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Matt Chats: Nick Robles Discusses His Intricate Art, Influences, and Illustrating...

The illustrator of EUTHANAUTS shares his experience being edited by Shelly Bond and what inspires his complex linework and layouts.

Matt Chats: Tyler Crook on Fantasy, Horror, and Hand-Drawn Art

HARROW COUNTY artist Tyler Crook discusses trading horror for fantasy with THE STONE KING and reuniting with Cullen Bunn for MANOR BLACK

Matt Chats: Tyler James Discusses ComixTribe Thriving From Kickstarter

The publisher of ComixTribe discusses building a career in comics through Kickstarter and 5 other sales channels.

Matt Chats: Joshua Fialkov Talks Working in Film and TV, Why...

Fialkov shares what he's learned from the Writers Guild and why comics needs a union, too.

Matt Chats: Bitter Script Reader on his Popular Twitter Presence and...

The man behind the Twitter presence discusses facilitating good discussion on a social platform that needs more of it.

Matt Chats: Rich Douek on Paving His ROAD OF BONES

Douek explains how he turned Russian folklore into cannibal horror

Matt Chats: David Harper on SKTCHD’s Return and Fostering Healthier Conversation...

David Harper explains what made him bring the website back, creating a subscription revenue model, and why Heidi was right.

Matt Chats: J.M. DeMatteis on Girl in the Bay, Reuniting with...

The comics veteran J.M. DeMatteis discusses the genesis and development of his new series

Interview: Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt, and Tyler Crook on New Collaboration...

The creative team talks about their collaboration and history together

Matt Chats: Jim Zub on STONE STAR, YA Comics, and Making...

Jim Zub chats about his new science-fantasy series

MATT CHATS: Cullen Bunn on How His Comics Come Together, Diversifying...

Cullen chats about why he prefers to make comics for multiple publishers, the development process, and how an idea becomes a comic book.

Matt Chats: Rob Guillory on Exploring His Roots, the Balance Between...

Rob Guillory opens up about how Farmhand ups the ante with its next volume, his desire to keep reinventing the series, and how it's a story of fathers and sons.