MRR Comics & Art Issue Artist Q&A with Annie Mok

  • Published March 19, 2015 By MRR
  • Categories Interviews

This month’s MRR magazine is the Comics & Art Issue! Throughout March we are highlighting some of the participating artists right here on Today we hear from Annie Mok from Philadelphia, PA.


What are your main publishing projects?
I publish Swim Thru Fire drawn by Sophia Foster-Dimino on Hazlitt, and I make things for Rookie Magazine. I also self-publish comic books and zines.

What are some of your artistic influences?
I love expressionistic cartoonists like Maré Odomo, Cathy G. Johnson and Sam Alden.

Musical influences?
Post-punk, the Smiths, Kanye, Drake, TSwift.

How would you describe your style of drawing?
Back and forth, hand to computer, as above / so below. Ratty and leaky.

What other punk projects are you involved with?
I sing in the pop band See-Through Girls.

What’s in the future for you as a cartoonist/artist?
Comic boooookssss, long ones, a.k.a. “graphic novels,” by me solo, and by me as a collaborator/writer with other co-writers/artists.

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For links and more info about this artist and all of the artists in our Comics & Art Issue, check out the artist bios page.