Garth Ennis interview Comics and Conflicts Conference, london, 19 august 2011

Grady, William
January 2011
Studies in Comics;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p17
Academic Journal
An interview with comic book writer Garth Ennis is presented. He discusses his opinion on the relation between comics and motion picture. He also discusses the Western narrative in his comic book series "Preacher." Ennis describes the impact of the Western genre on his other works as well as the globalization of the genre.


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