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I’m Alex. Most of the writers here at CBR have a beat, a publisher or specific field that they oversee, but my beat is broader and more informal. I spend much of my time talking with independent and underground cartoonists, designers, comic strip creators and webcartoonists. It is, quite possibly, the coolest job ever.
When I’m not here at CBR, I work for Suicidegirls.com, where I interview people about comics, art and literature, and freelance for publications like The Daily Beast, SFX and the Hartford Advocate. I drink too much tea, meditate far too little, and still intend to one day fulfill my childhood ambition of living in a treehouse
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The award-winning cartoonist talks the origins of his industry-skewering comic, Neil Gaiman's contribution to its script, and his next project.
David Micheline looks back on what many consider the definitive "Iron Man" run, creating Scott Lang and why he left DC Comics for Marvel.
Eisner-winner Stan Sakai talks with CBR News about returning to his famed 17th Century rabbit samurai after a two-year hiatus.
The "Earthworm Jim" creator explains why he's going multi-volume for the first time with his latest project, which was 15 years in the making.
Spiegelman spoke with CBR about her new Toon Graphics book, working with artist Sergio Garcia Sanchez and researching the New York subway system.
The award-winning artist talks about wrapping up the first "Shame" trilogy and looks ahead to his next project with writer Lovern Kindzierski.
The legendary Marvel artist spoke with CBR about defining the Silver Age, killing Gwen Stacy and all things Spider-Man across his storied career.
Cartoonist Erika Moen talks about making "Oh Joy, Sex Toy" with her husband, the trick in balancing humor and education and much more.
"March: Book Two" artist Nate Powell discusses how he approached depicting violence in Congressman John Lewis' memoir, MLK's famous speech and more.
The "Groo" co-creator looks back on his long career and reveals what he loves most about original artwork, writing for Garfield and more.
Dylan Horrocks discusses his return to comics, battling his post-"Hicksville" writer's block and his issues with the very concept of Batman.
The pop culture commenter talks about his first book, which takes a close look at the William Marston and Harry Peter "Wonder Woman" comics.
The cartoonist discusses his long running webcomic's new collection, and what goes into adapting quotations to inspire and provoke
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.