RSS Feed





Amruta Patil:
India's First Female Graphic Novelist

Her debut graphic novel details the life of a young, deeply introverted, queer woman in India. More...
Posted: September 4, 2012

Neal Fox & Les Coleman:
How To Make It In The Art Business

Their caricatures skewer celebrities, the gigantism of puffed-up public art, inflated egos and budgets. More...
Posted: October 16, 2011

Jon McNaught:
Printing Comics

McNaught is making his name as one of Britain's most sophisticated poets in comics. More...
Posted: May 8, 2011

Smoke Outside Please

Like his comics and art, Mustashrik comfortably bestrides multiple media and cross-cultural influences. More...
Posted: December 12, 2010

John Russell:
Vermillion Vortex

Addressing the visual-verbal interplays of comics, Russell has developed an arresting short 'drawn film'. More...
Posted: November 14, 2010

Rude Britannia

Although no longer selling over a million copies an issue, Viz remains as funny and merciless as ever. More...
Posted: August 29, 2010

Dave McKean:
The Weight Of Words

For over twenty years he has been unlocking the possibilities of comics. More...
Posted: July 25, 2010

Simone Lia:

Her disarmingly simple-looking comics wittily question pre-conceived ideas and pose philosophical puzzles. More...
Posted: June 6, 2010

John Broadley:
John Broadley's Books

His magpie instincts provides material for his hand-crafted limited-edition comics. More...
Posted: May 9, 2010

Barron Storey:
Life After Black

He has inspired generations of graphic novel innovators such as Bill Sienkiewicz, David Mack and Dave McKean. More...
Posted: February 28, 2010

Jerry Moriarty:
Memories Of A Father

He remembers his father by reflecting on the everyday incidents in his life. More...
Posted: November 29, 2009

Janek Koza:
Unmasking Corruption

Part of a boom in alternative comics in his native Poland, he exposes a recent chilling scandal. More...
Posted: November 1, 2009

Laura Oldfield Ford:
Savage Messiah

Punk's provocation and politicisation has fuelled her low-tech, high-touch, photocopied, self-published zine. More...
Posted: October 4, 2009

Anton Kannemeyer:

Does resurrecting racist imagery to condemn racism also serve to feed prejudices further? More...
Posted: August 30, 2009

Dean Motter:
Mister X

What does an architect do when the city he has designed drives its inhabitants insane? More...
Posted: November 30, 2008

See all article tags here.

My Books


Mailing list sign-up:

Comica Events

Explore Worlds of Comics

View Tag Cloud