Barry Deutsch grew up in New York and attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City for a year, where he took Will Eisner’s cartooning class.   He moved to Portland and attended PSU and did political cartoons for the student paper, for which he won national Charles Schulz Award for outstanding college cartoonist.   His first graphic novel Hereville follows the lead character Mirka as she faces a witch, a mean pig, and a troll in an effort to win a sword and begin her life’s mission of slaying dragons.  It is a classic fantasy epic.  He is still a political cartoonist his work appear in Dollars and Sense Magazine  and are collected on the website
Check out his blog Alas, a Blog
And for beginning cartoonist, you may like his Guide to Making Comics.

Doug Dorr:   What projects are you working on currently?
I’m writing and drawing the second Hereville book.

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