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SDCC 2014 Interview with Paul Pope

We chat with Paul Pope about Battling Boy, Aurora West, and not dumbing things down for kids.  

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SDCC Interview With Cecil Castellucci

We chat with Cecil Castellucci about Odd Duck, Tin Star, comic book operas, and all sorts of wonderful things while at San Diego Comic Con. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ieq8FIEl_Q 

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SDCC 2014 Interview With Lucy Knisley

We sit down with Lucy Knisley to talk about Relish, as well as her upcoming travelogues and her impending nuptials.  

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Indie Comic Review: Primates

The new graphic novel, Primates by Jim Ottaviani and Maris Wicks seeks to answer four questions: What kind of person does it take to do this kind of work? How hard is it? When did our understanding of what it … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong is the kind of comic John Hughes would have made. With quirky characters who have to cross the status-lines of high school cliques in order to save the day, witty dialogue, and a climax involving … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Jerusalem – A Family Portrait

The city of Jerusalem is a lot like a family. It is complex, beautiful, and full of tangled relationships which color every conversation and decision. The new graphic novel, Jerusalem, places the struggle for an independent Israeli state in the … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Relish

Two friends of mine were married a few years ago. Their wedding, a lovely affair was held in their backyard. The bride’s father presided over the ceremony. The groom was from India, the bride from Portland. The entire wedding was … Continue reading

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