Comics are not illustration, any more than fiction is copywriting.
Tintin was fundamentally too sexless to really catch on in America. There are hardly any girls in Hergé’s stories, and… [+]
Cartoonists are all paid more poorly than a prose author would ever be, and this isn’t even factoring in all… [+]
We are all living in a bubble of fiction. We think that our memories are true but they’re not. All… [+]
Comics are a working class art form.
I lose faith every time I have to start a new page, and this is no joke.
Comics are more an art of reading [rather] than looking.
Cartoon pictures affect memory and sight simultaneously, sort of blurring the line between the two, and if carefully balanced can… [+]
Comics are a disposable, inherently low-rent visual medium. Any innate value they offer is within the beauty of the story… [+]
This is just an incredibly inefficient way to tell a story.
Lately I think a new attitude has prevailed that comics aren’t inherently an Art form, but that some cartoonists are… [+]