The penultimate "Palmer's Picks" featured cartoonist Ed Brubaker and his autobio and fiction comics including Lowlife, At The Seams, and Detour.
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.
The critically-acclaimed comic Strangehaven and creator Gary Spencer Millidge were the subject of Palmer's Picks in the summer of '97.
Autobio comic book innovator Joe Chiappetta talked about his new Silly Daddy storyline "A Death In The Family" for Palmer's Picks.
My profile of Steven Weissman, creator of the delightful Yikes! series, helped the cartoonist score an interesting freelance gig.
Brian Michael Bendis was interviewed for Palmer's Picks to promote his indy crime comics years before he redefined mainstream superhero comics.
The second Palmer's Picks spotlight on Jay Stephens coincided with the launch of his two new comics, The Land of Nod and Atomic City Tales.
Legendary American Splendor writer Harvey Pekar was the subject of a Palmer's Picks column along with his wife Joyce Brabner.
My interview with Optic Nerve creator Adrian Tomine appeared just as he was taking his minicomic to Drawn & Quarterly as a full-size comic.
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.
There were quite a few self-published comics in the '90s. Teri S. Wood's science fiction series Wandering Star was one of the few to get a "Palmer's Picks" profile.