Brian Bolland: a comic-book genius redux (interview).

September 19, 2021 | By | Reply More

Ed and Jim score a nearly two hour long interview with legendary comic-book artist Brian Bolland, best known in the United Kingdom as one of the definitive Judge Dredd artists for the British comic 2000 AD. He led the ‘British Invasion’ of the American comics industry and created the artwork for DC Comics’ first direct-market 12-issue comicbook series, Camelot 3000 in 1982 (with author Mike W. Barr).

Bolland went on to work mostly as a cover artist for DC Comics, doing the overwhelming bulk of his work during this time period. Batman: The Killing Joke, with UK-based writer Alan Moore, as well as a self-penned Batman: Black and White tale are two examples of his rare excursions into interior art.


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