Interviews

HELLO: Simon Hanselmann

The comics world is a funny old place. After being largely ignored by both the mainstream and the art establishment for decades and decades, the scene...

Interview: Breakdown Press

Just weeks before Breakdown steps into the limelight to host Safari Festival, we sit down with its founders to ask how they started one of the UK's mo...

Interview: SETH

SETH is an Eisner and Harvey award-winning comic artist whose 1930s inspired aesthetic and quiet, poignant stories set him apart from all other creato...

Interview: Landfill Editions

To kick off our series of interviews with indie comic publishers, we caught up with the team behind the excellent Mould Map series. Last week we inno...

Interview: Belly Kids

The comics and illustration world is full of utterly unique independent publishers. But no other is as wonderfully bizarre as Belly Kids. Sometimes i...

Hello: Robert Hunter

This week we say hello to an artist whose work can have the effect of a strong codeine pill on sore eyeholes. Robert Hunter is a London-based illustr...

HELLO: Johnny Ryan

If you like your comics filthy and furious, to give you that feeling of dirt under your nails, there's a good chance you'll be a Johnny Ryan fan. Per...

HELLO: Jean Jullien

Some artists creep into your consciousness. Others burst into your eyeballs. Jean Jullien seems to have achieved both. We can't remember the exact fi...

HELLO: Rob Flowers

If you melted Ren & Stimpy in a pot of fluorescent paint and then cut it with sour Chewits - you probably still wouldn't have the potency of a Rob...

HELLO: Matt the Horse

If we've learnt one thing in the illustration world, it's that having a damn fine pen name can get you anywhere. Well, that and a bucket load of talen...

Interview: GOSH! Comics

The comic industry has changed radically over the last decade. But while we usually turn to publishers or artists to ask where it's heading... who rea...

Interview: Jeffrey Lewis

Many comic artists have been dubbed the ‘rockstar’ of their generation. There’s a new one every year if you read the broadsheets. But very few actual...