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Scott McCloud: an interview about The Sculptor

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Scott McCloud is one of the most important theoreticians in the world of comics. That’s a title he has earned throgh had work with books like Understanding comics: The invisible art, such an essential volume as Will Eisner’s Comics & sequential art, the other “bible” of the medium, can be. But McCloud is more than just a theoretician; he is also a great complete author whose comics appear less frequently than we would like them to, and sometimes it seems like people just remembers his wonderful Zot, from some decades ...

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Interview with Alison Sampson

A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to publish an advance review of the one-shot titled Genesis, by Nathan Edmondson and Alison Sampson. Their courtesy did not end there and today we have an interview with the artist of that comic. Sampson is an interesting artist not only in her drawings, but also her background as an architect and recently taking the comics profession. Attesting to the (very promising) start of her career as an artist, we talked to her about these topics and more. Interview with Alison Sampson ...

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Interview with Brandon Seifert & Lukas Ketner

Note: This is the english version of the interview included here. Zona Negativa.- In Witch Doctor we find an interesting an original new take on horror genre. Are you close at that genre? Do it have something to do with With Doctor conception? Brandon: I like horror, but it’s not my favorite genre. If I had to choose a favorite genre, it would definitely be science fiction. I think part of the reason people like Witch Doctor is that it’s got a heavy basis in actual science, in addition to ...

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Interview with Sean ‘Cheeks’ Galloway

Zona Negativa: First of all, thank you for this interview. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your beginnings with comic books? Sean ‘Cheeks’ Galloway: My pleasure, Thank you for having me. Sure I started with Marvel Comics on Venom #13, and then later became the cover artist for Teen Titans Go! for 2 years. Zona Negativa: You’ve been working in animation and comic books. Which are the differences in these worlds? Which one is better in a creative level? Sean ‘Cheeks’ Galloway: In animation you work more ...

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Interview with Robert Venditti


We talk with the new writer of Green Lantern

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Interview with David Finch


Interview with David Finch Zona Negativa: How did you ended up drawing Justice League of America? How did they offered this series? What was your reaction to it? David Finch: I had been eager to work with Geoff johns for quite a while and I knew it was something that I wanted to do when I got to DC. Once I got the batman itch out of my system I jumped at the chance to do a book with him. Truth be told, it could have been absolutely any project ...

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Interview with Kagan McLeod


Interview with the author of Infinite Kung Fu

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Interview with Joshua Hale Fialkov


Interview with the author of Echoes and Tumor

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Interview with Frank Quitely

Amongst all the guests of the 15th edition of Viñetas desde o Atlántico -International Comic Book Convention celebrated in A Coruña, galician city located in the north-west of Spain- undoubtedly the author who raised more interest from the fans was Vincent Deighan, better known as Frank Quitely (Glasgow, Scotland, 1968). During the convention, the talented cartoonist not only participated in a professional meeting with local talent, but he also was part of the traditional signing sessions and starred a panel focused on his career. Besides, the visitors had the chance ...

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Interview with Greg Rucka

Zona Negativa (ZN).- On your website you comment how your first recognition as a writer came at 10 years old, when you won a contest for short stories. In several interviews you point your true calling is to tell stories, regardless of the medium in which they are published. But, do you remember the first time you thought about doing it as a comic? Greg Rucka.- I started reading comics in college, I had a friend and we wanted to do a comic together and I wrote four issues of ...

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