My interview with Optic Nerve creator Adrian Tomine appeared just as he was taking his minicomic to Drawn & Quarterly as a full-size comic.
Brutal superhero parody Marshal Law got the "Palmer's Picks" treatment, the only time I broke format to focus on a character instead of a single writer or artist.
My look at some standout minicomics of the '90s was spread over two issues of Wizard, and there still wasn't room for all the good ones.
Wizard's milestone 25th issue contained my overview of short-lived Canadian publisher Tragedy Strikes Press (Pickle, Cheese Heads, Sin, Way Out Strips).
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).