Posts Tagged ‘ PAUL POPE ’


At the bar…

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…

Yes, yes, yes, the rumors are true: Paul Pope is working on a massive, epic project for First Second — in full color and for young readers. Here’s a quote from Pope in this week’s PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY COMICS WEEK, just to whet a few appetites: Battling Boy is aimed at kids and it’s coming out Read the Rest…

[NOTE: Leland Myrick joins the inspired gang of guest-bloggers. His MISSOURI BOY is on the First Second FALL ’06 list. Leland’s entry includes a few magnificent behind-the-scene sketches for it.] ***Missouri Boy Origins*** I didn’t set out to make an autobiographical graphic novel. I really didn’t. For years I’d been writing poems about my early Read the Rest…

(A new glimpse of ROBOT DREAMS! Ever since the first preview, foreign publishers keep asking us about this project.)