A Jaime Hernandez primer…

December 9th, 2010 by

That’s how Love and Rockets started: we were just cocky and didn’t know we could fail. We went ahead and published the first one ourselves and didn’t care what the outcome would be, we just wanted to be printed. Hopefully we could sell it and make money, but there was no one to tell us not to. That was the punk part of it. The more we got good response, the more we kept doing it.

—Jaime Hernandez on Graphic NYC

Along with a million ass-kicking comics and interviews, this month’s issue of MRR features an exclusive interview by Ariel Awesome with the great Jaime Hernandez, co-creator of the legendary Love and Rockets comics. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the artist, we thought you might appreciate a little primer on the man and his art. So we recommend you check out this excellent article on Jaime on the Graphic NYC website that covers all the basics pretty well. And for the illiterate and/or lazy punks, just skip ahead to this video piece that appeared on public television in LA. Then it’s time to pick up anything and everything you can find by Los Bros Hernandez and, of course, the amazing MRR Punk Comics Issue!

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