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Talking Super-Ego with Caio Oliveira

Talking Super-Ego with Caio Oliveira

Brazilian writer and artist Caio Oliveira is quickly stacking up credits on a number of rather inventive titles. Here he talks about his passions and interests, and his new comic from Magnetic Press, SUPER-EGO. Caio, were you the sort of kid who was always drawing and doodling, or did the art bug not bite you […]

the Lottery Party: Swapping the Slum-Boogie

the Lottery Party: Swapping the Slum-Boogie

If real Art is not fostered for its own highest potential, but instead limited to selling products so that men in suits and ties can add to their private riches, then Art is bastardized… — Richard Caldwell

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

About this time I got a Macintosh computer, a Mac Plus, and started using MacPaint to create things on the computer. There were no color separation programs at that time but I figured out how to do spot color jobs on the MacPlus for business cards and t-shirts. — Clydene Nee

Goin’ “Nowhere Man” Mighty fast!

Goin’ “Nowhere Man” Mighty fast!

“To me this is more than just a comicbook. It is a visual narrative effort to capture that sense of loss of hope, disconnectedness, rage, regret, and the determination to carry on, which just happens to be in this particular form of literature we call comics.” — Jerome Walford

A Chat with “Half Past Danger’s” Stephen Mooney

A Chat with “Half Past Danger’s” Stephen Mooney

“…Spielberg action-adventure movies I loved as a kid. Westerns, war movies; it’s all in there. I guess Half Past Danger is the resulting distillation of all of those aspects of my childhood.” — Stephen Mooney