This month’s episode is an interview with DVD Producer Javier Soto. Best known for his standout collaborations with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro on DVDs like Pan’s Labyrinth and the Helboy director’s cut.
This month’s episode is an interview with Inker Ryan Winn. He’s currently working on Top Cow’s flagship comic The Darkness with writer Phil Hester and penciler Michael Broussard. We talk about his career from its start and what the future holds for his often overlooked art.
Back in July, I was asked by Universal Studios to do some junket interviews for the release of the Hellboy II film. A greatly edited version of my video interviews is available on the official movie production site.
Michael Gombos joins me again this month to talk about his upcoming manga release of Gantz. Last time he and editor Carl Horn talked to me, they were celebrating the acquisition of the North American licensing rights. This time we delve more into this exciting graphic series that’s been on many a readers minds since it first hit Japanese shelves in 2000.
This month we bring back Sr. Managing Editor at Darkhorse comics, Scott Allie. This time we attempt to delve into more depth on his upcoming comic adaptation of the Robert E Howard character, Solomon Kane.
This month we talk to artist Brett Weldele. His sci-fi comic book, The Surrogates is being made into a big budget Hollywood film starring Bruce Willis. We talk to him about the book which he worked on with writer Robert Venditti, and his experiences as an artist in the industry.
Hot Stuff This month we talk to artist Miles Teves. You’ll see his work…
This month we talk to Sr. Managing Editor at Darkhorse comics, Scott Allie. He’s worked mostly behind the scenes on high profile projects like Buffy, Conan, and the Hellboy series. We spent some quality time with him and discussed all of the above and what’s coming down the line at today’s brightest indie publisher.
This month we talk to creature designer, Eddie Yang. You may not immediately recognize his name, but you’ll remember his work on films like Gremlins, The Grinch, Burton’s Planet of the Apes, and most recently Iron-Man. We spent some time with him and talked about his serendipitous introduction to and experiences in the FX industry.
This month we talk to comics artist, Gabriel Ba. His latest book, Umbrella Academy, is a strong effort and bares discussion.