Grownups Can’t Play | James Kochalka

January 21, 2008 0

A prolific comics creator and musician (under the name James Kochalka Superstar), artist James Kochalka documents the little things that make life worth living every day in his online comics diary American Elf. "If living […]

Over-Caffeinated | Shannon Wheeler

January 3, 2008 0

The creator of Too Much Coffee Man talks about his cartooning technique, his new collection of comic strips Screw Heaven, When I Die I’m Going To Mars, and the most surreal comics offshoot in history: […]

Superstar Machine, pt. 2 | Derec Donovan

December 27, 2007 0

In the second part of our two-part look at the hotly anticpated relaunch of Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood, artist Derec Donovan reveals how he landed the gig, the challenges of drawing a team book, and his chemistry […]

Superstar Machine, pt. 1 | Joe Casey

December 20, 2007 0

Celebrity culture and superheroes collide in Youngblood, one of the most unexpected and hotly anticipated relaunches of 2008. In the first of a two-part look at this new take on Rob Liefeld’s classic creation, we […]

Grad Student-Turned-Hero | Shon C. Bury talks Nox

October 23, 2007 0

Returning from an extended hiatus from the comics industry, writer Shon C. Bury maps Joseph Campbell’s Hero Cycle "onto a world of urban hipsters and grad students" in his first creator-owned graphic novel.  

Zero Gravity | Laika’s Nick Abadzis

October 15, 2007 0

 In his emotionally moving new graphic novel, British cartoonist Nick Abadzis tackles the tale of Laika, the pooch who became the first earthling to enter outer space.  

Out of the Shadows, Part 2 | Kris Simon

October 3, 2007 0

In the second part of our two-part look at Jim Valentino’s branch of Image Comics, Shadowline editor Kris Simon gives us a peek behind the scenes and reveals some of the hot new projects to […]

Out of the Shadows, Part 1 | Jim Valentino

October 1, 2007 0

In the first part of a two-part look at Shadowline, Image Comics founder Jim Valentino chats about his new autobiographical series Drawing From Life and the publishing philosophy behind his own corner of the Image brand.

Crush! Kill! Destroy! | Jeffrey Brown

August 9, 2007 0

Best known for heartfelt autobiographical comics like Clumsy, Jeffrey Brown flexes his comedic muscles in the Transformers parody The Incredible Change-Bots. In this wide-ranging interview, Brown discusses both his serious and not-so-serious side, plus gives […]

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