1. Keeping Your Asgard Up, w...

Writer/ artist Walter Simonson is a legend, having been in the comics industry for over five decades now. Making his name on DC’s Manhunter in the early Seventies, he has moved on to work on everything from Marvel’s Thor and Fantastic...

2. William Harms has a blast...

A writer of true talent often finds themself in the enviable position of having their abilities being used in a number of mediums. One such writer who fits this bill is William Harms. A professional writer since the mid 90’s, Mr. Harms CV...

3. A Chat with The Shadow of...

“I think beyond building an amazing story, J.K. Rowling made reading cool, and I would love to help build on that and continue that.” — author Casey Caracciolo

4. A Novel approach with Jim...

“…the fact that Kirby got to be paid for his characters and kept the copyrights, and Heck and Ayers told me they had never made so much in royalties the whole time they were at Marvel…” — Jim Salicrup

5. A Chat with Monster Motor...

“…that’s what I’m aiming for with Monster Motors. Anyone can pick up the issue and like it. There’s absolutely nothing questionable in it in terms of content, but it’s also doesn’t feel ‘kiddie’.” – Brian Lynch

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A Novel approach with Jim Salicrup and Papercutz!

A Novel approach with Jim Salicrup and Papercutz!

“…the fact that Kirby got to be paid for his characters and kept the copyrights, and Heck and Ayers told me they had never made so much in royalties the whole time they were at Marvel…” — Jim Salicrup

Frank Patz chats about Eternal Con!

Frank Patz chats about Eternal Con!
We’re breaking with tradition here to interview the man responsible for creating a diverse and engaging show in the wild terrain of Long Island, NY. I present to you one man determined to educate...

The Sea Wolf gets the Classic Illustrated treatmen...

The Sea Wolf gets the Classic Illustrated treatment

Needless to say, that Papercutz has chosen to revive this delightful series, giving them a new lease on life is one of the simple joys of our existence.

The Pride of Joe Glass

The Pride of Joe Glass

“Back when I was a young teen, reading comics and coming to terms with my own sexuality, I just felt like there weren’t any characters that really represented me.” — Joe Glass

A Chat with Xenozoic Tales’ Mark Schultz

A Chat with Xenozoic Tales’ Mark S...

“…it wasn’t very satisfying and I eventually figured out that what I really wanted to do was tell stories in visual terms, and that, of course, comics was the perfect medium for that.” – Mark Schultz

A captivating crime noir miniseries, “HIT!” released by BOOM Studios!

A captivating crime noir miniseries, “HI...

“I’m not a proponent of vigilantism but I also don’t believe in standing by idly when help is desperately needed and there’s an opportunity to provide it.” — Bryce Carlson

The Measure of a Superhero: Ray Felix

The Measure of a Superhero: Ray Felix

“They’re holding the word ‘superhero’ hostage,” Ray Felix tells us.

Keeping Your Asgard Up, with Walt Simonson (part 1)

Keeping Your Asgard Up, with Walt Simons...

Writer/ artist Walter Simonson is a legend, having been in the comics industry for over five decades now. Making his name on DC’s Manhunter in the early Seventies, he has moved on to work on everything from...
William Harms has a blast with Shotgun Wedding

William Harms has a blast with Shotgun W...

A writer of true talent often finds themself in the enviable position of having their abilities being used in a number of mediums. One such writer who fits this bill is William Harms. A professional writer...
A Chat with The Shadow of the Gauntlet author Casey Caracciolo

A Chat with The Shadow of the Gauntlet a...

“I think beyond building an amazing story, J.K. Rowling made reading cool, and I would love to help build on that and continue that.” — author Casey Caracciolo

A Chat with Monster Motors’ Brian Lynch

A Chat with Monster Motors’ Brian Lynch...

“…that’s what I’m aiming for with Monster Motors. Anyone can pick up the issue and like it. There’s absolutely nothing questionable in it in terms of content, but it’s also doesn’t feel ‘kiddie’.” – Brian Lynch

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