Cartoonist James Kochalka discusses the return of the award-winning Dragon Puncher series, his process, working with his sons, and more.
How to Love Comics caught up with Chandrasekaran to chat about his debut graphic novel. He talks about how writing Genius Animals? compared to writing for television, his enjoyment of conspiracy theories, comedy, and much more.
I had a chat with Savanna Ganucheau about baking, her creative process, what it was like illustrating the book when she was on the other side of the world from her collaborator, how to illustrate romance, and much more.
I recently had a chat with Ruby about her book It’s All Absolutely Fine: Life Is Complicated So I’ve Drawn It Instead and how her experiences with mental illness plays a part in her work.
I had a chat to Frank J Barbiere, writer of Violent Love, about what the comic is all about, his love for the early 70’s and the creative process that went into making it.
I had a chat to Image Comics Branding Manager David Brothers and Sales & Marketing Production Designer Sasha Head to find out more about Image+ magazine and what makes it so unique.
I caught up with co-writer and artist Jeremy Haun about The Beauty – a comic series set in a world where beauty is an STD everyone wants, but with a horrible consequence – to find out a bit more about it. I also asked him about the process of creating the comic and an interesting piece of marketing for the series.
When Celine and Tucker wake up to find that their parents are missing they must use all their DIY know-how to find them in this strange new world, ravaged by a ecological disaster. I had a chat with Howtoons: (Re)Ignition writer Fred Van Lente about this miniseries including how he got involved and how DIY science projects will be incorporated into this all-ages narrative.
Set in a world where Atlantis is a superpower, Undertow tells the story of a group of Atlantians who have set themselves free from the system. I was luck enough to have a chat with the writer – Steve Orlando – and chatted about world-building, the grey elements that come along with fighting for freedom and the appeal of setting a story set underwater.
I had a chat to Matthew Ritter and Adam Elbatimy about thier upcoming series Nova Phase – a scifi western, rendered in 8-bit visuals.