L. Nichols: Day Three
If you have to fly cross country with little kids for a wedding, the least the wedding can do is have the decency to take the place in Monterey, ya feel me?
L. Nichols: Day Two
You may get a plane ride, but that doesn’t mean there is a free pass when puppets enter the picture. L. Nichols: we do what we can.
L Nichols: Day One
There is no more challenging roll of the dice than putting kids on a plane. L Nichols isn’t keeping score, but if he was: get that gold medal ready.
“Change Is the Only Thing I Do Like”: An Interview with L. Nichols
Nichols says he’s always drawn – horses and maps were his favorites – but he was introduced to comics while studying mechanical engineering at MIT. Flocks is his autobiographical book about growing up in the South, keeping secrets from his family and church, and coming to terms with his identity first as queer and then… Read more »
The Top 30 Minicomics of 2011
What it sounds like. Rob Clough picks his thirty favorite minicomics from last year.
The Louisiana-born, Brooklyn-based 28-year-old MIT grad produces work at a slightly dizzying rate, in such a wide range of styles, genres, and formats that picking a logical starting point is difficult.