The thing that I really liked about Batman as a comic book property was that they’re all fucked-up characters — that’s what’s so beautiful about them.
We [cartoonists] live and die by our newspapers… We’ve all built our careers on trying to be content for newspapers.
Comics are a sub-set of pictorial narrative; therefore, all comics are pictorial narratives, but not all pictorial narratives are comics.
Webcomics have already eclipsed newspaper comics creatively, because of all the restraints put on newspaper comics.
Wil Eisner, Jack Kirby, and the comics godfathers who broke their cherries in Brooklyn would be proud to see the industry thriving and expanding where water towers and fire escapes still exist and the streets are encoded with the blood and secrets of human trial and error, challenging our pencils, inks, and digital tools to…
Comics are such an incredibly unique form of art and literature, when comics are done right, there really is nothing like them.