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Mark Waid, Todd McFarlane, Reginald Hudlin, Chip Kidd, Eric Stephenson and Denis Kitchen discuss balancing creativity with good business sense.
ComicWalker to launch March 22! Trondheim on Angoulême's Grand Prix! Bechdel on comics and the Bechdel Test! Kitchen recalls meeting Eisner! Plus much more!
Following its conclusion, CBR spoke with "Omaha" creator Reed Waller, writer James Vance and Denis Kitchen talk about the genre-bending and taboo-breaking series.
Jeff Kinney rallies colleagues for benefit to rebuild school libraries in Moore, Oklahoma! Interviews with Joe Sacco and Denis Kitchen! "Attack on Titan" to end with volume 20! Plus much more!
An all-star panel of Neil Gaiman, Jeff Smith, Scott McCloud and Denis Kitchen discussed the impact of Will Eisner on the graphic novel in a panel moderated by Paul Levitz at Comic-Con International.
Postponed due to Boston Marathon bombings, Boston Comic Con returns this weekend! Denis Kitchen talks Kitchen Sink Press! The most-reproduced cartoon in "New Yorker" history! Plus much more!
NBC Universal partners with Lions Forge for digital comics based on '80s and '90s TV shows! Kitchen Sink becomes Dark Horse imprint! Viz's "Shonen Jump" to serialize new Akira Toriyama manga! Plus more!
Denis Kitchen and Michael Schumacher spoke about the legacy and downfall of Al Capp, the subject of their latest biography and one of the 20th Century's great cartoonists who created "Li'l Abner."
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has announced the members of its newly formed advisory board, which includes Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, DC co-publisher Jim Lee and more.
The NYCC panel on Will Eisner's use of New York quickly turned into a retrospective of the life and work of the legendary creator of "The Spirit as he was remembered by friends and colleagues.
"The Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen" arrives from Dark Horse in June, celebrating the creative side of one of the comics industry's most influential publishers. CBR News spoke with Kitchen about the book and his of forty years in comics.
Legendary underground publisher Denis Kitchen took the stage at Comic-Con International Saturday, looking back on his 40-plus-year career as a cartoonist, entrepreneur, comics historian and champion of artists’ liberties.
From “MAD” to “Little Annie Fanny,” Abrams ComicArts' “The Art of Harvey Kurtzman” gives a comprehensive look at the influential artist's career. We spoke with co-authors Denis Kitchen & Paul Buhle about the book.