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 […]
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Wolfgang Vachon at the C2Y: Discussions on CHild and Youth Care Podcast did an interview with me (HERE). For anyone interested in the experiences of young people in the social service system, there are some great things to listen to (HERE)
Been awhile since I gathered reviews of BAD FOR YOU, my latest book with Scott Cunningham. So here’s a boatload of Bad (excerpts included; follow link for full post). From AdAstra Comix, the increasingly indespensable distributor and reviewer of politically informed comics: “What this book truly brings to the table is empowerment for young minds… […]
The folks at NPeaches blog did and interview with myself and co-author Jeff Korgen. “At the MoCCA Art Fest in April, I discovered the work of comic book writer and illustrator Kevin C. Pyle who introduced me to his newest project – “Wage Theft” – a collaboration with social justice author Jeff Korgen. The comic […]
Alex Dueben at Comic Book Resources asked some great questions. Here’s the (LINK)
Check it out (HERE). This is also a great site to find out what graphic novels are out there in general.
Esther Keller at the School Library Journal blog “Good For Kids” interviewed me. She also had some nice things to say about “Take What You Can Carry” and some great questions. You should check out some of the other posts too as “Good Comics For Kids” has lots of great content. (LINK)