Was there a future for the small press after the late '90s comic book market crash? I tried to answer that question with this feature in Wizard #77.
Famed magazine illustrator and master of silent comics Peter Kuper was interviewed for Wizard in the summer of '97 to discuss several of his graphic novels.
True Swamp creator Jon Lewis embarked on a new comic book series, Spectacles, in 1997 and got some coverage in Wizard Magazine to mark the occasion.
Wizard's unofficial small press issue featured a special Palmer's Picks rundown of Ten Small Press Books You Should Own: Hate, Eightball, Dirty Plotte, and more!
Legendary American Splendor writer Harvey Pekar was the subject of a Palmer's Picks column along with his wife Joyce Brabner.
Fan-favorite comic series Scud: The Disposable Assassin was the subject of Palmer's Picks in 1995, long before its creator Rob Schrab made the jump to Hollywood.
Wizard turned two years old and I profiled two of the world's greatest cartoonists in my overview of the iconic Love and Rockets from the summer of '93.
Larry Marder's Tales of the Beanworld is a most peculiar comic book experience, but my "Palmer's Picks" about it had a decidedly peculiar opening line.
Relive the time I talked about Chester Brown's adults-only Yummy Fur in Wizard Magazine (along with Dan Clowes, Charles Burns and Jim Woodring).