Inkstuds on the Road – Part 32 Lando


Up and coming uk cartoonist Lando, joined me in my London flat for a chat about his self published work from Decadance Comics and his new book from Breakdown Press, Gardens of Glass. Lando’s style reminds me of what Frank Santoro and I used to talk about with the idea of fusion comics, where you see someone pulling from so many different sources and creating something completely new.

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2 Responses to Inkstuds on the Road – Part 32 Lando

  1. Noah Coyle says:

    Christ it is good to hear a young, genuinely, anti-capitalist cartoonist in interview. Lando is one of only a handful of independent cartoonists working today who have a really well developed sense of horror at the underlying logic and hierarchies that structure contemporary life and who translate that discomfort into effective comics.

    His elaboration of ‘Pyramid Scheme’ was helpful as I always found that one of his more oblique and difficult to decode works.

    Thanks Robin, I had hoped that you would do this interview eventually.

  2. Mark Onyx says:

    Hi Robin. Long time listener, first time caller.
    I really enjoy Inkstuds! Thank you for all the great interviews!
    It’s great that you were able to make it over to the UK.
    I hope you were able to interview Antione Cosse when you were there…he’s doing some amazing groundbreaking work in comics right now!

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