bongiovanni
Discussing Manic Pixie Nightmare Girls!, Bread and Wine, Kiki Smith, and so much more.
Episode 11: Dean Haspiel
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.
Episode 10: Lane Milburn
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.