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At Comic-Con International's "Drawn & Quarterly Jeopardy" panel, the Montreal-based publisher announced new books and played trivia with fans.
Over 15 years, cartoonist Mimi Pond turned the story of one Oakland diner into a dissection of the "moral swamp" of the 1970s.
Diane Obomsawin talks about "On Loving Women," a collection of stories about that first moment -- conscious or unconscious -- of attraction to another woman.
Writer Fabien Vehlmann discusses "Beautiful Darkness," his Drawn & Quarterly graphic novel with artist team Kerascoët.
Acclaimed cartoonist Michael DeForge discusses life, work and his first full-length graphic novel, "Ant Colony."
In March, Drawn and Quarterly will release "White Cube," a collection of wordless gag strips by Belgian cartoonist Brecht Vandenbroucke.
From perennials like "Daredevil," "Batman" & "Saga" to acclaimed graphic novels including "March" & "The Property" to all-ages hits, CBR looks at the best of 2013.
Award-winning cartoonist Rutu Modan discusses "The Property," her new book about an Israeli woman and her granddaughter who travel to Poland to reclaim property lost during WWII.
Gilbert Hernandez wins PEN Center USA award as D+Q announces "Bumperhead"! More from SPX! Cartoonists respond to Naval Yard shootings! Interviews with Mike Carey and Peter Gross, Karl Kerschl and Ales Kot! Plus more!
Acclaimed cartoonist and illustrator Adrian Tomine talks with CBR about the new issue of "Optic Nerve," why he continues to tell short stories, how he thinks about illustration and more.
Literary comics giants Fantagraphics Books & Drawn and Quarterly came together at Comic-Con International to discuss new books coming from Jim Woodring, Art Spiegelman, Michael DeForge, and more.
The cartoonist behind "We Are On Our Own," Miriam Katan talks about "Letting Go," an emotional yet humorous look at a Holocaust survivor coming to terms with her son wanting to live in Berlin.
"Disappointing" issues with Marvel Unlimited and DC Comics apps! Drawn & Quarterly announces fall lineup! Lea Hernandez manga pioneer Toren Smith. Rick Geary talks murder and mystery! Plus much more!
Artist and musician Geneviève Castrée discusses her new book, "Susceptible," an autobiographical story filled with the indelible moments of childhood that haunt or inspire long into adulthood.
Drawn & Quarterly has provided ROBOT 6 with a complete story from its upcoming volume of Shigeru Mizuki’s beloved manga "Kitaro," about a one-eyed boy with paranormal-detecting antenna hair and jet-powered sandals.
Cartoonist and illustrator Dan Zettwoch talks about his long-awaited debit graphic novel, the new work process he came upon to create it and his love of infographics and diagrams.
Drawn & Quarterly's Creative Director Tom Devlin spoke with CBR about the slow expansion of their Enfant all-ages line and finding popular children's comics while traveling abroad.
Exhibitors and attendees alike characterized Small Press Expo 2012 as one of the best in the show's recent memory with a diverse guest list and many publishers selling out of key books.
A closer look at women in comics! Drawn and Quarterly announces Art Spiegelman's "CO-MIX"! The digital comics scene at Comic-Con! Darwyn Cooke talks "Parker: The Score"! Plus, much more!
Two of the most influential independent publishers in comics for the past 25 years joined forces for a joint panel at Comic-Con International and previewed upcoming projects.
Acclaimed cartoonist Guy Delisle, spoke with CBR about his newest book, "Jerusalem: Chronicles From the Holy City," the winner of this year's Fauve d'Or or Best Comic Book Award at the Angouleme Festival.
In this month's Pop! Jorge sits down with cartoonist Adrian Tomine to discuss the latest issue of his long-running anthology series and pushing himself as an artist and storyteller.
Cartoonist Gabrielle Bell discusses the final issue of "Mome," privacy in autobiographical comics and the struggle to craft the perfect short story.
Award-winning cartoonist Anders Nilson spoke with CBR about the new collection of his long running series, drawing squirrels beating up birds and the influences of skateboarding and the Midwest on his work.
Acclaimed cartoonist Chester Brown spoke with CBR News about his latest graphic novel, "Paying For It," which explores his experiences as a john in the world of prostitution.
We spoke with Brecht Evens, the cartoonist who's taken North America by storm with the newly-released Top Shelf edition of "Night Animals" as well as last year's "The Wrong Place" from Drawn and Quarterly.
Kelly Thompson gives Chester Brown's "Paying For It" a 5-star review, calling the very personal memoir focusing on his experience with prostitutes "an insightful and fascinating look at love and sex."
ROBOT 6 talks to cartoonist Brecht Evens about his English-language graphic-novel debut, “The Wrong Place,” a color-coded story of three mismatched twenty-somethings and their divergent night lives.
What makes people draw? And why do they stop? Those are just two questions acclaimed cartoonist Lynda Barry asks in "Picture This," exploring the therapeutic value of art and the most satisfying way to kill somebody.
Cartoonist Vanessa Davis spoke with CBR News about "Make Me a Woman," her new, critically acclaimed graphic novel on many people's shortlist for the year's best comics, Harvey Pekar, autobiographies and more.
Creators and fans met to share their passion for comics at the 2010 Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco. CBR News was in attendance and has a full report from the convention's floor.
The man behind the long-running minicomic "King Cat Comics and Stories," John Porcellino spoke with CBR about his new Drawn and Quarterly published collection, Zen Buddhism, Henry David Thoreau and life on tour.
CBR News spoke with cartoonist Dylan Horrocks about his first - and now classic - graphic novel "Hicksville," a love letter to comics now available in a new edition from Drawn and Quarterly, his webcomics and more.
Sturm spoke with CBR about his latest Drawn & Quartery project, a graphic novel titled "Market Day," originally conceived as a childrens book before evolving into a story exploring the relationship between art and commerce.
CBR spoke with Robert Sikoryak about the writer/artist's collection of parody comics, "Masterpiece Comics," how he got his start in the industry, where his ideas for classic literature and comic strip mash-ups come from and more.
The 2009 Small Press Expo was held last weekend, and ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner files this report detailing the overall experience, what the weekend's "buzz books" were, and publisher reactions to the show.
With volume two of his hugely acclaimed series on sale now, Jason Lutes talks to CBR News about "Berlin," his visits to Germany since creating the series, where the story is going and how long it will take to get there.