Man interviews himself 38 years later and makes it into an amazing movie


This is wonderful. When Stoney Emshwiller was 18 years old, he filmed himself interviewing his older self. Thirty-eight years later a 56-year-old Stoney completed the interview by answering his younger self's questions. He's funded the production of a movie, called "Later That Same Life." Read the rest

Glenn Head's autobiography of an underground cartoonist

An excerpt from the new book Chicago, "A Portrait of the Cartoonist as a Young Virgin Living in Suburbia, Featuring Cameo Appearances by R. Crumb, Muhammad Ali and the Author’s Suicidal Thoughts." Published by Fantagraphics.

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Six-degrees of separation from Robert Crumb

Autobiographical cartoonist Jonathan Baylis recalls a story involving the legendary R. Crumb. Excerpted from So Buttons: Man of, Like, a Dozen Faces. Illustrated by Joseph Remnant.

Real Stuff: "Them Changes"

"I've often wondered what made me such a violent teenager... But whatever the reason, by the time I was in my mid-teens I fancied myself a pretty tough customer." Originally published in Real Stuff #6, April 1992. Illustrated by Seth and Chester Brown.

Real Stuff: "Dinner at Dale's"

"Dale and I weren't real close friends in high school, so I was a bit surprised one day when he invited me to dinner at his house." Illustrated by Julie Doucet. Originally published in Real Stuff #6, April 1992.