This month’s interview is with comics creator Guy Davis. He’s best known to most for his recent work on the Hellboy comics spin-off series B.P.R.D. We had the great pleasure of sitting down for a phone interview with him. It was only a little hellish; for him.
This month’s interview is with author Mike Resnick. He’s a multiple winner of the Hugo Awards and is best known for his Africa inspired science fiction adventure Kirinyaga.
This month’s interview is with artist Pascal Blanche. He’s been known to CG art enthusiasts for a great many years now as he’s been posting work on the web for near a decade or more. It’s his art and influences, in fact, that lead me to many of my current interests and even long held friendships.
This month’s interview is an encore with indie comics creator Tom Manning. We first met him in Episode 13, back in 2007.
This month’s interview is with author Chuck Hogan. He’s made himself quite a name over the years as a crime and thriller novelist, penning such hits as Killing Moon and Prince of Thieves which is soon to be a film starring Ben Affleck.
This month’s interview is with Joe Burrascano of animation firm, Nathan Love. They’ve been making a name for themselves lately with a mock trailer for a soon to be feature animated film called Blood Trail.
I’m joined this month by game industry guests Nathan Fouts and AJ Johnson.
Discussion centers around the upcoming E3 Expo, the world renowned video gaming convention. This years expo promises to be just as exciting as ever and Nathan, AJ, and I speculate on what might be in store.
Had the pleasure of interviewing game developer Nathan Fouts, creator of the award winning XBLA game, Weapon of Choice. In this month’s interview we talk about his experiences in the gaming industry and what it takes to start your own game company.
This month’s episode is an interview with author extraordinaire, Thomas E. Sniegoski. He splits his days writing novels and comicbooks. He’s written several original works including the Young Adult series Fallen and routinely dabbles in comics for Marvel, DC, Darkhorse, and others.
You may not immediately recognize his name, but you’ll know his work. Artist Ryan K. Peterson’s helped bring the creatures of Men In Black to life, he helped sell the deaths in Seven, he even helped remind you that board games aren’t as boring as they might seem in Jumanji.