One of the things I liked most about the first issue of SELF/MADE is how it hints about the strange world Amala inhabits until the last page brings everything to a head, giving us a clearer idea of where the story is going. You can’t discuss that revelation and what comes after in an interview […]
Kriota Willberg and the author of Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me on healthy and unhealthy sources of inspiration.
Brian Hibbs of Tilting at Windmills brings you a special video look at his book club, featuring exciting conversations with the creators of your favorite books!
An in-depth conversation with the creators behind this BATTLESTAR GALACTICA-esque “envelope-pushing sci-fi tale of space pirates and political intrigue”
In my interview with Kyle Higgins, he mentioned that he is editing a new Image comic called Self/Made, describing it as exploring “relationship between a creation and their creator.” I was captivated by the concept but not sure what to expect from new comic book creator Matt Groom. Any doubts I had were assuaged within […]
Writer and music industry vet Jeff Rougvie discusses his forthcoming GUNNING FOR HITS, on which he teams with artist Moritat to tell a story about crime and stardom set in the shady 1980s New York music scene.
“Feeling like you have a grip is feeling like you have the means to be flexible and figure our new things.”
It has been 50 years since the theatrical release of The Beatles’ animated musical odyssey Yellow Submarine. Set in the underwater haven of Pepperland, the movie features cartoon counterparts of the Fab Four traveling through the sea in the titular vessel to defeat the music-hating Blue Meanies. The iconic film and the band’s timeless tracks […]
Part memoir, part travelogue, and all lushly drawn, I MOVED TO LOS ANGELES is simply a wonderful book for those who want to learn the finer details of the animation industry.
Thirty years ago, the fans voted to kill a sidekick. Today, we look back and talk to the editors who let them do it.