Friends With Boys

Make Something That's Yours: An Interview with Faith Erin Hicks
In interest of full disclosure: I am an unabashedly biased about Faith Erin Hicks, whose work I’ve loved for more than ten years now. Every since I found a mini-comic called Zombies Calling in the submissions when I was editor-in-chief at SLG (Slave Labor Graphics) Publishing, I knew she was a cartoonist who was going somewhere. I went on to edit the graphic novel, as well as Hicks’ second graphic novel The War at Ellsmere. Hicks’ newest graphic novel is The Nameless City, a young adult graphic novel set in a fictional world based on 14th-century China, and the first in a trilogy. A boy from the provinces eager to learn more about the mysterious city and a scrappy girl who grew up within its walls forge an unlikely friendship, despite the rift between their people.
Faith Erin Hicks On Adapting Prose, Drawing The Nameless City
Faith Erin Hicks is one of North American comics' most versatile talents, a writer/artist who's gained critical acclaim and commercial success, and raised her profile with each successive project she's released over her 15+ year career. This year's San Diego Comic-Con was particularly eventful for Hicks, as she announced her new graphic novel series from First Second books and won an Eisner Award for Dark Horse's collection of her The Adventures Of Superhero Girl webcomic. We caught up with her in San Diego the morning after the Eisner awards to talk about current projects.
War Rocket Ajax #126: Faith Erin Hicks On ‘Friends With Boys,’ Supergirl And Her Love Of ‘Buffy’
This week on the War Rocket Ajax podcast, Chris and Matt are joined by Canadian cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks to talk about her journey from webcomics to zombie stories to her latest original graphic novel, Friends With Boys. She gets into her love of The Legend of Korra and how much her comics career was influenced by Joss Whedon, and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance..
Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – March 7, 2012: Blanket Recovery
Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week. KEY: * Post-manga ^ The beloved entertainer % Schools ¢ Specific urban setting is very important * % FRIENDS WITH BOYS Faith Erin Hicks' 200-page webcomic about a home-schooled teenager facing her first day of public school is still online--but only through today, since tomorrow it gets replace
‘Friends With Boys’ Creator Faith Erin Hicks on the Economics of Graphic Novels
It seems like we're hearing a lot lately from writers and artists about the grim financial realities of working full-time in the comic book industry. No doubt made worse by the global economic crisis, some problems include DMZ and Northlanders creator Brian Wood's report that his income dropped by 30-40% in 2010; Batgirl and Fairest cover artist Adam Hughes' claim that drawing full comics is actua