Star Wars + Jeffrey Brown = This.
I recently took a trip to Guelph to check out the Crown Barber Shop. Why? It was designed by one of my favourite cartoonists, Seth.
I recently spoke to Aislin about the state of editorial cartooning in this country, the subject of his new anthology, Cartoon Canada.
Alison Bechdel recently published Are You My Mother?, the follow-up to her critically-acclaimed memoir, Fun Home. I talk to her about the book in today’s Post.
I’m coming to this one a little late. But better late than never, right? Douglas Coupland and Graham Roumieu collaborate on Highly Inappropriate Tales for Young People.
To commemorate Remembrance Day, I talk to the authors of a new illustrated book about the First World War, And The Soldiers Sang.
In Monday’s National Post I talk to Brian Ralph about his new graphic novel, Daybreak.
Earlier this week, I sat down with Marjane Satrapi and her co-director Vincent Paronnaud to talk about their new movie, Chicken With Plums, based on Satrapi’s graphic novel of the same name.
There’s this new movie called Cowboys & Aliens that comes out Friday. You might have heard of it. It stars some guy named Harrison Ford. It was a comic book, first. I talk to its creator in today’s paper.