Archive for: The Roundtable Has Pants

The Roundtable Has Pants: Mr. Campbell Speaks

Wrapping up our roundtable on Eddie Campbell’s Alec comics here at HU, we present to you an extended conversation with Mr. Campbell himself about work, life, and fate.

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Jared Or Somebody Like Him on Fate of the Artist

Jared Gardner or a replacement has written about The Fate of the Artist over at the Panelists.

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Utilitarian Review 3/13/11 — The Tech Has Pants

We’ve got some technical work going on on the site today. Shouldn’t be too much interference, but there’s likely to be a bump or two.

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The Roundtable Has Pants: Writing Like Monet

The overall feeling of sketchiness, unfinishedness, of rapidly stealing an instant to the constant flow of living. A vivid memory of a slice of life that’s always fragile because it’s always on the verge of disappearance…

Graffiti Kitchen is an absolute masterpiece of the comics art form.

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The Roundtable Has Pants: Is That a Brick In Your Roundtable or Are You Just Happy To See Me?

Part of my affection for Campbell’s work is a share of common interests:  observational humorous anecdotes, the creative life, wine, the alternate usefulness and folly of self-mythologizing, Alan Moore’s basement

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Alex Boney at the Panelists on Campbell’s Mainstream Work

Over at the Panelists, Alex Boney looks at Eddie Campbell’s mainstream and superhero work in two posts. one; two. More in our own Campbell roundtabling later today.

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The Roundtable has Pants: The Pants Are Prose

For me, the central theme of How to Be an Artist was this question of influence, the in-betweenness of autonomy and beholdenness: at the crossroads.

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