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Interviews

  1. The Glory of

    The Glory of "Morning Glories"

    At SDCC this year, we were very fortunate to get the opportunity to speak with the Morning Glories team of Joe Eisma, Rodin Esquejo and Nick Spencer about their collaborative process and what's in store for the year.

    Nick Hanover interviews Joe Eisma, Rodin Esquejo, Nick Spencer on August 8, 2011
  2. Simon Bisley in Poland: Simon Says Image

    Simon Bisley in Poland: Simon Says

    edited by Michal Siromski Based on utterances from meeting with the fans, the press conference and an interview with artist Our friends at KZ Magazine in Poland were kind enough to permit Comics Bulletin to publish this interview they conducted when Simon Bisley was in Gdansk.

    Michal Siromski interviews Simon Bisley on August 5, 2011
  3. Joe Harris: Supernatural Presence Image

    Joe Harris: Supernatural Presence

    On the Preview Night at SDCC 2011, we had the opportunity to sit down with Joe Harris and discuss Spontaneous , his incredibly well received new series at Oni Press with Brett Weldele.

    Nick Hanover interviews Joe Harris on August 4, 2011
  4. Ben Templesmith: Weird That Way Image

    Ben Templesmith: Weird That Way

    At San Diego Comic-Con 2011, Ben Templesmith was kind enough to do a brief interview to give us an idea of what he’s been up to, things he’s worked on and some of the inspirations he draws from as a writer and artist.

    Felicity Gustafson interviews Ben Templesmith on August 2, 2011
  5. Kagan McLeod: Old School Flavor Image

    Kagan McLeod: Old School Flavor

    We recently jumped at the chance to review Kagan McLeod's excellent new graphic novel Infinite Kung-Fu , an epic, sprawling take on the mythology of kung-fu that fits in zombies, funk stars-turned kung-fu masters and stylish gore a'plenty.

    Nick Hanover interviews Kagan McLeod on July 28, 2011
  6. Grant Morrison: Supergods and Supervestites Image

    Grant Morrison: Supergods and Supervestites

    Since getting his big break in the superhero comic genre with the 2000AD strip "Zenith" and his subsequent DC revival of Animal Man , writer Grant Morrison has become something of a legend within the industry.

    Andrew Williams interviews Grant Morrison on July 17, 2011