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An interview with Guy Dorian, Sr.: The coming of COR!

An interview with Guy Dorian, Sr.: The coming of COR!

This is part two of a two-part interview with Guy Dorian, Sr. the First half  can be found here: CCN would like to direct readers to New York Comic Con 2016  for the premier of COR! which is launching at NYCC (10/6-9/16). We urge that everyone stop in to see Guy Dorian, Sr., Ian Dorian, and Matthew Pallotta and […]

Yi Soon Shin: The Fallen Avenger

Yi Soon Shin: The Fallen Avenger

”Admiral Yi is going up against a Japanese armada of over 333 ships with only 12 ships at his disposal. He’s been beaten, bloodied, and broken and now he’s pissed!“ — Onrie Kompan

Shawn Martinbrough breathes life into the art of Noir

Shawn Martinbrough breathes life into the art of Noir

As an artist, I have folks approaching me every day with a “great idea for a graphic novel” but have no money to pay. Here’s a tip, offering ownership is not going to help an artist pay their bills.
— Shawn Martinbrough

William Harms has a blast with Shotgun Wedding

William Harms has a blast with Shotgun Wedding

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 boast writing credits for such high-profile organizations as Sony Entertainment, 2K, Ubisoft, […]

A Chat with The Shadow of the Gauntlet author Casey Caracciolo

A Chat with The Shadow of the Gauntlet author Casey Caracciolo

“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

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

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