Tag: New Yorker

Comics Alternative Interviews: Roz Chast

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:38 – Setup of interview 00:04:40 – Interview with Roz Chast 01:12:04 – Wrap up 01:13:54 – Contact us Rat Afterbirth Paul and Derek are pleased to have on The Comics Alternative the great cartoonist, Roz Chast. Her new

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Review: Amadeo & Maladeo

By Pedro Moura  Amadeo & Maladeo: A Musical Duet— R. O. Blechman (Fantagraphics) In the 1950s, the Emmy-winning animator and New Yorker cartoonist R.O. Blechman created a proto graphic novel that was based on a medieval legend: The Juggler of Our Lady.

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Interview: Grigoriy Kogan

Conducted by Aaron Alexander Grigoriy Kogan is an accomplished gag cartoonist and founder of GagCartoons.com, a site dedicated to helping grow income for humor cartoonists. (Note of full disclosure: conductor of this interview, Aaron Alexander, has some of his own cartoons licensed with

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Interview: Mick Stevens

Conducted by Aaron Alexander Mick Stevens has been a cartoonist with the New Yorker for over three decades — selling his first drawing to them in 1979 — a contemporary of the magazine’s cartoon editor Robert Mankoff, as well as cartoonists Roz Chast, Jack

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Liana Finck

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] “Porn for a person who likes fairy tales and not porn” On this episode of The Comics Alternatives Interviews, Andy and Derek talk with Liana Finck, a New York-based artist whose first book, A Bintel Brief: Love and

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Shannon Wheeler

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] God and Coffee The guys are back with another great guest for The Comics Alternative Interviews.  This time, Gene and Derek talk with Shannon Wheeler, the creator of Too Much Coffee Man (Dark Horse Comics) and last year’s Astounding Villain House

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Interview: R. Sikoryak

Conducted by Derek Royal An Interview with R. Sikoryak about his Masterpiece Mini-Comics In his 2009 collection of parodic adaptations, Masterpiece Comics (Drawn & Quarterly), R. Sikoryak uses the very history of comics itself as a springboard into the classics.  He pairs the

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