The latest issue of The Drama arrived in the mail yesterday. As usual, it’s good stuff from front to back and there are a ton of one page comics in the back of the issue.
Here are the details from the website:
-104 pages, perfect-bound, wrap-around cover and 12-page feature/interview with Elvis Studio, conducted by Alvin Buenaventura.
-Interviews with Julie Doucet (conducted by Dan Nadel) and AJ Fosik (conducted by Matthew Newton)
-How-to lesson from Rad Mountain; Ryan Waller and Garrett Morin
-Chromatics tour diary
-"Where Art and Commerce Collide" by Ed Looram, featuring interviews with Augie Galan, Steven Nereo, Karl Peters, Jeremy Dean and James Widegreen
-'This It', our comics/writing supplement, featuring comics by Tom Gauld, Brian Ralph, Zak Sally, Nicolas Robel, Leif Parsons, Tom Kaczynski, Paper Rad, Ron Rege Jr, Marc Bell, Vanessa Davis, Max Hubenthal, David Heatley, Mark Burrier, Alex Lukas, Dash Shaw, Oura Sananikone and Travis Robertson, a story by Steve Almond, and more.
-Contributions from Loyal, Junc, Sara de Bondt, Dan Monick, Jason Frank Rothenberg, and much more.
To look at page samples from issue seven go here.
I’ll be back tomorrow with another review. This week, I took a closer look at my review pile and it’s down to less than a dozen mini-comics. What this means is that I’ll be integrating mini-comics from SPX and other minis that have been pushed to the side to make way for reviews. Fun times are coming…