Source: Wired.Com: Underwire
Jeff Lemire doesn’t write conventional comics. Often slow-paced and sketchy, his works are also intractably personal and deeply moving, even if he’s writing about the Invisible Man.
“I draw on a lot of cinematic influences like Ingmar Bergman and Wim Wenders, artists who let a story take its time,” the Toronto-based writer and artist told Wired.com ahead of his Comic-Con International appearances in San Diego on Thursday and Friday. “Comics are a visual medium, and visuals should be allowed to tell some of that story.”
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