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- Subscribe! Fall 2015Get Sam Alden‘s New Construction, Caitlin Skaalrud‘s Houses of the Holy and The Deaths of Henry King from super-star creative team Jesse Ball, Brian Evenson and Lille Carre in one swoop, for the complete price of $55 (shipping included unless international). That’s 520 pages from 5 very talented authors. Plus, as the above graphic notes, you’ll receive 3 free mini comics as part […]
- The Comics Journal interviews Anders NilsenFellow Minneapolis cartoonist Anders Nilsen spoke with Marc Sobel about his upbringing, work and forthcoming sketchbook collection. Sobel: Did you see Love and Rockets at that point? Nilsen: Yeah, Love and Rockets. I came across Clowes at that point, too, although I just thought he was too weird. I didn’t get it. (laughs) I picked up Eightball #1, […]
- Paste Magazine interviews Jason LittleTobias Carroll spoke with Jason Little about the process behind Borb and his duties teaching at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Paste: Do you find that teaching has had any effect on writing and drawing comics as well? Little: Definitely. It’s pretty important to me. And it’s kind of cool that it’s […]
- Incidents in the Night in The L.A. TimesFor the Los Angeles Times, David Ulin reviewed David B.’s Incidents in the Night, specially Book 2. Yet to read “Incidents in the Night” as commentary or analogue to “Epileptic” is to miss the point. No, what David B. is doing is to push beyond the bounds of ordinary reality, with Jean-Christophe as vehicle. If […]