Careful readers of this site know of my love for cartoonist Kevin Huizenga. Hell, he created the only piece of original art that I own. (I don’t have a scanner nor a digital camera, but this page has a drawing on the left that’s pretty close to the piece I “commissioned.”) So it pleases me to no end to note that he’s on the rise and on the move. He has not only his own website (which I’ve mentioned previously—root around and you‘ll find samples of his comics) but now he’s also got his own blog.
He’s got several forthcoming projects, which means I’ll have some happy catching-up to do in a few months. All this and more comes courtesy of a long interview with Huizenga at Comic Foundry. Read him riff on Dutch Reformed Christianity, Victorian ghost stories, adoption, minicomics, and why—despite the interviewer’s persistent claims to the contrary—he’s not Glenn Ganges.
Hop to it.