Saturday, 1 December 2012

My Life And Work!

Historian and journalist Nathan Wilson has just completed a long and in-depth interview with me covering just about anything you would ever want to know about my life and work. It is online at the Graphic Novel Reporter site and you can read it by clicking here.

With 2010's Bulletproof Coffin and its successorBulletproof Coffin: Disinterred in 2012, David Hine received both critical and commercial recognition across the comics press for his avant-garde, creator-owned series. From reviews and interviews in The Comics Journal and Comics Alliance to Comic Book Resources and other outlets, Hine's vivid interpretation of the medium and its sordid history have been ripe for journalists seeking parallels with his own career in the industry. While many audiences know of Hine from his recent time on The Darkness with Jeremy Haun for TopCow or previous corporate work for DC Comics, Marvel, and many other publishers, few may realize his lengthy tenure in the business and multiple roles as an author, illustrator, and cartoonist. I had the fortune of discussing the craft of comics production with him as well as his creative process.