Fiffe Files: Kyle Baker

It’s Kyle Baker’s birthday today so wish him a happy birthday over on Facebook, visit his blog, leave a comment, and buy tons of his books while you’re at it. For the occasion, I wanted to spark a discussion about the differences between digital vs hand drawn comic art. What better artist to focus on […]

The Fiffe Files: Mark Badger, Part 3

By MICHEL FIFFE for The Beat Previously in part 1 and part 2, Badger spoke of his breaking into comics, his approach to character icons, and his collaborations. In this final installment, he catches us up on the Instant Piano anthology series, being an activist, digital drawing, unionizing artists, and prioritizing the cartooning lifestyle. Michel […]

The Fiffe Files: Mark Badger, Part 2

[Continuing Michel Fiffe’s interview with artist Mark Badger. Part 1 can be found here.] By MICHEL FIFFE for the Beat In this second round (out of three), Mark Badger sheds some light on collaborating with J.M. DeMatteis, co-creating the Mask, being influenced by Howard Chaykin, cultural significance in “realistic” art, the virtues of Jim Shooter, […]