Joel Meadows talks about Tripwire at 20, a new collection the best interviews from the long-running comics and pop culture magazine mixed with new exclusive content, how the magazine got its start and developed over the last two decades, his new career as a photographer, and more.
Author Caitlin R Kiernan discusses Alabaster: Wolves, her new miniseries drawn by Steve Lieber and published by Dark Horse Comics, her decision to bring Dancy Flammarion to comics, why she's returned to the medium after a decade, and much, much more in this interview conducted by Bill Baker for TheMortonReport.com.
JR Han, the mastermind behind JR Comics and publisher of Wei Dong Chen's graphic novel Monkey King, is a man on a mission: to bring the classic works of Chinese literature to Western Readers in original graphic novel adaptations.
Royden Lepp, award-winning animator and the man behind Rust: Visitor in the Field, talks about the possible film adaptation of his graphic novel series, what role he's likely to play in that endeavor, and much more in this third and final section of Bill Baker's extended, exclusive interview for The Morton Report.
Royden Lepp details the changes that Rust: Visitor in the Field went through during the long process of writing and drawing that book, the role his editor played in refining his vision for the series, and describes his "broken" creative process in this second installment of his interview with Bill Baker.
Royden Lepp discusses the genesis of Rust: The Visitor in the Field, the first installment of a four volume series of original graphic novels set in the prairie lands of an alternate version of our world, in this first part of his extended interview with Bill Baker for The Morton Report.
Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery, the writers of IDW publishing's hit comic Kill Shakespeare, discuss creating the series, what they hoped to accomplish and what lessons they learned while adapting the Bard's characters to their own purposes.
Matt Pizzolo, one of the main organizers of the Occupy Comics project, shares his thoughts on the mainstream media's coverage of the Occupy movement, what he hopes the readers, artists, and his own child take away from this effort, and how even the smallest act of support makes a world of difference in this concluding half of this interview.
Comics creator Sal Abbinanti discusses his first one-man art exhibit, which opens on Friday, December 9, 2011 at Chicago's Rogue's Gallery and features his own unique interpretations of classic comic book characters.
Legendary author, designer, and typographer Seymour Chwast reveals what keeps him returning to his drawing board day after day in the concluding half of his conversation with Bill Baker, for The Morton Report.
Writer-artist Lee Bermejo discuses how he altered his approach to creating the art for Batman:Noel, praises the work his teammates, and reveals his life-long love of the comics medium in the concluding half of this exclusive TMR interview.
Celebrated artist Lee Bermejo talks about writing and drawing Batman: Noel, adapting Dickens' A Christmas Carol to fit the Dark Knight Detective, and the importance of finding the proper voice for his characters in this wide-ranging interview.
One of the more obvious signs that comics has finally been accepted into the cultural fold like a long lost prodigal is the fact that it’s now become part of the accepted curriculum of many universities and colleges across the country.