Moebius’s Last: Le Maître à La Fin
Great cartoonists get weirder as they get older; as a general rule they stop expanding the scope of their work and drill down into old obsessions, attempting to answer the few fundamental questions that hindsight makes obvious they’ve been asking all along. Like Herriman or Ditko or Alan Moore, Moebius became more idiosyncratic and introspective with age, often seemingly in search only of himself.
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (11/2/16 – Saints & Souls)
Fattened with cocoa and covered in egg, here we go again.
“I’ve Already Forgot What I Said to You, But I Know It’s the Truth”: The Testimony of Jean-Pierre Dionnet
The indefatigable co-founder of Métal Hurlant and Les Humanoïdes Associés holds forth on life, art, crime, war, and his return to English translation.
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (3/14/12 – 2 or 3 Things I Know About Gir)
Homage to a horny goof.
Jean “Moebius” Giraud, 1938-2012
Jean Giraud, the French cartoonist best known by his pen name “Moebius,” died Saturday in a Paris hospital after a lengthy battle with cancer, at the age of 73.
Tributes to Jean “Moebius” Giraud
An ongoing series of tributes to Moebius from his fellow artists.
An Interview With Jean “Moebius” Giraud
Kim Thompson’s 1987 interview.
“I Feel Myself Like a Genius and a Sacred Whore”: A Few Questions for Alejandro Jodorowsky
Submitted for the promotion of mental and spiritual health worldwide.
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (6/29/11 – Within Reach)
Exotic surprises are in store for you as we examine the upcoming releases of… Not the United States!!