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Comics Alternative Interviews: R. Sikoryak

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:56 – Setup of interview 00:04:17 – Interview with R. Sikoryak 01:12:42 – Wrap up 01:13:32 – Contact us Parody. Big League. On this interview episode, Derek talks with R. Sikoryak about his latest work, The Unquotable Trump,

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Episode 166: Reviews of Killing and Dying, Taddle Creek #36, Barrier #1, and The Unabridged Graphic Adaptation of iTunes Terms and Conditions

“Gene’s cubical perspective” For this week’s review show, Gene and Derek are back with an extra long episode jam-packed with nougaty comics goodness. They begin with Adrian Tomine’s Killing and Dying (Drawn and Quarterly), his new book collecting issues twelve through fourteen of Optic Nerve. (Be sure

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Episode 165: A Publisher Spotlight on Locust Moon Press

How High the Moon One of the things that has defined 2015 for The Comics Alternative has been the number of Publisher Spotlights it’s presented — seven, up until today. (Click HERE for a link to previous spotlights!) This week, the Two

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On Location: Talking with Creators at SPX 2015, Pt. 3

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Still More Small Talk And here it is, the third (and final) of the three on-location shows of interviews Derek and Andy W. conducted while at last weekend’s Small Press Expo. At the event, the Two Guys spoke with a number

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Commentary: Masterpiece Comics Theater

by Derek Royal Masterpiece Comics Theater Back in October, I interviewed R. Sikoryak about the publication of his self-published Masterpiece Mini-Comics, speaking with him about his work in comics adaptation, the art of parody, and his love of the classics and comics history.

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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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