Author Archives: kevincpyle

Graphic Novel Residency: My Reality

Recently I worked with a group of 8th grade students in Bradley Beach, NJ through an Artist’s In Education grant. Over the course of 16 classes I taught them everything I know making comics, which they applied to creating personal stories under the title: My Reality. They came up with many funny, heart-breaking and honest […]

Interview with Alex Dueben in The Comics Journal

Kevin Pyle has had an interesting dual career in comics. He’s been making comics like Prison Town and working on World War 3 Illustrated, to which he’s contributed for more than two decades. But he’s also been writing and illustrating a number of brilliant graphic novels for young adults. I first met him years ago […]

The Dreamers

As our president has decided today to end deportation protection for non-citizens brought here as children (DACA), I thought it worth posting this comic I did based on interviews with Dreamers in El Paso. Excerpted from the comic Migrant: Stories of Hope and Resilience. Order it (HERE)

Pencils started on Migrant Stories

Really feeling the benefits of on-ground research with this project both in the writing and the images. Had we not been able to interview migrants in Nogales we wouldn’t have known they sometimes are forced to sleep in the graveyard AND I wouldn’t have been able to see the actual graveyard.

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