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Origins of American Born Chinese – part 2 The second storyline in American Born Chinese follows the trials and tribulations of Jin Wang, a Chinese-American boy growing up in a white suburb: Jin’s story is based on my own, but there are significant differences. First, I didn’t really look like him when I was a Read the Rest…

Origins of American Born Chinese – part 1 American Born Chinese, my latest graphic novel, consists of three distinct storylines. The first retells the story of the Monkey King, an ancient Chinese folk hero who is ubiquitous in Asia. Here’s my version: And here’s a more classic rendition: The Monkey King first came into public Read the Rest…

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The Patriot

The Hussar

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Tom Spurgeon interviews Eddie Campbell over at The Comics Reporter ! And here’s how Spurgeon introduces the piece, no less: There’s no artist working in comics today whose body of work I admire more than Eddie Campbell’s. His books are among a handful that you can read at your lowest point of respect and regard Read the Rest…