The editor talks with ROBOT 6 about his new publishing imprint, and his devotion to bringing classic comics back into print as graphic novels.
Writer-director Rick Famuyima's "Dope" is subversive, smart and funny, deserving a place int he pantheon of coming-of-age comedies.
The coming-of-age comedy, centering on a geeky high school student with a love of '90s hip-hop, was a hit at Sundance.
Like all people with both taste and cable television, I'm a fan of Mad Men. How could I fail to be? It's sharply written, sensitively acted and filled with all manner of beautiful people and glorious retro easter eggs, thanks to its 1960s setting. But with The Playboy Club, Pam Am and now Dope both threatening to mine the same era, it may be time for a television intervention when it comes to mid-century modern.