From walace

I've appreciated everything I've read of yours! I'd love to do what you do. I hope whatever you're doing or going you are happy where you find yourself! smile

I just read the Johnny Depp interview, as it was featured on the bottom of my screen.
Fan fucking tastic.

SG, among other publications, has changed forever, for the worse I'm afraid. The void you're leaving behind is huge. Your expansive knowledge and knack for selecting subjects was unmatched. What a truly impressive body of work you've left behind.


Sayonara, Dan.

From kris7

A superb interviewer. Laid back, conversational, yet informative and professional. He will be sorely missed.

From selket

this site will not be the same without you. you are sooo missed already...

xoxo.

Darick Robertson

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Darick Robertson was previously best known for co-creating Transmetropolitan with Warren Ellis. He is also one of the comic industrys most realistic artists, sometimes disturbingly so. Not that his artwork is photorealistic like Alex Ross or overly detailed like Neal Adams but his characters just look real. Apparently Robertson was taken to task for that when he based the lead character in The Boys, Wee...
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gayballs:

this fuckin breaks my heart. another example of DRE fucking ruling

evanx:

FANTASTIC interview! I love The Boys!!!! biggrin

Tuesday Jun 12, 2007

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i'm so sick its not even funny
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sharyn:

I've read so many of your interviews and had no idea you had passed away, I am so sad to see this. I was coming by to say hello. It's comforting to see all of these messages from people that love and care about you.

R.I.P Dre. :-(

x

alisa:

hey???

Billy Connolly

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Little did I know that the Scottish guy that took over Howard Hessemans role on Head of the Class, Billy Connolly, would go on to become one of the funnier comedians working today. But over the past ten years Connolly has gotten more acclaim as an actor in films like Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Last Samurai and SuicideGirls favorite Boondock...
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tetrisbrokeme:

mightyjoeaverage said:

bledwhite said:
To be fair, he was one of the funnier comedians long before head of the class.
Long live Sir Billy.



oh if only they would give him the Knighthood he so rightly deserves!!



agreed! an absolute legend in his own lifetime

melx:

Great interview. I loved Fido. Very funny.

Joe Matt

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With Spent, autobiographical cartoonist Joe Matt has finally laid to rest his pornography and masturbation addiction. Jerking off 20 times a day will do that to you. In the grand tradition of Robert Crumb, Matt has been exploring his suburban-like depravity for years in his autobiographical comic book Peepshow, which has been collected in a number of trade paperbacks. His latest, Spent, focuses on the...
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squee_:

Interesting interview. Not familiar with him but I think I'll be picking this up. If I can find it around here.

m0ngrel:

interesting... surreal

Sandra Bernhard

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Ive had a crush on Sandra Bernhard ever since her spread in Playboy years ago. But even before that I loved her comedy and her work in films like Hudson Hawk (Ball! Ball!) and her great role on Roseanne. But Bernhard is best known for her acerbic comedy showcased in the many CDs she has released. Her latest is Everything Bad and Beautiful and it...
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cowboybert:

HillsideStrangle said:
Looks-wise, she is a sewer donkey. Comedy-wise, very much the opposite of funny.
She also ruined King of Comedy, the only decent thing she ever took part in.
A poor actress and undeserving of any attention.



Canadians

phantasy:

I think she's awesome.