Dead End Kids is the latest comic book from writer Frank Gogol. Joining him on the title are Nenad Cviticanin and Sean Rinehart, on art and lettering, respectively.
No One Left To Fight is the upcoming comic from writer Aubrey Sitterson, artist Fico Ossio, and letterer Taylor Esposito. Published by Dark Horse Comics, No One Left To Fight explores what happens after the final battle is won and asks "What does a fighter do when there's no one left to fight?'' The first … Continue reading No One Left To Fight: An Interview With Fico Ossio And Taylor Esposito
David Pepose is a tv, film, and comics professional who has worked for CBS, Netflix, Universal Studios, and DC Comics. Spencer & Locke 2, from Action Lab Entertainment, is set to release next week May 1. I touched base with him about continuing his dark twist on Calvin and Hobbes, Sunday morning comic strip Easter … Continue reading Spencer & Locke 2: An Interview With David Pepose
Tom Bilyeu is the co-founder of Quest Nutrition and co-founder of Impact Theory, a for-profit media company designed to "leverage the self-sustaining power of commerce to radically influence global culture." Impact Theory releases a long-form interview talk show, hosted by Bilyeu, with guests including Levar Burton, Tony Hawk, and Wyclef Jean. 2019 saw Bilyeu venturing … Continue reading Impact Theory: A Wondercon ’19 Interview With Tom Bilyeu
Zechs sits down with the author in black himself, Dirk Manning to talk about his newest comic book projects.
Super-Abled Comics is a comics anthology about superheroes with disabilities, from creators with disabilities. Organized by Travis Rivas, the anthology features stories by Rivas, Mauricio Campetella, Jasen Smith, Brian Marquez, Kenneth Barr, Brady Ann Parham, Sarah Tuberty, Caroline Nolasco, Trace Wilson, Sarah Fletcher, Jake Adams, Jacob Newell, Kim Stumbo, and Willie Wofford. The Kickstarter for … Continue reading Super-Abled Comics: An Interview With Trace Wilson
Laughter is a comic about a family in mourning. After losing their father to demonic possession by a demon called The Sorgier, the family unit is forced to cope with loss and the realization of a force they have never believed in. Though the family exists free from the threat of the demon, they can … Continue reading Laughter: An Interview With Gavin Dillinger And Y. Sanders