I don’t really believe in “inspiration” as such. It is more about concentration, observation, receptivity, patience and courage.
I’ve always liked to leave resonant spaces, gaps and hints in stories, where readers can do their own work and… [+]
It’s at the literary end of comics you sense a narrowing of the range, the main strand being a sort… [+]
The small press circuit is, well, small and I have seen a lot of folks who have had very promising… [+]
The history of cartooning is mostly the history of famous cartoon “characters” — not powerful or meaningful stories.
I wanted the violence to hurt – to actually have some consequence, I suppose that was just a reaction to… [+]
Work your fingers to the bone, and then work some more. And, then when you think comics have ruined your… [+]