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Jaime & Gilbert Hernandez Celebrate "Love and Rockets" and Sibling Rivalry

Jaime & Gilbert Hernandez Celebrate "Love and Rockets" and Sibling Rivalry

Los Bros Hernandez joined Fantagraphics publisher Gary Groth at SDCC to talk about serialization, superheroes and spontaneity.

Meet Pepe's Daddy - Matt Furie Talks "Boy's Club"

Meet Pepe's Daddy - Matt Furie Talks "Boy's Club"

Matt Furie's "Boy's Club," where Internet icon Pepe the Frog was born, makes its way from MySpace to print in a new collection.

Comics A.M. - Emerald City Comicon Sued For Not Paying Volunteers

Comics A.M. - Emerald City Comicon Sued For Not Paying Volunteers

Class-action lawsuit claims ECCC should've paid volunteers! Seth talks "The Complete Peanuts"! The GN buzz from Book Expo America! Plus more!

"Love and Rockets'" Gilbert Hernandez on Darwyn Cooke and How Punk Rock Changed His Life

"Love and Rockets'" Gilbert Hernandez on Darwyn Cooke and How Punk Rock Changed His Life

The acclaimed "Love and Rockets" co-creator spoke with CBR about growing up in a small town, "The Twilight Children" and "L&R" in comic format.

President Obama Writes Foreword For "Complete Peanuts" Vol. 25

President Obama Writes Foreword For "Complete Peanuts" Vol. 25

The next volume of Fantagraphics' "Complete Peanuts" will collect the final strips in Charles Schulz's iconic series.

CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2015: The Master List

CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2015: The Master List

From "A Silent Voice" to "Zodiac Starforce," here's the full list of the wide range of comics and graphic novels that made 2015's CBR's Top 100!

Liz Suburbia Gets Rid of Adults, Lets Teens Rule in "Sacred Heart"

Liz Suburbia Gets Rid of Adults, Lets Teens Rule in "Sacred Heart"

The cartoonist tells the tale of a town full of teenagers left to their own devices, living and learning the path of adolescence and adulthood on their own.

Last Weekâs Comics Reviewed: "Hip Hop Family Tree," "Star Wars" & More

Last Week’s Comics Reviewed: "Hip Hop Family Tree," "Star Wars" & More

Darkseid and Anti-Monitor cross paths in "Justice League" #43, "Howard the Human" #1 is a well-constructed detective thriller, plus many more.

5-STAR REVIEW: Ed Piskor's "Hip Hop Family Tree" #1 Sizzles Off of the Page

5-STAR REVIEW: Ed Piskor's "Hip Hop Family Tree" #1 Sizzles Off of the Page

Ed Piskor's "Hip Hop Family Tree" #1 "is an exhaustively researched, fascinatingly educational and beautifully composed piece of comic art."

CBR TV: Ed Piskor Says Making "Hip Hop Family Tree" is "Very Rewarding"

CBR TV: Ed Piskor Says Making "Hip Hop Family Tree" is "Very Rewarding"

Cartoonist Ed Piskor spoke with CBR TV about his hacker mentality, the reasons he made his hip-hop series and why he gave Chali 2na the first copy.

CBR TV: Peter Bagge on R. Crumb, Criticism, Working for Marvel & "Fire!!"

CBR TV: Peter Bagge on R. Crumb, Criticism, Working for Marvel & "Fire!!"

Acclaimed cartoonist Peter Bagge visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss his past works, political leanings and his next biographical comic.

Jason Discusses "If You Steal" and Remixing Pop Culture

Jason Discusses "If You Steal" and Remixing Pop Culture

Jason tells CBR about his new collection, which turns Frida Kahlo into a contract killer and Van Morrison songs into horror comics and more.

EXCL. PREVIEW: The Internet Goes Telepathic in Fantagraphics' "Nod Away"

EXCL. PREVIEW: The Internet Goes Telepathic in Fantagraphics' "Nod Away"

Joshua Cotter's new near-future sci-fi graphic novel uses traditional and abstract storytelling to explore both technology and consciousness.

Pro-Wrestling, Queer Culture and Cats Collide in Ed Luce's "Wuvable Oaf"

Pro-Wrestling, Queer Culture and Cats Collide in Ed Luce's "Wuvable Oaf"

The cartoonist shares the secret origin of his "exaggerated auto-bio" comic with CBR, and his plans for the future of the Oafiverse.

Ed Piskor's "Hop Hop Family Tree" to Become Monthly Comic

Ed Piskor's "Hop Hop Family Tree" to Become Monthly Comic

The bestselling book series will released as a monthly comic beginning in August, a first for publisher Fantagraphics Books.

Daniel Clowes Returns With "Patience," A "Psychedelic Sci-Fi Love Story"

Daniel Clowes Returns With "Patience," A "Psychedelic Sci-Fi Love Story"

Clowes' new, 180-page graphic novel from Fantagraphics marks his first work in over half a decade.

Rosa Talks Recoloring Classic Disney "Duck" Tales, Carl Barks & More

Rosa Talks Recoloring Classic Disney "Duck" Tales, Carl Barks & More

Don Rosa explains the importance of Fantagraphics' recolored and remastered Duck books, and how he followed in Barks' legendary footprints.

Peter Bagge Revisits His Joke-Telling, Cartoon-Making "Sweatshop"

Peter Bagge Revisits His Joke-Telling, Cartoon-Making "Sweatshop"

The award-winning cartoonist talks the origins of his industry-skewering comic, Neil Gaiman's contribution to its script, and his next project.

