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Writer Jim Ottaviani on adapting Edward O. Wilson’s Naturalist | Interview

We speak to Jim Ottaviani on the process of turning Edward O. Wilson’s prose autobiography Naturalist into the comic book Naturalist: A Graphic Adaptation.

Elizabeth Brei on Star Wars Adventures | Interview

Elizabeth Brei

Star Wars Adventures Editor Elizabeth Brei explains how the relaunched title has and hasn’t changed, and how the all-ages anthology balances a universe of characters and settings.

Interview: Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed on ‘When Stars Are Scattered’

Omar Mohamed and Victoria Jamieson talk about ‘When Stars Are Scattered,’ the true story of Mohamed’s childhood in a refugee camp.

Abby Howard on ‘Mammal Takeover’ and her ‘Earth Before Us’ trilogy

With Mammal Takeover, the third and final installment of Abby Howard’s Earth Before Us series, the cartoonist (and her in-story alter ego) have given readers (and their stand-in Ronnie) a brief but complete history of life on Earth. We spoke with Howard about the creation of the series, and the challenges of this particular installment.

Interview: George O’Connor

Esther Keller talks to George O’Connor as his Olympians series draws to a close.

Interview: Writer Ridley Pearson on ‘Super Sons: The Polarshield Project’

DC’s new Zoom line for young readers kicks off with Ridley Pearson and Ile Gonzalez’s Super Sons: The Polarshield Project. We spoke to Pearson about how the sons of Superman and Batman came to battle the effects of climate change.

Interview: ‘Red Range: Pirates of the Fireworld’

In Joe Lansdale and Sam Glanzman’s graphic novel Red Range, African American vigilante Caleb Range and his young sidekick wreak vengeance on a murderous group of Klansmen and then are transported to another world where more dangers await. On the last page of that book, they stare out at a strange body of water filled […]

Interview and Preview: ‘Enola Holmes’ Graphic Novel

Later this month, IDW Publishing will release The Case of the Missing Marquess, the first graphic novel based on Nancy Springer’s Enola Holmes YA novels. Enola Holmes is the much younger sister of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes—she’s just 14 years old—and in this first story, she dodges their attempts to send her to boarding school […]

Interview: Ryan Ferrier and Roger Langridge on ‘Criminy’

When their town is overrun by pirates, Daggum Criminy and his family find themselves cast adrift, literally, floating across the ocean before landing in a series of strange lands. That’s the idea behind Criminy, the new graphic novel by writer Ryan Ferrier, whose credits include the Regular Show and Over the Garden Wall comics, and […]

Interview: Jeff Parker, Michael Moreci and Dan Parent on ‘Archie Meets Batman ’66’

Gotham City circa 1966 was an almost ideal place to commit crimes. There were always museums, galas, and charity fundraisers to rob, there was a large pool of men of low character willing to adopt goofy codenames and uniforms in order to serve as henchmen, the place was lousy with raw material to build elaborate […]