Written by Jason Green Monday, 01 October 2007 07:21
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.
Written by Gabe Bullard Thursday, 09 August 2007 17:00
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 a glimpse at what else he has coming down the pike.
Written by Jason Green Tuesday, 31 July 2007 17:00
In an expansive interview, the Hellboy creator looks back on his entire career, from the early days at Marvel and DC to the creation and development of Hellboy, and looks ahead at where the demon-turned-paranormal investigator is headed in the next chapter of his life.
Written by Nick Main Wednesday, 04 July 2007 13:54
St. Louis-based writer/artist Matt Kindt is conducting a pair of workshops on creating comics in conjunction with the St. Louis Public Library. Kindt gives us the skinny on what it takes to create a comic, and what books light his creative fires.
Written by Jason Green Monday, 23 April 2007 05:40
The crime comics renaissance continues with this new miniseries. Writer Steven Grant gives us the skinny.
Written by Jason Green Tuesday, 17 April 2007 02:40
The writer behind Transmetropolitan, Planetary, and Marvel's hot new Thunderbolts put his uniquely deranged imagination to work on a brand-new series from Avatar this July. Here, Ellis chats up some of the preliminary details.
Written by Jason Green Sunday, 14 January 2007 06:51
Adam Chamberlain is a diehard Christian who was saving himself sexually for his true love. When she's brutally murdered, his faith isn't the only thing left on shaky ground. Writer Steven T. Seagle catches us up on what's happened so far and gives a peek into the book's third story arc, which kicks off this month.
Written by Jason Green Thursday, 16 November 2006 17:00
St. Louisans Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt bring life to a visceral blend of the gangland underworld of the Roarin' '20s with the real underworld of ghouls and goblins.
Written by Jason Green Monday, 23 October 2006 01:26The famed author of the coming-of-age tale Persepolis is back with a new graphic novel, Chicken With Plums, and two appearances in St. Louis this October.
Written by Jason Green Monday, 02 October 2006 02:34
The foremost authority on comics as a medium returns with his latest book, Making Comics. "This is very much about what happens on the page," says McCloud, "but this time with a practical bent to it, and a focus on the act of actually creating comics."
Sunday, 25 June 2006 16:00"I'm specifically writing it to not focus on those things. The first job of any CSI story is to be a CSI story, and they have specific rhythms and requirements."
Written by Jason Green Friday, 02 June 2006 03:30"Shojo manga explore themes such as emotion, identity, and love—they ruminate on the internal world of their characters. In this way, they are relevant to everyone."
Written by Jason Green Sunday, 30 April 2006 12:00
Oeming admits, however, that she is "one of the very first of the bad girls—at least in the modern sense. She's original gangsta."
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 13:03
I think Axel got him really drunk and had his name on the dotted line before he sobered up. Having Dave come onto the book has been a huge blessing. Not only does his name lend enormous credibility, but there’s also the fact that he can draw a little. And by “a little” I mean he’s fucking amazing.
Monday, 27 February 2006 14:16
Though both Kurtz and Williams have been unfairly stigmatized as niche artists, Williams assures that even the most jaded anti-geek will find plenty in Justin to chuckle at.
Saturday, 31 December 2005 11:21Early on, their adventures took a turn toward the fantastic, as Perry conjured an epic battle between the werewolf, were-cheetah, and were-rat clans, a battle in which Brittany, as the last surviving member of her family, has a vital stake.
Written by Jason Green Monday, 31 October 2005 17:00
The Savage Dragon creator catches us up on the state of Image Comics, one year after taking over as publisher.
Written by Jason Green Friday, 30 September 2005 17:00
After announcing at Wizard World Chicago 2005 that he was jumping from DC to Marvel, superstar writer Jeph Loeb catches us up on the end of his runs on Supergirl and Superman/Batman and his upcoming work with Joe Madureira on the hotly anticipated Ultimates 3.
Written by Jason Green Sunday, 31 July 2005 17:00
The author behind Box Office Poison returns with Tricked, his first original graphic novel. In our first ever Panel Discussion interview, we get the scoop.
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