Comics A.M. - "Asterix" Art Raises $158K For "Charlie Hebdo" Victims

Comics A.M. - "Asterix" Art Raises $158K For "Charlie Hebdo" Victims

Original art includes dedication from Albert Uderzo! Fantagraphics responds to "Palomar" library challenge! Plus much more!

5-STAR REVIEW: "Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is "Highly Recommended"

5-STAR REVIEW: "Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is "Highly Recommended"

Dylan Horrocks' long-anticipated "Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is "well worth the wait."

Van Sciver's "Saint Cole" Explores the New American Working Class

Van Sciver's "Saint Cole" Explores the New American Working Class

The cartoonist discusses his new book and how it mirrors the real world struggle of the working class to stay motivated and improve their circumstances.

EXCLUSIVE: Fantagraphics to Release Marra's "Terror Assaulter"

EXCLUSIVE: Fantagraphics to Release Marra's "Terror Assaulter"

With word of the fall debut of "Terror Assaulter: O.M.W.O.T. (One Man War On Terror)," Benjamin Marra talks with ROBOT 6 about his tongue-in-cheek action comic.

CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014 - The Master List

CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014 - The Master List

From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.

Tim Lane Explores "The Lonesome Go"

Tim Lane Explores "The Lonesome Go"

In his new collection, the cartoonist tells existentialist Americana tales of hobos and vagabonds, freight train hopping and the Temptations.

Schrauwen Explores 'Freedomtown' in "Arsène Schrauwen"

Schrauwen Explores 'Freedomtown' in "Arsène Schrauwen"

Olivier Schrauwen talks about his new book, a highly fictionalized telling of his grandfather's journey to the colonies, and his strange adventures.

Woodring Returns to the World of "JIM"

Woodring Returns to the World of "JIM"

Jim Woodring revisits his early work, tells CBR about trying to make sense of surrealist artwork and reflects on his time working in animation.

Comics A.M. - "Naruto" Miniseries to Launch After Manga Ends

Comics A.M. - "Naruto" Miniseries to Launch After Manga Ends

But what's the clock on "Naruto" website counting down to? Digging into comiXology Submit! Why Seattle should be designated as a City of Literature! Plus much more!

Tony Millionaire's "Sock Monkey" Gets the Animated Treatment

Tony Millionaire's "Sock Monkey" Gets the Animated Treatment

Tony Millionaire’s "Sock Monkey" has gotten a teaser as to what a full-length film could look like courtesy of animator Matt Danner.

Comics A.M. - Turkish Cartoonist Speaks Out About Prosecution

Comics A.M. - Turkish Cartoonist Speaks Out About Prosecution

Musa Kart faced nine years in prison over caricature! Robert Crumb and Gary Groth on "The Complete Zap Comix"! Could GamerGate happen in comics? Plus more!

Simon Hanselmann Divines His "Megahex"

Simon Hanselmann Divines His "Megahex"

Simon Hanselmann talks about drug humor, depicting depression, his brief conversation with Adult Swim, and ruining cinnamon for everybody, forever.

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Tony Millionaire's Kids Books Aren't Just for Kids

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Tony Millionaire's Kids Books Aren't Just for Kids

Acclaimed cartoonist Tony Millionaire spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about his past, the "Sock Monkey" movie and just who he makes his books for.

Ed Piskor Unites Comics And Music With "Hip Hop Family Tree"

Ed Piskor Unites Comics And Music With "Hip Hop Family Tree"

The cartoonist talks about the second volume of his masterful history of hip hop and how Marvel Comics and Harvey Pekar influenced his approach to the book.

Eleanor Davis Shows Readers "How To Be Happy"

Eleanor Davis Shows Readers "How To Be Happy"

The acclaimed cartoonist talks about her first book for adults, a collection of short comics titled "How To Be Happy."

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Lucy Knisley Travels with "An Age of License," Goes DIY in "Something New"

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Lucy Knisley Travels with "An Age of License," Goes DIY in "Something New"

Cartoonist Lucy Knisley makes her upcoming wedding the subject of her upcoming book and talks about how the recipes in "Relish" changed her career.

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Don Rosa Builds a Library with "Uncle Scrooge"

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Don Rosa Builds a Library with "Uncle Scrooge"

Famed "Donald Duck" artist Don Rosa talks about the career he never thought he would have, the character's European legacy and more.

Drew Friedman Presents "Heroes of the Comics"

Drew Friedman Presents "Heroes of the Comics"

The acclaimed artist talks about what goes into depicting 84 of the artists, writers, editors and publishers who -- for better or worse -- made comics what they are.

SDCC: Fantagraphics Looks Forward, Celebrates History

SDCC: Fantagraphics Looks Forward, Celebrates History

Fantagraphics balances an appreciation for the past and vision for the future with retrospective collections and new work coming in 2015.

Reynolds, Nel Discuss Bringing "Barnaby" to a Wider Audience

Reynolds, Nel Discuss Bringing "Barnaby" to a Wider Audience

Co-editors Eric Reynolds and Phil Nel discuss Fantagraphics' collections of Crockett Johnson’s acclaimed "Barnaby" strips, the second of which arrived in stores this week.

Legendary "Uncle Scrooge" Artist Rosa Builds a Library in Duckburg

Legendary "Uncle Scrooge" Artist Rosa Builds a Library in Duckburg

Award-winning cartoonist Don Rosa discusses his Fantagraphics' prestige series, the unofficial "Uncle Scrooge" soundtrack, and the strangeness of his career.

Stechschulte Turns Pro with "Weird" Horror/Comedy "The Amateurs"

Stechschulte Turns Pro with "Weird" Horror/Comedy "The Amateurs"

Conor Stechschulte tells CBR about his darkly comedic graphic novella debut which tells the scary-funny story of two butchers with amnesia.

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