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Guest Interview: Writer/Artist David Lapham on The Strain, Ferals, Self-Publishing, 'Weird' Tweeting, and More

9 November 2012 11:10 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie had an in-depth chat with the Eisner Award-winning writer/artist David Lapham on a wide range of topics including his adaptation of The Strain, the upcoming Ferals, the ups and downs of the comics world, blowing off steam on Twitter, and lots more.

Scott Allie: After breaking into superhero comics, you really made a name for yourself with Stray Bullets, which did two things: It (1) established you as a brilliant crime cartoonist and (2) marked a pinnacle of self-publishing, creator-owned success. Lately you've been a lot busier on licensed books. What's different about the industry now, as opposed to the late Nineties?

David Lapham: Thanks! I'll start by talking about the mid-Nineties, which is when we started Stray Bullets, and the movement of self-publishing, small press, and just independent-driven comics. For the record, I personally was never a self-publisher. Maria, my wife and business partner, »

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