INTERVIEW: Jhonen Vasquez and the INVADER ZIM Team Make Things Weird

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It’s the first time all four have ever been interviewed together, I’m told. Possibly even the first time cartoon series masterminds Trueheart, Alexovich and Vasquez have been interviewed at once. Strap in for this wide-ranging chat that covers both the Invader Zim television series and comics in great detail. We also discuss Donald Trump, how comics shouldn’t be a fall-back position, and even Zack Snyder.

INTERVIEW: Rod Reis on breaking down Hadrian’s Wall

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Image Comics has positioned itself as the premiere place to tell sci-fi stories. With a portfolio that includes top books like Saga and critic favorites like Descender, one might argue it has become an overcrowded market…that is unless you can turn the genre on its ear. Kyle Higgins (Power Rangers, Nightwing), Alec Siegel, (C.O.W.L) and Rod […]

Great advice on working and making comics from Becky Cloonan, Jeff Lemire and Michael DeForge

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Comics creator process posts are the BEST posts. Jeff Lemire seems to have taken over Charles Soule’s mantle as Busiest Person in Comics– writing 7-8 monthly books – and he reveals how he does it in an absolutley stellar process post with a ton of photos AND a page of preview art from AD: After […]

INTERVIEW: iZombie Co-creator Chris Roberson on unraveling the mysteries of victorian zombies and The Black Flame

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It’s hard to picture a world where I don’t tune into the CW to watch Rose McIver bring Chris Roberson’s iZombie to life on the small screen. The book, which the show is based on, has the distinction of being the first Vertigo property to show the mainstream audience appeal many of the imprint’s stories have. To […]

SDCC’16 VIDEO INTERVIEW: Carole and John Barrowman Tell All! Well, A Lot Anyway…

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Eventually we speak about their Torchwood comics, of course, but that’s an oversimplification of the interview which stretched way over time (thanks Titan!) and covered John’s not-so-secret costume to walk the floor of SDCC, how their familial relationship helps them be more honest about their work, and their intimate knowledge of each other’s bathroom habits. Try not to fall in love with these rambunctious siblings, I dare you.

INTERVIEW: Gerard Way and Jon Rivera Open Up About DOOM PATROL, CAVE CARSON, Shelly Bond, and the Many Fluids in Young Animal

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“I’m someone who has struggled mental illness with and is a big proponent of mental health awareness. In my mind, Doom Patrol is the perfect book to discuss those issues.”