Braganza, Chantal. 2010.
Don’t confuse Daniel Clowes with an opinionated, middle-aged loner
Ghost World author is back with Wilson, his first full-length comic in five years. But he’s not the protagonist.
Toronto Star (May 6): http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/article/805305--don-t-confuse-daniel-clowes-with-an-opinionated-middle-aged-loner
Khosla, Abhay et al. 2010.
Savage Symposium: Wilson By Dan Clowes.
Savage Critics blog (May 10): http://www.savagecritic.com/roundtable/savage-symposium-wilson-by-dan-clowes/
Levack, Chandler. 2010.
Comic timing: After six years, Daniel Clowes is returning to the Toronto Comic Arts Festival with Wilson, his first original graphic novel with Drawn & Quarterly. The only problem? He's more afraid of success than ever.
Eye Weekly (May 5): http://www.eyeweekly.com/arts/article/91751--comic-timing
Del Signore, John. 2010.
Daniel Clowes, Cartoonist.
Gothamist (May 5): http://gothamist.com/2010/05/05/daniel_clowes_illustrator.php
Rudick, Nicole. 2010.
Daniel Clowes [Cartoonist].
Partially online at http://www.believermag.com/issues/201005/?read=interview_clowes
Miliard, Mike. 2010.
Interview: Daniel Clowes: On going from Enid to Wilson.
Boston Phoenix (April 27): http://thephoenix.com/boston/arts/101313-interview-daniel-clowes/
Brooks, Allen. 2010.
DCist Interview: Daniel Clowes.
DCist (April 30): http://dcist.com/2010/04/dcist_interview_daniel_clowes.php
Kois, Dan. 2010.
Panel Discussion Daniel Clowes covers cartoon history in one graphic novel.
NYmag.com (May 2): http://nymag.com/arts/books/features/65724/
Deusner, Stephen M. 2010.
Stick Figure: Daniel Clowes, 'Wilson'.
Chute, Hillary. 2010.
Off-page with... Dan Clowes: With Wilson, the graphic novelist has more fun being bleak.
Time Out New York (761; April 29–May 5).
Howard, Dave. 2010.
Dan Clowes' new Graphic Novel, Wilson,
Torontoist (April 14): http://books.torontoist.com/2010/04/dan-clowes-new-graphic-novel-wilson/
Mercier, Jean-Pierre. 2009.
“ Je crois que je me suis toujours senti à part”: entretien avec Dan Clowes.
Ninth Art: http://neuviemeart.citebd.org/spip.php?article34
Rhode, Mike. 2010.
International Ink: Clowes, Kids, Crackers and Hellboy [reviews].
Washington City Paper Arts Desk blog (April 29): http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/artsdesk/books/2010/04/29/international-ink-clowes-kids-crackers-and-hellboy/
Rhode, Mike. 2010.
“Likable Characters Are for Weak-Minded Narcissists”: A Chat with Daniel Clowes.
Washington City Paper Arts Desk blog (May 3): http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/artsdesk/books/2010/05/03/likeable-characters-are-for-weak-minded-narcissists-a-chat-with-daniel-clowes/#more-23182