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Latour On Finally Tying Up His Loose Ends with Brunner & Renzi
Jason Latour discusses getting the chance to rerelease and finally bring to a close Loose Ends, his breakthrough southern crime series from 2007.
Jason Latour promises to tie up Loose Ends
It turns out that Loose Ends, one of my favorite comics of 2011, didn’t disappear after all. It’s just taking a long, long time to finish. In a lengthy interview …
Latour Tackles “B.P.R.D.,” Ties Up “Loose Ends”
Tim concludes his conversation with Jason Latour as they discuss more Marvel comics, the influence of successful peers, working on Mike Mignola's "B.P.R.D." and the fate of the long-awaited "Loose Ends" #4.
Jason Latour on B.P.R.D., Writing & Hilarious Gag Strips
This week, Tim talks with writer/artist Jason Latour and the conversation turns to BPRD, crime fiction, early influences and all the greatness that comics has to offer.
What I bought – 9 November 2011
“We took unremarkable men: usual bankers, run-of-the-mill priests, ordinary soldiers and statesmen and wives – and sacramentalized their mediocrity. We smoothed their noons with strings divisi! We pierced their nights …
A Baltimore Assortment: Waffles, Cowboys and Astronauts
Tim recounts his experiences at Baltimore Comic-Con last weekend, where he met friends both new and old and learned a lot about waffles, cowboys, and astronauts.
What I bought – 24 August 2011
“Nevetheless, you’ll have to reconcile yourself to the fact that I am,” retorted Woland with a twisted smile. “No sooner do you appear on the roof than you blab nonsense, …
What I bought – 13 July 2011
What a bore it is, waking up in the morning always the same person. (Jeremy Leven, from Creator) Batgirl #23 (“Here Endeth the Lesson”) by Bryan Q. Miller (writer), Pere …
“Loose Ends:” Crime Comics, Done Right
Tim looks at "Loose Ends" #1 by Jason Latour, Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi, reflecting on superhero comics, crime comics and what makes this first issue so great.