(INTERVIEW) In the second frame of Harvey Pekar's new graphic novel, Ego & Hubris, his hero, a Ukrainian raised in Brooklyn named Michael Malice, says, "I wouldn't say that it was a horrible or an abusive life; it was just a childhood not suited for a human being." Tonight, Pekar, most famous for his autobiographical comic-book series American Splendor, is interviewed onstage by Stranger critic Paul Constant, who has the best name ever. (Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, 624-6600 for info. 7:30 pm, $5.)