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Author News & Interviews

Interview: Charles Santino, author of Law of the Desert Born

Oct 9, 2013

The late, great Louis L’Amour is synonymous with the Western novel. Now, writer and graphic novel packager Charles Santino is working with L’Amour’s son Beau, as well as writer Katherine Nolan and illustator Thomas Yeates on a new graphic novel release of an old L’Amour short story, Law of the Desert Born. We talked to Santino about what it means to be a graphic novel packager and how the L’Amour project came about.

Interview: Nate Powell, author of March: Book One

Sep 13, 2013

Nate Powell takes us inside the creation of the artwork for March.

Interview: Gene Luen Yang, author of Boxers & Saints Boxed Set

Aug 30, 2013

All told, Gene Luen Yang just released about 500 pages’ worth of graphic novel. He’s spread that out over two phenomenal books, Boxers and Saints, both of which detail the Boxer Rebellion from decidedly different viewpoints. We took a walk back through history with Yang and interviewed him about the creation of these two impressive titles.

Interview: Dara Naraghi, author of Persia Blues, Vol. 1: Leaving Home

Aug 14, 2013

Two stories --- one set in a fantastical past, one in modern-day Iran --- are told in Dara Naraghi and Brent Bowman’s Persia Blues. The tales, each focused on a woman named Minoo, are vastly different yet united by a common sensibility. As Book One of this series unfolds, we see two very different takes on what it means to be a strong woman in a culture that doesn’t encourage strong women. We talked with Naraghi and Bowman about their impressive first book and what to expect as the series continues.

Interview: Bob Fingerman, author of Maximum Minimum Wage

Jul 24, 2013

Bob Fingerman’s legendary comic book series about living in New York City in the early ’90s is revisited in a beautiful new collection from Image, Maximum Minimum Wage. We talked to Fingerman