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Colloquium #10Colloquium #10: That Kind of Western — Jay Faerber on Copperhead

Markisan interviews Jay Faerber on his Image series, Copperhead. Jay talks about writing “Deadwood in space,” working Marvel style, the industry shift to creator-owned stories and what the hell kind of animal officer Boo actually… [more]

IM000425.JPGConversations with Creators: Kevin Rubio

Conversations with Creators is a collaborative interview series designed to understand the processes and inner workings of the artist, their creations, and how their work impacts the comic booking industry. Each meeting is candid and… [more]

zdgThe New Batgirl: An Interview with Babs Tarr and Cameron Stewart

Nick Ford: Please tell us who you are and what you’re most known for. Babs Tarr: Besides BATGIRL I’m probably best know for my Bosozoku Sailor Scouts piece that kind of went viral a couple… [more]

Colloquium with CW CookeColloquium #8: Orange is the New Cape — CW Cooke on Solitary

Markisan interviews CW Cooke on Solitary, his upcoming superhero prison drama from Devil’s Due Entertainment. CW talks about the challenges of working on a creator-owned indie series, the politics of prison, what makes the mixture… [more]

revival-575Revival Interview with Mike Norton and Tim Seeley at Boston Comic Con 2014

Nick Ford: I’m Nick Ford at Boston Comic Con and I’m here with Tim Seeley and Mike Norton of Revival, which is a comic for Image. Tell me a little about yourselves as comic creators and… [more]

Colloquium with Chuck DixonColloquium #9: Ice Reaching like Fingers — Chuck Dixon on Winterworld

Markisan interviews Chuck Dixon on his IDW series, Winterworld. Chuck talks about the challenges of surviving a frozen wasteland, taking Winterworld to TV, the temperament of badgers and the fortunate translation mistake that led to walrus… [more]

Covers by Nick Roche with colours by Josh Burcham, Letters by Shawn Lee for #1 and Tom B. Long for #28.Reinventing the Cog: A Conversation with The Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye’s James Roberts – Part Two

Ok, so I have something of a confession to make. This interview in its original conception was a single piece and was meant to have been published quite some time ago. James had originally hoped… [more]

lastborn-01_cover_r_1000px-661x1024Last Born: An Interview with Patrick Meaney

The act of discovery is one that often leaves an impression that can have lasting effects on an individual, shaping future actions that may have otherwise been passed by. I first heard of Sequart’s own… [more]

originalbwstockReinventing the Cog: A Conversation with The Transformers: More than Meets the Eye’s James Roberts

Many might think Transformers comics are glorified toy catalogues at best. However, to Transformers fans old and young, the toys are but one facet or tool for the indulgence of the imagination in creative and… [more]

"It's important that our equivalent of this scene is not a man posing dramatically as he shows off his physical or metahuman powers, but a woman sitting down, looking up from a book and saying it quite quietly but confidently, inside her head."My So-Called Secret Identity: An Interview with Will Brooker

Dr. Will Brooker is no stranger to this site. He and his creator-owned comic My So-Called Secret Identity have been featured multiple times either within the context of an interview or a review. Dr. Brooker has most… [more]

meatgeminiChris Claremont and Documentary Filmmaking: An Interview with Patrick Meaney

Sequart has a new documentary all about Chris Claremont. We sat down with director Patrick Meaney to talk about comics, filmmaking, and working with Claremont: SEQUART: A lot of the times documentaries get a critical… [more]

Martian Comics #1 cover by Darick RobertsonJulian Darius on Martian Comics

Julian Darius, founder of Sequart Organization, has a Kickstarter up for a comics series called Martian Comics, to be published by his company Martian Lit. The first storyline was co-created by Sequart contributor Kevin Thurman.… [more]

Noir City #2Cody Walker on Noir City

Cody Walker, Webmaster here at Sequart, has put together a Kickstarter for the second issue of his comic book Noir City. JULIAN DARIUS: You and your co-writer, Rich G. Valerius, have been working on Noir City… [more]

Steve Holland SBA-1940-coverAn Interview with Steve Holland

I’ve been following Steve Holland’s blog, Bear Alley, for several years for his daily postings on contemporary British comics and the wide range of British comics history he has researched. While there are a few places… [more]

KUMAR Blade Of The ImmortalAn Interview with Kumar Sivasubramanian

Kumar Sivasubramanian is an Indian-born Canadian currently living in Melbourne, Australia. He has written for Dark Horse Presents and translated over eighty volumes of manga from Japanese to English, including such series as Blade of… [more]

Warren Magazine 11 the SpiritF.J. DeSanto on Will Eisner

I was speaking with director (and Sequart alum) Patrick Meaney about our Will Eisner Week plans, and he said, “You guys should hit up [Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods and Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts executive… [more]

Colloquium MooreColloquium #7: Psychological Damage – Terry Moore on Rachel Rising

Markisan interviews Terry Moore on Rachel Rising, his critically acclaimed, self-published horror series. Terry discusses what makes terror work, creating the creepy town of Manson and the unique characters who live there, having his heart broken over… [more]

Emery Mike Allred Pin Up 2011An Interview with Richard Fairgray

After several years of gestation, writer / artist Richard Fairgray and co-writer Terry Jones have recently launched their flagship title, Blastosaurus, through ComiXology. Blastosaurus is an ongoing monthly comic about a crime-fighting dinosaur, written and drawn… [more]

CARP Trial of Sherlock HolmesThe Curious Case of the Omnipresent Consulting Detective, Part 2: An Interview with Leah Moore and John Reppion

You’re in for a special treat this week.  In my last column, I talked about the flurry of Sherlock Holmes projects that have appeared over the past five years.  This week I wanted to turn our… [more]

Tim GibsonTim Gibson on Moth City

I first encountered Tim Gibson’s Moth City in a Facebook group where he’d share illustrations during its gestation. Occasionally, much to our jealousy, Tim would mention going on writing retreats to work on Moth City in scenic parts of… [more]

Mike CareyColloquium #6: The Monster that Wears Our Face — Mike Carey on Suicide Risk

Markisan interviews Mike Carey on Suicide Risk, his ongoing superhero series for BOOM! Studios. They discuss the epic scope of the book, the possibility of a Careyverse, and how real people would react if they ever got… [more]

Logo-Brooker InterviewMy So-Called Secret Identity — A Superhero Comic That Breaks the So-Called Norms

Look around the world of superheroes today, and it is clear the winds of change are blowing. Although it is true that many of the people donning spandex, capes, and cowls who take to the… [more]

Jason AaronColloquium #5: Norse Cosmology — Jason Aaron on Thor: God of Thunder

Markisan interviews Jason Aaron on Thor: God of Thunder. They talk about the three versions of Thor, the deliciousness of Mead, coming up with elf names, Mangog, and why beards are essential for both men and Gods.… [more]

In the Dark coverIn the Dark with Rachel Deering: An Interview About a Horror Anthology

Billed as “A monstrous collection of all-new, original terror tales from the darkest and most brilliant minds in comics,” Rachel Deering’s Kickstarter In the Dark promises to deliver a hefty tome of over 250 pages… [more]

Christos GageColloquium #4: Point of No Return — Christos Gage on Absolution

Markisan interviews Christos Gage on his creator-owned superhero series, Absolution. They talk about how protagonist John Dusk becomes a killer, the effects of PTSD on police officers, the parallels between Absolution and Breaking Bad, and how to get… [more]