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Today’s show: Depicting the darkness in Johnny Cash

December 10, 2009

Today on Resonance FM:

Strip!: Depicting the darkness in Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash meets Bob Dylan in a couple of panels from I see a Darkness by Reinhard Kleist

Johnny Cash meets Bob Dylan in a couple of panels from I see a Darkness by Reinhard Kleist

Continuing ‘Education and comics’ month on the show, Alex Fitch talks to graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist about his book Johnny Cash: I see a darkness, an epic 224 page graphic novel that tells the life and times of the hell-raising American Country singer from early success to his iconic show at Folsom Prison and beyond. Alex and Reinhard chat about the artist’s varying style from project to project, his love of Americana and the travails of doing such a project in the nascent German comics scene. Continuing ‘Education and comics’ month on the show, Alex Fitch talks to graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist about his book Johnny Cash: I see a darkness, an epic 224 page graphic novel that tells the life and times of the hell-raising American Country singer from early success to his iconic show at Folsom Prison and beyond. Alex and Reinhard chat about the artist’s varying style from project to project, his love of Americana and the travails of doing such a project in the nascent German comics scene.

5pm 10/12/09, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at www.resonancefm.com / podcast online tonight…

Links: Watch a 14 min edit of Alex’s interview with Reinhard, accompanied by the latter sketching Cash at the ICA
More info about Johnny Cash: I see a darkness at http://www.selfmadehero.com
Interview with Reinhard Kleist at http://www.paulgravett.com
Info on the iPhone edition of the Graphic Novel at the Forbidden Planet blog

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