Eleanor Davis, author of "Why, art?" and "The hard tomorrow" tells our readers the relationship she has with comics and the meaning behind her graphic novels.
The France-based, Senegal-born artist has made his way into the US industry with his covers, his graphic novel Djeliya and his new Image series Monkey Meat.
One of the best known German authors in the world, one of the first cartoonists to talk about homosexuality in comics, a good forty years ago: an interview with Ralf...
From disruptive success to damnatio memoriae: Ian Gregory investigates the parable of Rob Liefeld, the man who ousted Claremont from mutants.
We interviewed Benjamin Lacombe in Milan.
Jordi Lafebre tells the behind the scenes of his graphic novel Always Never.
An exclusive behind the scenes of the music of the new animated series.
Gillen and McKelvie's Young Avengers run highlights the authors' search for harmony between theme and expressive form. Lykke analyses it.
The celebrations for the 80th anniversary of Captain America's life continue. This time we talk about the Captain with an exceptional guest: the legendary Mark Waid!
In the new Vault Comics series, Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden begin to tell us a mystery set in the Yukon in the Gold Rush's period.