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Archives - January 2010

Interview: Jason Starr, author of The Chill

Jan 12, 2010

Jason Starr is best known for his line of noir bestselling prose (Panic Attack, Twisted City, The Follower), so he was a natural for the newly launched Vertigo Crime line. But Starr turned in more than a noir work; The Chill is actually a riveting paranormal thriller rich in character and setting (Ireland and New York City) and brilliantly illustrated by Mick Bertilorenzi. It's a rollercoaster ride with some truy unexpected twists along the way. We caught up with Starr to talk about his first foray into graphic novels.

Interview: George O'Connor, author of Olympians: Zeus, King of the Gods

Jan 5, 2010

We first met George O’Connor when he did the startling bare and raw (yet achingly beautiful) artwork for Adam Rapp’s graphic-novel debut, Ball Peen Hammer. That was only a few short months ago, but already O’Connor has followed that book up with one of his own: the beginning of a new series focusing on the gods of myth. For this, O’Connor is both writing and illustrating, but he took some time out from his busy schedule to answer our questions.

Interview: Kazu Kibuishi, author of Copper

Jan 1, 2010

Kazu Kibuishi discusses his new collection, Copper, what inspired him and the freedom working on a webcomics series affords him.