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Gareth Brookes:
The Black Project

Dark, funny & sad, Brookes' debut anatomises a boy's secret crafting of artificial girlfriends from found objects. More...
Posted: August 11, 2013

Charles Burns:
Almost Inhuman

His is a black and white world, much more black than white, saturated with the darkness of the soul. More...
Posted: November 20, 2011

Jerry Moriarty:
Jerry Loves Jazz

He has secretly turned memories of his father into subtle pictures of middle America. More...
Posted: June 19, 2011

Lorenzo Mattotti:
The Magic & Music Of Comics

His revolutionary album Fires set the medium ablaze with possibility and poetry. More...
Posted: April 17, 2011

Oliver Frey:
Men Of Flesh & Fantasy

From Dan Dare to Bike Boy, Frey brings a distinctive masculinity and sensuous physicality to his art. More...
Posted: August 8, 2010

VV Brown & David Allain:
The City Of Abacus

Comics meet music in a dark, futuristic tale of corruption and rebellion in the city of Abacus. More...
Posted: May 16, 2010

Revelations At Angoulême 2010:
Robert Crumb On Genesis

A surprise guest at the French comics festival, Robert Crumb discussed his Biblical opus. More...
Posted: February 14, 2010

Hoshino Yukinobu:
Professor Munakata's British Museum Adventure

The British Museum plays host to the fictional ethnologist Professor Munakata. More...
Posted: January 1, 2010

Reinhard Kleist:
I See A Darkness

Reinhard Kleist discusses his critically acclaimed biography of Johnny Cash, I See A Darkness. More...
Posted: November 19, 2009

Paul Gravett:
Examining The Politics Of Comics

Paul Gravett discusses the new comics anthology Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption which launches at Comica '09. More...
Posted: November 4, 2009

Comica Festival 2009:
London Is Bubbling Over With Comics!

Comica Director, Paul Gravett discusses with Matt Badham his ambitions for this year's Comica Festival. More...
Posted: October 30, 2009

John Harris Dunning & Nikhil Singh:
Salem Brownstone

This new century demands a new charismatic comic-book magician to weave his spells on us. More...
Posted: October 18, 2009

Emma Rendel:
An Awkwardist

Social awkwardness, repressed drives, and their sinister repercussions, lie at the heart of Emma's comics. More...
Posted: February 1, 2009

Paul Gravett:
The Arena Interview

Paul Gravett discusses the rise in popularity of the graphic novel and their current massive crossover appeal. More...
Posted: January 25, 2009

Sean Michael Wilson:
Turning Classics Into Comics

Sean Michael Wilson discusses how classic works of literature can be adapted into comics. More...
Posted: October 19, 2008

Paul Gravett:
The Connisseur Of Crime & The Incredibly Strange

Paul Gravett discusses his latest books, Best Crime Comics & Incredibly Strange Comics, with Matthew Badham. More...
Posted: September 21, 2008

Warren Pleece:
Life Sucks

Brighton-based artist Warren Pleece discusses his two new books, Incognegro and Life Sucks. More...
Posted: May 25, 2008

Dan Berry:
Teaching Comics

Lecturer Dan Berry discusses running the UK's first degree course in graphic novels. More...
Posted: April 6, 2008

The Leading Contemporary Manhua Artist

An exclusive English-language interview with leading contemporary Chinese artist, Benjamin. More...
Posted: March 23, 2008

Coco Wang:
Wild China

Explore the world of contemporary Chinese comics with writer/artist Coco Wang More...
Posted: March 2, 2008

Comix Influx:
Translating BD

Stephen Betts discusses his new website, Comix Influx, which provides translations of French comics. More...
Posted: January 27, 2008

Paul Gravett:
The Bande Dessinée Interview

Paul Gravett reflects on the cultural and social phenomenon of French comics. More...
Posted: January 27, 2008

Alan Moore:
The 'Lost' Interview

Alan Moore discusses whether Lost Girls should be considered pornography. More...
Posted: January 13, 2008

Bryan Talbot:
An Artistic Wonder From Wearside

Alice In Sunderland is a fresh retelling Lewis Carroll's stories, his young muse, and of the city of Sunderland. More...
Posted: January 6, 2008

Posy Simmonds:
A Literary Life

One the world's most sophisticated cartoonists is expanding the scope and subtlety of the graphic novel. More...
Posted: November 4, 2007

Neil Gaiman:

Paul Gravett talks with Neil Gaiman at the first UK public preview of the movie adaptation of Stardust. More...
Posted: August 12, 2007

Mark Newgarden:
Beyond The Pail

Success means inducing just enough mirth to cause someone drinking a glass of milk to expel it nasally. More...
Posted: May 13, 2007

Alan Moore:
Lost Girls

Alan Moore reveals the story behind his controversial new graphic novel, Lost Girls. More...
Posted: April 1, 2007

Robert Crumb:
I Came Out Fully De-Formed!

A surprisingly relaxed and communicative Robert Crumb discusses documentaries, comics and life in France. More...
Posted: March 4, 2007

Gabrielle Bell:

Her comics are hailed as some of the sharpest vignettes of twenty-something urban ennui in any medium. More...
Posted: February 18, 2007

Paul Gravett:
The Everett True Interview

What is the appeal of comics which has driven him for years to promote the medium to a wider audience? More...
Posted: October 22, 2006

Paul Gravett:
The Manga Interview

Paul discusses the increasing global influence and popularity of manga. More...
Posted: August 13, 2006

Great British Comics:
An Introduction

Contrary to some claims that British comics are dead, in fact they continue to this day and are thriving. More...
Posted: July 30, 2006

Ron Regé Jr:
Cute Brut

Slow down when you read his pictures and ornately lettered words and they will leave you awakened. More...
Posted: May 21, 2006

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Comics Art by Paul Gravett from Tate Publishing

1001 Comics  You Must Read Before You Die edited by Paul Gravett

Comics Unmasked by Paul Gravett and John Harris Dunning from The British Library