2. Kathleen Kralowec dishs o...

Kathleen Kralowec is a name that you may not currently recognize, but she is certainly one that you should remember. Here at CCN we’ve met quite a number of creators over the years, Kathleen is a creator whose work stood out and...

3. Trevor Von Eeden speaks o...

But “what is” can ALWAYS be changed into “WHAT SHOULD BE”—
Trevor Von Eeden

5. Mike (”The Bloody Red”) B...

When we first “met” Mike Baron it was in 1981, when he and artist Steve “The Dude” Rude delivered the comicbook Nexus into our comic shop (no, not personally, but you get what we mean). That series explored a world that was...
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Guy Dorian, Sr. interview: The Marvel Years

Guy Dorian, Sr. interview: The Marvel Years
If you don’t know who Guy Dorian, Sr. is, then you simply  haven’t been paying attention. He had his first comic work published at Marvel Comics in New Warriors #48 (1994). Guy so impressed his...

The Heart Behind Doomboy: Tony Sandoval

The Heart Behind Doomboy: Tony Sandoval

”With the art on Doomboy, I was trying to be the most minimal as possible with the drawings. I felt that with this approach I could concentrate more on crafting the tone and mechanics of the story.” — Tony Sandoval

Combatting Rape: A Superheroes New Enemy

Combatting Rape: A Superheroes New Enemy
Batman fought The Joker. Captain America battled Nazis and The Red Skull. Priya, a rural village girl from India, enters the comic book ring with perhaps the biggest nemesis yet to tackle: violence...
DayBlack: A different kind of vampire tale

DayBlack: A different kind of vampire ta...

“I really think the idea (of DayBlack) came from being in the tattoo industry and dealing with things like blood-borne pathogens, sterilization, needles, pain, and being exposed to the subculture of tattoo life.” — Keef Cross

Creators JD Morvan and Bengal have “Magnetic” connection on NAJA

Creators JD Morvan and Bengal have ̶...

“I do not know where she comes from, but what interested me was to try to understand how a person could live without knowing pain.” — JD Morvan in reference to Naja

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