Monday, 4 May 2020

Interview, Dave and Gerhard from Fantasy Advertiser No. 115, 1989

Hi, Everybody!

The Strange Death of Alex Raymond short version, if you want a copy, mail a check for fifty dollars American to :
Box 1674 Stn. C
Kitchener ON N2G 4R2 CANADA
Or, go to and click the one time donation button (there are three of them $1 $5 $10, click any of them, and adjust the quantity to $75 (or $80 if you're using the $10 one,) (the price is higher because uses Canadian monies...) Then send an email to to let him know how you want your name spelled.

Hey look, Dave Sim art for sale. (There's only one piece left, and it ends in seven hours and change.)

Dave and Ger art for sale, auction starts on the 14th.

And the Coronavirus Trilogy: CRISIS IN INFINITE QUARANTINE, BATVARK: CORONAVIRUS, SUPER CEREBUS VS COVID-19, and the fourth part from Saturday: The League of Extraordinary Corona. And the Daily Cerebus in Hell? strips. Which have been written and assembled for you at no cost, so if you wanna maybe buy some High Society Red State buttons, that'd be great. Blue State buttons coming soon (maybe Wednesday.) Supplies are limited, when they're gone their gone. And, word 'round the campfire is that Diamond is opening and shipping around May 20th, either way, Green Dante/Green Virgil is the next Cerebus in Hell issue to ship.

And Dave's calling on Thursday, so get me your questions either in the comments, or directly to

So I done stole a thing:

Over on the Faceybook group, Threefiftyseven shared an interview with Dave and Gerhard from Fantasy Advertiser No. 115, 1989. (Which I don't see on their website, so I feel less bad about stealin' it.)

Pictured: The inside of a submarine.

Okay, MOMENT! Boom.

Next Time: Either the next six pages from High Society, OR THE BIGGEST NEWS ABOUT CEREBUS IN FORTY-THREE YEARS!

1 comment:

Dave Kopperman said...

"An inker, to me, is a very functional, mechanical kind of thing. [...] Gerhard's not an inker, Gerhard's an artist."

I wonder if Dave still agrees with the underlying principle of this, given his own artistic focus for the last fifteen years.