Joe Pangrazio has been an author, a cartoonist and a webcomicker. Surprisingly level-headed, Joe here talks about masochism and trolls and Lovecraft and stuff. Joe, you’re a card-carrying “indie comics creator” and yet you hold a soft spot for the Spider-Man clone stuff. What was your exact point of introduction into the existence of comic […]
Gary Reed, owner and operator for Caliber Publishing, has long been a writer, an editor, a packager and publisher, a teacher, a retailer, a mover and a shaker. Here he opens up about his history and ethos, as only he can. Gary, if I were to sum up your character after years of following […]
We’re back with the second installment of our Walt Simonson interview, with just a reminder that the first issue of Ragnarök is still on sale with issue two following directly on it’s heels in two weeks. Without further delay, here’s the 21-year headmaster of TRIPWIRE magazine (soon to be a digital magazine), Joel Meadows! Joel […]
As an artist, I have folks approaching me every day with a “great idea for a graphic novel” but have no money to pay. Here’s a tip, offering ownership is not going to help an artist pay their bills.
— Shawn Martinbrough