I think every time you take a female character, a black character, a Hispanic character, a gay character, and make that the point of the character, you are minimalizing the character.
He [Roy Lichtenstein] was also fascinated by the “language” of comics, the juxtaposition of words or word balloons with an image set within a defined frame, and the way that stereotypic images and the mechanical use of colour could convey powerful emotions.
You can get so obsessed with doing comics, and people think you’re crazy because all you want to do is draw.
What I loved about Batman was his total lack of awareness when it came to his interaction with the outside world.
Ever since the release of “Watchmen,” I’ve seen a lot of people and critics continuously belittling the film.
Mainstream comics can be categorized in terms of two major strands: homonormative and [gender] integrationist.