Music industry veteran Bill Bentley selects the very best reissues of 2015. There are no less than 25 reviews - from Lou Reed to James Booker, Danny Lile to the Muffs. Definitely something here for everyone!
Don McGregor discusses the long, strange history of Sabre: The Early Future Years project, why now is the time for the return of this important and influential indie comic title, and why he and his creative partners are launching the book via a Kickstarter campaign.
Producer, director and screenwriter Paul Bunnell talks about making his latest film, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, why it took years to complete, and the reasons he shot it using black and white film, among other topics.
In Steve Hoffman's long and storied career, he has put his touch on hundreds of classic recordings, turning them into something better than they may have been before. But mastering is an art form and no simple piece of cake to undertake.
Co-author J. David Spurlock discusses his latest release, the heavily illustrated biography The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage, Queen of Pin-Up Art, and the difficulties and surprising discoveries he encountered while doing research for the book.
Animator Shaun Pitz discusses the origins of his short film, "Espresso Manifesto," why he decided to do a Kickstarter campaign to fund part of the project, and what he hopes to accomplish with the film in this exclusive interview with The Morton Report's Bill Baker.
Elaine Lee and Michael William Kaluta discuss the controversies that surrounded their Starstruck comic book series when it was first released, why those aspects are of little concern in today's world, share some of their fond memories of the early days of their decades long collaboration and share some hints of what the future holds for the Starstruck Multiverse in this concluding half of their extended conversation with Bill Baker.
Elaine Lee and Michael William Kaluta discuss the return of their creator-owned comic book series, Startstruck, why they're using a Kickstarter campaign to underwrite its publication, and the history of the long-lived project in this first half of their extended conversation with Morton Report columnist Bill Baker.
Shane-Michael Vidaurri discusses his first graphic novel, Iron: Or, the War After, how he created the story and art work, and why he chose to use animals to portray the characters in his cloak and dagger thriller.