“It’s Like A Miracle”: An Interview with the Underground Cartoonist and Visionary Artist Barbara “Willy” Mendes
Brian Doherty sits down with a true original of American art, as Barbara “Willy” Mendes discusses underground comics, religious painting, psychedelic music and much more.
Simon Deitch, 1947-2022
Remembering the late underground cartoonist: a complicated natural talent, and a child of 20th century American pop culture.
Remembering Justin Green
An extraordinary group of artists, friends and admirers has been gathered by John Kelly to pay tribute to the great Justin Green, one of the most influential and powerful storytellers of the underground generation.
“But On The Other Hand, It’s Great Story Fodder:” A Conversation with Kim Deitch
Master cartoonist Kim Deitch speaks with Bill Kartalopoulos about his latest release, Reincarnation Stories, and the lifetimes it took to get it made.
Getting Weirdo at the Society of Illustrators
Kim Deitch, Drew Friedman, Glenn Head, John Holmstrom, Mark Newgarden, and Art Spiegelman had a wide-ranging conversation about the 1980s anthology era.
In 1997, at an age when most men’s life planning turns toward Social Security, Malcolm Whyte launched a new career. He had formerly published books and he wanted to again. But what books and on what scale?
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (10/16/13 – Surreptitious Frenzy)
Whole lot of big-ticket releases this week, chasing some damn obscure cinema. Imagine!
Robert Crumb—Live Online: The Interview That Didn’t Happen
After their Australian confab was cancelled Crumb and Groth had their conversation anyway, with guest questions from a variety of cartoonists.
Part 10: Cartoon Tunes
In which our man goes digging, completes a comic book, and makes a radical new discovery.
Part 6: Almost Adult
Heading into new waters.
Part 5: Rocking Forward
Our man really starts growing up…
Part 4: Rock ‘n Roll
It’s time to rock.
Part 2: An Early Education
Jazz, folk and the ’40s.
Filing Kim Deitch
Reading Kim Deitch means reading Kim Deitch about Kim Deitch, and burrowing into a 20th century history of his own creation.