PopImage is a monthly comics and culture magazine. Launched in
October of 1999, PopImage strives to cover the more fashionable
side of comics, and project our content to both regular comics
readers and those new to the form. This is the archive of our
previous efforts. Be warned that some of the links may be slightly
out of date and/or broken. Still, don't let that stop you from
uncovering the wealth of knowledge contained therein.
Our first issue! With a Pro File on Brian Bendis
we launch PopImage as the new voice of online comics culture.
Featuring interviews with Larry Young, Kieron Dweyer, Casey Jones,
and Daniel Brereton, and a great WHITEOUT popping Cherries feature.
The first installment of BOONDOGGLE in PI Comics, and a notable
Facelift:LEGION rounds our our premiere..
Featuring an exhaustive and acclaimed Pro File
on Bryan Talbot, the November 1999 brought us Andrew Wheeler's
news-making commentary on the outing of the Authority, Interviews
with Joe Quesada, J.H. Williams III, and Mick Gray. Also thrill
to the first installment of "RUST" in PI Comics, Larry Young's
SOUNDTRAX on Astronauts in Trouble, and much much more.
Our bumper festive edition, or something like
that. All our ususal articles, a rather unusual ProFile looking
at the up-and-coming creators for the year 2000.
A new year, and a new look for PopImage. Amid
the festive excitment, we found time to interview Peter Snejbjerg
for our ProFile, as well as chat with Marc Andreyko, write a special
feature on Oni Press, and still bring you all our regular articles.
In our fifth issue, we give Jill Thompson the
ProFile Treatment, talk to the creators of HAPPYDALE, along with
such luminaries and Sean Philips. All this, and only half the
fat of your regular brand.
came in like a lion. View interviews with Jose Villarubia, Dan
Jolley, and Little Red Hot's Dawn Brown. This month's profile
is on House of Secrets artist Teddy Kristiansen, and we also premiere
our new monthly 'Mediawatch' column. All of this under a beautiful
cover by Jose Villarubia.
did a little spring cleaning here and there and refined the look
of the site a little, producing our best issue to date. Highlights
include an in-depth ProFile on Matt Wagner, interviews with Jeph
Loeb, Pop Mhan, and Mike Norton. Plus Warren Ellis' classic "The
Old Bastard's Manifesto".
The cover was provided to us by BOONDOGGLE artist Steve Steglin.