My four interviews in one piece is up at the New Statesman, and I've had very lovely feedback all round - which is always a Good Thing! All four creators will be at the upcoming London Super Comic Con, and all are especially lovely.
Here they are talking about working in creator owned comics and all that that entails. Enjoy!
You can read my latest interview with the lovely Mike Carey, writer of The Unwritten, Lucifer, X-Men and more, over at the New Statesman. Carey is one of my favourite writers - Lucifer one of my favourite series - and we chat about Vertigo past and future, The Unwritten and upcoming plans, creator rights and women in comics, internet trolls and his Felix Castor novels. And more!
Stay tuned for more upcoming interview with David Lloyd, David Mack, Tim Seeley, David Hine, and the one and only Neal Adams as I count down to the London Super Comic Con next month.
A couple of my recent pieces have focused on children's comics here in the UK, and how they've been enjoying a bumper year thanks to some new blood and clever regenerations.
The Dandy Returns over at The Beat looks at how one of the worlds longest running comics is making the change from paper to digital format, while Kids Read Comics: A Popular Revival over at the New Statesman looks at The Phoenix comic and others on offer for children today, as part of a week long focus on British comics at the popular political and cultural magazine.
Check them out!
More reading: Kids Read Comics!
My latest interview with Grant Morrison is up on the New Statesman today.
We chatted about Wonder Woman, finishing Action Comics and Batman Inc, stepping away from DC monthlies, his MBE, Happy, Multiversity, Before Watchmen, MorrisonCon and more. Enjoy!
More to come at a later date in SciFi Now, as well as an interview with the lovely Frank Quitely.