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Newspaper criticized for cartoon about India's space program! Spotlight on Geoff Johns! Interviews with Scott Snyder, Matt Kindt and Michael DeForge!
At Comic-Con International's "Drawn & Quarterly Jeopardy" panel, the Montreal-based publisher announced new books and played trivia with fans.
ROBOT 6 considers the roles of viscera and body fluids in the latest offerings from Johnny Ryan & Michael DeForge.
More creators join protest against soft-drink company's sponsorship! Interviews with J.G. Jones, John Layman, Michael DeForge and Alisa Harris! A look at "Ultimo"!
Acclaimed cartoonist Michael DeForge discusses life, work and his first full-length graphic novel, "Ant Colony."
Koyama Press' spring lineup includes Michael DeForge's "A Body Beneath," Jesse Jacbos' "Safari Honeymoon" and Seo Kim's "Cat Person." ROBOT 6 has details.
Jim Zubkavich considers the lack of Canadian superheroes! Did Mark Millar's print-first stance play a role in high sales of "Jupiter's Legacy" #1? Interviews with Gary Erskine, Michael DeForge and more!
Tim takes a look at Michael DeForge's "Very Casual" collection from Koyama Press and finds a disturbed Peter Parker, troubled relationships, peculiar organisms and plenty to love.
Koyama Press has shared an exclusive preview of the fifth issue of Michael DeForge's one-man anthology "Lose," which includes a story about two high school students who visit a zoo and experiment with hallucinogens.
Tim reveals his TOP 10 COMICS OF 2012, featuring the work of Matt Fraction, Alan Moore, Michael DeForge, Ryan North, and many other top comic book talents to today.
For ROBOT 6's birthday bash, Koyama Press sent over an exclusive look at their 2012 line-up, which includes new comics by Michael DeForge, Dustin Harbin and more.
ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins chats with "Lose" and "Ant Comic" creator Michael DeForge about the "killer quartet" of comics he released in 2011 and what's coming in 2012.
Koyama Press has become one of the more notable small press publishers on the scene and CBR spoke with owner Annie Koyama about the company and how illness led her to publish comics.
CBR spoke with cartoonists Jessica Abel and Matt Madden about editing "The Best American Comics" series, why the list is so important, and why superheroes so rarely make the list.