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Comic Creator Interviews

Interviews with British comic creators – writers, artists, editors and more.

Doonesburyland

On Thursday morning this week (10th Jan) Radio 4 (11:30am-noon) will be broadcasting Doonesburyland. Joe Queenan conducts a rare interview with Gary Trudeau, creator of the Doonesbury cartoon strip and in many ways the most high profile chronicler of the American left. Queenan also speaks to the Guardian’s former features editor Ian Katz, who dropped the strip from the paper ... Read More »

New UK Comic Creators Interviews

The fab comics site Read Yourself Raw has just been updated to include previews of new book, comic and manga releases for January 2008, a new essential reading list. They’ve also drawn our attention to some UK creator interviews and related features on the web. Alan Moore has been discussing The Black Dossier at Comic Book Resources and Mania Comics ... Read More »

Alan Moore interviewed

“Alan Moore, the undisputed, eccentric king of comic-book writing, made it acceptable for literary-minded adults to enjoy books about superheroes. Will his new book do the same for erotica? Susanna Clarke, the novelist and long-time Moore devotee, speaks to him about sex, magic, and why he prefers his home town to Hollywood.” • Read the full interview with Alan Moore ... Read More »

Creator Interview: The Mysterious Mr George Low…

George Low - Masked

This month sees a major change at DC Thomson with the retirement of long-serving but, perhaps, little-known editor of Commando George Low, who joined the company from school in 1963 and has worked on the digest title ever since. downthetubes caught up with George to ask him about himself, Commando – and the title’s future… downthetubes: When and how did you join DC Thomson’s? ... Read More »

RedEye Re-scheduled, Donations Sought

Originally scheduled for release in May, the critically acclaimed Redeye 7 has been hit with a number of delays, which has lead to a restructuring of the entire magazine, and a rethink on how best to produce a regular publication promoting Brit comics. Says editor and publisher Barry Renshaw: “I’m trying something new: RE7 will now become RedEye Winter 2007 ... Read More »

Who Artist Interviewed

Doctor Who and Dan Dare illustrator Andrew Skilleter is the focus of a 15-page, full colour, highly illustrated, wide ranging interview covering highlights of his career, in the August edition of Book & Magazine Collector, a glossy pocket size monthly magazine, on sale now. Copies are available from most good sized W H Smiths (and some other newsagents), usually under ... Read More »

Paul Gravett Interviewed

Web site Broken Frontier has published the first part of a detailed interview by Dave Hine with London-based freelance journalist, curator, lecturer, writer and broadcaster and comics guru Paul Gravett, one of the creators of the ground-breaking indie comics magazine Escape in the 1980s who continues to promote the comics form with unrelenting enthusiasm in the UK and beyond. Read ... Read More »

Albion Man: An interview with Andrew Sumner

Andrew Sumner

Titan Books have just released their edition of the collected Albion, Wildstorm’s welcome revival of many British comics heroes owned by IPC. The trade offers the complete story – with some sprucing up of some of the art in places and a wonderful collection of original stories featuring some of the characters in the new adventure, culled from various annuals ... Read More »

Comics and Crumpets Column Three: British Comics characters revived – by DC

This feature first appeared on the now defunct Comic World News on 31st January 2005. BRITISH COMICS CHARACTERS REVIVED – BY DC This issue, I’ve got more information on two projects reviving some classic British comics — and am pleased to be able to settle and age old argument among fans that has been raging for years about which company ... Read More »

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