SDCC ’16 Interview: Mr Robot’s Cast on the “Crazy, Wild Things” in Store for Season Two

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(Note: This article contains spoilers for Mr. Robot seasons 1 & 2)   Mr. Robot season 2 kicked off a few weeks ago, and showed several characters falling apart while dealing with the consequences of last year’s finale. One of the most notable changes was in Portia Doubleday’s Angela, who had accepted a job at Evil […]

SDCC ’16 Interview: Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba on Comic-Con, Collaboration, and Making “Two Brothers”

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By Donald Powell Eisner Award-winning writers and artists Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba took time out from their busy schedule to talk about the evolution of their careers and the impact Comic Con continues to have in their lives. They have been nominated for this year’s Eisner Awards for their work on Two Brothers. Donald […]

MATT CHATS: Will Dennis on Leaving DC and Serving up ‘Moonshine’

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If you loved the DC/Vertigo comics of the last 15 years, particularly the imprint’s crime books, you probably owe a debt of gratitude to Will Dennis. As the editor of titles like 100 Bullets, DMZ, Scalped and a plethora of others, he was a big part of Vertigo’s recent past and overall legacy. He recently […]

MATT CHATS: Mike Norton on the End of Battlepug, Doing an Eisner Award-Winning Webcomic “Wrong”

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I talked with Mike once before about Battlepug, and was happy to do it again following its recent grande finale. I asked him more about the process for his webcomic, how he feels about ending it and his Image series Revival. Read on to learn how Mike’s grown as an artist and his experiences concurrently drawing […]

Must Read: Maia Kobabe on paying for an art degree

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Maia Kobabe is a very talented up and coming cartoonist as the above page from her Tom O’Bedlam adaptation shows. (disclosure: she is also a reviewer for me at Publishers Weekly.) Recently she wrote a very frank tumblr post in response to a question about whether to enter the California College of the Arts MFA […]

MATT CHATS: Chris Sebela on Comics, Cross-Pollination and Portland

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Chris Sebela is everywhere. I first became aware of him thanks to the Everest crime thriller High Crimes from Monkey Brain, and since then he has worked with an array of publishers from Marvel to DC to Image to Dark Horse and, recently, with Oni Press and Boom! Studios for his latest creator-owned series. I talked to Chris about […]