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The legendary creator -- now 90 -- looks back on his career, the 2015 re-release of “A Sailor’s Story,” his upcoming "U.S.S. Stevens" collection, and what's next.
Drawn & Quarterly's Tom Devlin talks about "Moomin: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition," a special collection of one of the great comic strips of all time
Josh Neufeld discusses his new book about big data and how we think about privacy, and the state of modern comics journalism
Senior Editor Shannon Watters discuses the sensibility behind KaBOOM! and BOOM! Box, with an exclusive preview of "BOOM! Box 2014 Mix Tape"
In his new collection, the cartoonist tells existentialist Americana tales of hobos and vagabonds, freight train hopping and the Temptations.
Olivier Schrauwen talks about his new book, a highly fictionalized telling of his grandfather's journey to the colonies, and his strange adventures.
The acclaimed cartoonist talks about the newest -- and final -- volume of his acclaimed series, making comics for children and working autobiographically.
Jim Woodring revisits his early work, tells CBR about trying to make sense of surrealist artwork and reflects on his time working in animation.
To mark Small Business Saturday, CBR looks at some of the most evil -- fictional -- corporations in comic books and pop culture.
Editors Hillary Chute & Patrick Jagoda examine comics from a different perspective in one of America's most storied academic journals -- with help from R. Crumb.
The underground cartoonist talks about his controversial and beloved run on E.C. Segar's legendary character, and what it means to finally see it in print.
Shawn Martinbrough, the artist behind Skybound's "Thief of Thieves," talks about drawing 25 issues and ending the current story arc, "The Hit List."
To mark the release of "Batman '66: The Lost Episode," CBR looks at the best of Harlan Ellison's work to appear in comics.
The cartoonist behind "My Dirty Dumb Eyes" talks about working as production designer on the quirky series, and offers updates on her own comics projects.
The longtime "New Yorker" cartoonist and National Book Award finalist talks about her memoir, which recounts the final years of her parents' lives.
German cartoonist Aisha Franz talks about her first graphic English language graphic novel, which explores the intersection of fantasy and reality of life.
Frank Cho and Tom Sniegoski discuss their upcoming novel/comic hybrid, Cho's new art instruction book, the future of "Liberty Meadows" and more.
Guest Editor Scott McCloud and Series Editor Bill Kartolopoulos talk about assembling this year’s volume, their thoughts on webcomics and where comics are headed.
"All-New Ultimates" scribe Michel Fiffe discusses his creator-driven "Copra," a "Suicide Squad"-inspired action epic set for a collected edition.
Acclaimed historian Jill Lepore finds new ways to look at William Moulton Marston and what his creation says about politics, women's history and the present day.