In my last spotlight on Dresden Codak, I looked at the first five years of the strip and examined how artist and writer Aaron Diaz had developed through his early work and first storyline: Hob. It was a comic t... Read More...
Insufferable returns for another helping of family discourse as Galahad tries to figure out if Nocturnus killed his mother. At the same time Nocturnus is attempting to figure out who's the mastermind pulling Galahad's strings... if only Galahad wouldn't get in the way.
This week's Insufferable continues the story of Nocturnus and Galahad, the former father and son crime-fighting team. Each installment of the series paints the history of their partnership, and the nature of how that partnership dissolved. As the title suggests, Galahad presents himself as an insufferable, "douchebag," having shut the door on his own father and compromised his secret identity.
In honor of it being Women in Comics Week, I wanted to interview some of the ladies in the industry. I asked each of them about how they got into comics, the projects that they're working on, their thoughts on women in comics, and much more. Starting off the week is my interview with the creators of the webcomic Footloose: artist Emily Brady and writer Alley Nutall.