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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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