Interview with Evan Wolff

2016-10-27T00:55:18+00:00Sep 4, 2014|Features|

Well, it took a lot of palm greasing, but we finally got Evan “The Best Thing We Got Out Of The Moon Landing” Wolff in the hot seat, where he took time out of his schedule of doing every art ever to give us the deets, lowdown, and scoop, respectively. Read on to find out more about Evan’s art and music and thoughts on Dracula.

Interview with Brian Connolly

2016-10-27T00:55:18+00:00Aug 25, 2014|Features|

NOTHING MATTRESS is one of the most dedicated punx comics out there, and Brian Connolly churns these babies out on a timeline so disproportionate to their elaborateness that he can’t help but command a respectful head nod. From punx griping to autobiographical vagary to astral plane nightmare town, these comics come out so quickly you’d think he was on drugs or something. We caught up with Brian in his Sepia-tone shanty town in the former Neverland Ranch to try and get the scoop.

Interview with Ben Snakepit

2016-10-27T00:55:19+00:00Jun 24, 2014|Features|

Ben (“Ghazi”) Snakepit is the comic juggernaut of the modern age. Imagine a robot stuck in an infinite loop playing a game of peekaboo with the most enthusiastic infant on planet earth. Now imagine a narrator doing a whole bunch of drugs and developing a run on sentence trying to say how Ben’s daily comics have been a game of chicken between him and his fans to see who gets bored first, and so far, nobody has lost. To have a fan base be genuinely interested in your life from tour stories to the most mundane occurrences shows something is going right. We caught up with Ben in his Malibu beach house to get the scoop. The REAL scoop.

Interview with Ben Sears

2016-10-27T00:55:19+00:00Jun 17, 2014|Features|

We corresponded with Ben one question at a time in accordance with the visitation rules of space-jail, where he is still serving out a sentence for a crime he may or may not have committed. freebensears.com

Interview with Andy Warner

2016-10-27T00:55:20+00:00May 13, 2014|Features|

Andy Warner comes from the sea, uses his power of comics for journalism, and loves dealing with our bullshit. It’s about time you knew the truth. He’s also a giant.