On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, the comic “Love and Rockets” is being saluted by publisher Fantagraphics with a ma$$ive compilation of the first 40 books. Fans will enjoy this recent and excellent interview on Bullseye where Xaime and Gilbert Hernandez talk about their creative process, the third Hernandez brother, and how they will plan to end the two forty-year-running stories set in Hoppers and Palomar. Along the way you’ll hear about “Nardcore,” day jobs, and why they far preferred reading Archie and Harvey comics and not Marvel or DC.
Carla and I have been enjoying Love and Rockets (the comic book, not the band that swiped the name) since the 1980s, when Carla bought a copy at a comic… READ THE REST
Love and Rockets’ creators Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez have mentioned in interviews that they loved Little Archie comic books when they were growing up. Little Archie was started in the… READ THE REST
The legendary Love and Rockets cartoonist turns his gaze to Riverdale. READ THE REST
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