Tag Archives: comic book artists

Interviewed: AARON ALEXOVICH

Interviewed: AARON ALEXOVICH

Whoa, 2012 already?! Don’t know how that happened. Happy New Year everybody! As you know I’ve been posting little 5 question interviews with artist and writers in the US comics industry this past year or so, trying to promote some talent you may not have seen and learn from other pros. At Comic Con in […]

Interviewed: BEN TEMPLESMITH

Interviewed: BEN TEMPLESMITH

Ben Templesmith is a New York Times best selling artist and writer most widely known for his work in the comic book industry where he has received multiple nominations for the International Horror Guild Awards as well as the industry’s top prize, the Eisner Award. He also won a Spike TV Scream Award. As a […]

Interviewed: TYLER G. CROOK

Interviewed: TYLER G. CROOK

Tell us a little about yourself I started as a working artist when I was 18. I got a job at a children’s clothing company. I worked there for a few years before deciding that I needed to go to art college and learn how to make real art. Art school ended up being simultaneously […]

Interviewed: MEGAN BRENNAN

Interviewed: MEGAN BRENNAN

Tell us a little about yourself I’m from New Jersey, and I’ll graduating from the School of Visual Arts this May. I’ve been working on posting short stories (well, compared to a graphic novel , 30-something pages is short. To me it seems pretty long right now) online at www.megan-brennan.com. Besides comics, I’m also interested […]

Interviewed: POLLY GUO

Interviewed: POLLY GUO

Tell us a little about yourself I’m an animation student at the School of Visual Arts, but I LOVE comics! I write and draw a comic called Houdini & Holmes (It’s a two issue story where Houdini, after a feud with his friend Conan Doyle, is accused of murder, and it’s up to Sherlock Holmes […]

Interviewed: RAMMER MARTINEZ SANCHEZ

Interviewed: RAMMER MARTINEZ SANCHEZ

Rammer Martínez Sánchez writes and recites poetry, dabbles in writing short stories, does graphic design and ambigrams, and makes comics. He’s in various publications, from The Manhattan Times, logo books, online and in print literary journals, as well as various comicbook anthologies. Check his blog at http://www.smokymirrors.com/, and if you subscribe to it, he’ll make […]

Interviewed: JOSH SHALEK

Interviewed: JOSH SHALEK

Tell us a little about yourself I grew up in Tucson, Arizona. The desert continues to influence my work. I drew comic strips for my high school and college newspapers and my first daily comic for The Colorado Daily in Boulder, Colorado. I’ve been drawing the daily comic Welcome to Falling Rock National Park for […]

Interviewed: GREG RUTH

Interviewed: GREG RUTH

Greg Ruth was Born in Texas and lived there through high school before coming up to Brooklyn to attend Pratt. He was originally on track there to be an architect, then switched over to fine arts to be a painter, but always nurtured a growing love for comics, so despite then working as an artist’s assistant […]

Recommended: JASON

Recommended: JASON

Norwegian sequential art genius Jason is for everybody. Even your girlfriend will like his stuff. Mostly anything you can get your hands on by this guy is brilliant, even though he has never really topped his coming-of-age tragedy “Hey, wait” from 2001. It’s available in Danish from Fahrenheit Publishing. In English, most of his books are […]