DIGITAL Archives

2005-2020

Like the print archive, this archive is by no means complete. It simply contains a smattering of interviews, articles, and reviews published in the digital version of the Reglar Wiglar.

NOTE: All interview conducted by me, Chris Auman, unless otherwise noted.

BAND INTERVIEWS

Rebecca Sueng interviewed Nashville, Tennessee's garage rock band Bad Cop then whipped up this tasty article for the citizens to enjoy.

The Blasted Diplomats and Chris Auman walk into a Bucktown bar. That's the setup to this interview with Chicago's records store clerk supergroup.

I discussed the sweaty music scene in Charm City, of which Dope Body is a proud memeber of.

Tom Hauser, mastermind behind local band Kaspar Hauser, sat down with me for some Persian cuisine and to talk about Cleveland, among many other topics.

T. Bux interviews old friend and fellow Virginian John Campbell of the might metal band Lamb of God.

Gag me with a spoon, Lollygagger may be the funniest heavy band in the Chicago music scene right now and that's no joke!

I focused in on this edgy Chicago rock quartet and bounced a few questions of Radar Eyes.

Reading Rainbow is not just a literary meteorological phenomenon, it's a great band duo too as I found out.

I was sure the Summer Girlfriends were a group of imaginary band from Canada, but boy, was I wrong. They're a Chicago band!

When I heard the the call of Voice of Addiction I just had to answer. Here is my interview with Ian from this great Chicago punk rock band.

COMICS ARTISTS/
GRAPHIC NOVELISTS

Derf Backderf talks about his graphic novel about his famous-for-the-wrong-reasons high school friend, Jeffrey Dahmer.

Box Brown created graphic novels about pop culture pioneers like Andy Kaufman and Andrew the Giant and was gracious enough to talk to me about his process.

Jeffrey Brown makes killers robots downright adorable. I found out a bit about his influences that are not Star Wars.

Indie-comics-hero-turned-kids-comics-hero, Jef Czekaj explains just how in the hell you pronounce his name (spoiler alert: it's check-eye).

I became aware of Simon Gane's work when we used to trade zines accross the pond way back in the day. I was finall able to track him down and interogate him.

Andrew Maclean sure knows how to lop a head off a gnarly troll-looking dude. Or, I should say, he knows how to draw a dude who knows hot to lop a head of a... you get the idea.

Tom Neely may be one of the masterminds behind the cult hit Henry and Glenn Forever comics, but he's got plenty of love for other projects too.

Ed Piskor likes delving into the histroy of things like hacking and hip hop then doing creating graphic novels out of what he find.

Mimi Pond has been sending ripples and making waves in comics for about five decades now. I asked her about her recent autobiographical work.

John Porcellino is the king of King-Kat Comics. So don't mess with him, all right? I asked John about his long-running publication.

Jesee Reklaw and I go way back in the underground zine/comic publishing world and I finally got to ask him a bit about his backstory.

Hans Rickheit makes some truly bizarre comics that will make you feel a little weird in a really great way. I learned a little more about why that is.

WRITERS & ZINE MAKERS

Author and awesome slide lap steel guitar player, Zach Boddicker withstands a few questions about his latest novel.

Nick Sondy interviews sci-fi writer, English professor, and total Dickhead (Phillip K. Dick], and former bandmate David Gill.

Jake Austin has been publishing his Roctober zine for decades, I found out why.

Author Caseen Gaines dug deep into one of the most bananas Saturday morning TV shows ever, Pee-Wee's Playhouse.

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