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Tagged with “comics” (4)

  1. A. David Lewis interviews Grant Morrison at SDCC 2008

    A. David Lewis’s complete, unabridged interview with Grant Morrison at the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con.

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  2. Panel Borders interview with Garth Ennis about Battlefields

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  3. The Chronic Rift: Spotlight — Paul Cornell

    Keith recently sat down with the man himself, Paul Cornell, and discussed Doctor Who and writing for comics.

    Paul Cornell is a novelist as well as a comics and TV writer. He is best known for his work on Doctor Who in both literary and television formats. In addition, Paul created Bernice Summerfield, a fan-favorite in the Doctor Who universe. His comic works includes Captain Britain and MI-13 as well The X-Men. - Paul Cornell

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  4. Daniel Clowes | Mister Wonderful: A Love Story with Ben Katchor | The Cardboard Valise | Moderated by Chip Kidd

    Called "the country’s premier underground cartoonist" (Newsweek) and "a bona-fide cult hero" (The New Yorker), Daniel Clowes is the multiple Harvey, Ignatz, and Eisner Award-winning creator of the alternative comic Eightball. His graphic novel Ghost World was adapted into an Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated film directed by Terry Zwigoff and starring Thora Birch. With 40 pages of original material, Clowes’s new book Mister Wonderful collects the Eisner Award-winning story of hopeless bachelor Marshall as he struggles to impress his equally unstable blind date.

    Ben Katchor is the author of the graphic novels The Jew of New York and The Beauty Supply District. His comics and drawings have appeared in Raw, Forward, Metropolis Magazine, and The New Yorker. Hailed as "the most poetic, deeply layered artist ever to draw a comic strip" by a reviewer for the New York Times, Katchor’s weekly comic strips include Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer, Hotel & Farm, and Shoehorn Technique. The Cardboard Valise—his first book in more than 10 years—follows the intertwined lives of three characters who travel to the fantastical nation of Outer Canthus.

    An art director at Alfred A. Knopf and editor-at-large for Pantheon, Chip Kidd’s work has been exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and is collected in the monograph Chip Kidd: Book One. He is the author of novels The Cheese Monkeys and The Learners, and the nonfiction books Batman Collected and Bat-Manga! Kidd recently joined forces with Lisa Birnbach, the editor and one of the writers of the original The Official Preppy Handbook, on True Prep, an updated prep protocol for the modern age. Kidd’s latest book is Shazam!: The Golden Age of the World’s Mightiest Mortal.

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