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Interview: Royden Lepp, author of Rust: Visitor in the Field

Dec 13, 2011

It’s been decades since robot soldiers were created to win a human war. In the years that have passed, peace has seemingly settled in on this seemingly very earthlike planet…but now a robot with a childlike appearance has come to a small family farm, being chased by a wildly violent, much larger android. That’s the beginning of Royden Lepp’s creative and inventive new book, Rust, the first in a series. Here’s Lepp’s take on the story that is about to unfold for readers.

Interview: Tom Pomplun, author of African-American Classics: Graphic Classics Volume 22

Dec 1, 2011

Co-editors Tom Pomplun and Lance Tooks discuss the work behind their new book, African-American Classics, which features the works of Trevor von Eeden, Jeremy Love, Christopher Priest, and many others.

Interview: Jim Butcher, author of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Fool Moon Part 1

Nov 22, 2011

Bestselling prose author Jim Butcher talks about the ongoing success of the graphic-novel adaptations of his Dresden Files series, starring Chicago’s favorite wizard police consultant.

Interview: Avi Arad, author of The Innocent

Nov 22, 2011

Hollywood producer Avi Arad discusses his new book, the manga thrill ride The Innocent, a wild ride incorporating vengeance and the afterlife.

Interview: Charles Vess, author of Drawing Down the Moon: The Art of Charles Vess

Nov 22, 2011

After more than 30 years in the business, artist Charles Vess has worked on some of the biggest characters around. His early work decorated Heavy Metal magazine; in the mid-’80s, he worked on Spider-Man; and later, he went on to collaborate with Neil Gaiman on The Books of Magic and Sandman. That was just the beginning of his work with Gaiman, which also includes Stardust and Blueberry Girl. Now, Dark Horse has just released Vess’s intense retrospective Drawing Down the Moon, a 200-page look back at his decades in the business. We talked to Charles about what it’s like to revisit his body of work at this point in his career.