This time it was my distinct pleasure to talk to City of Wall creator and comic book convention connaisseur Shaun Noel
The episode started as a discussion of Josh's controversial TUMBLR POST To the Writers....
But it became a discussion of Vinyl Records, JAZZ, the essence of collaboration and how we need to live by this simple principle: Don't be a dick first.
AND CONTACT HIM HERE:
Contact: josh at thefialkov dot com.
It was my distinct pleasure to talk with force of nature Jim Zub.
Show Notes (stolen from ZUB)
This week it was my distinct pleasure to talk to the one and only Gabo, AKA Gabriel Bautista, the one and only immensely talented artist behind The Life After and Author of the incredible microfiction book Jupiter, which you will either support on Kickstarter before April 27, 2015 or buy at http://returntojupiter.com/ after. If you know what's good for you, SEE!
Sorry for getting all old timey gangster on you there, but I just really dig both this guy and his work that much, and you will too if you give the episode a listen
SHOW NOTES: Courtesy of Gabe.
This time it was my immense pleasure to talk with Podcaster/Punk Rocker/Comic Creator Chris Tull about his newest project, and the long and winding road that led him there.
SHOW NOTES (Courtesy of Chris Tull):
All-Nite Taco Stand:
This episode it was my distinct pleasure to talk with Eric Seaton, creator of the graphic novel series Legend of the Mantamaji (and award winnig television director, but he's not one to brag so I will do it for him)
Notes on Eric and Legends of the Mantamaji:
Eric Dean Seaton has directed a plethora of television episodes, music videos, and sitcom pilots since his debut directing Disney Channel’s top-rated sitcom, “That’s So Raven” in 2004, but he’s dreamt of being a comic book creator since his childhood in Cleveland, Ohio. Eric, his wife, son and daughter live in California.
find out more about Legend of the Mantamaji at http://legendofthemantamaji.com/
Beau contacted me to be on Crowdfinderds but hewasn't sure if he was a good choice because he had to put his book, INside, on hiatus because he got a traffic fine. It sounded interesting, it was. Not all about comics, but a fun freewheeling discussion.
Show notes courtesy of Beau Byrnes:
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Had an awesome conversation with Snow Daze creators Marcus Kwame Anderson and Leo Faierman about their web comic Snow Daze. It's quite a journey and not to be missed.
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We interrupt these show notes for a very special Crowdfinders announcement: Image comics author Alex Link, author of the mindbending series Drumhellar and zombie thriller Rebel Blood is here to talk about his work...
This just in! He's very funny, and interesting and it is my very special Crowdfinders money back guarantee that you will laugh at least once, and learn at least one new thing while listening to this podcast.
If you want to reach out to Alex you can find him on the Twitter @A1exLink, also look for his partner in crime and Drumhellar co-creator, Riley Rossmo, on the twitter @rileyrossmo1.
Find out more about his books here:
Matt Hill from the Chattnaooga Mountains walking the Highwire
Matt Hill's Journey -
Reading ‘Wild Children’ by Ales Kot and Riley Rossmo. This was the first story that made me believe I could write for the comic medium.
Got ahead of myself and submitted ‘War of the Pacifist’ to Image at a time when the story and preview wasn’t strong enough.
Terminal C Reddit Winning Comic http://imgur.com/a/5QN6F
Terminal C team worked extremely well together. Decided to continue forward with new comic. Discussion of which idea to focus on. Came to a story entitled ‘High Wire’:
Stages in the project we are at: Still in the beginning. Piecing together preview material.
1. Joshua Hale Fiaklov and Gabo The Life After
2. Alex Link and Riley Rossmo Drumhellar D.
1. Twitter: @MofPreston
2. Instagram : @matthewofpreston
3. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. And of course, the website mattofhill.com
Antichris creator Jordan King was an Eastern Kentucky comic book magnate at age 10.
Loved talking to Rob, an Aussie living outside of London about his new book, Replicator.
More on Replicator
Set in England 10 years from now after an epidemic known as the red death has brought the country to its knees, a scientist heralded as its savior goes missing. Her husband is blamed for her death, is jailed and begins to lose his mind.
Due to lack of evidence he is released and starts to investigate his wife's disappearance. He finds the partially completed cure, a miracle drug she was developing before she disappeared, the proof that could clear him. However, his distrust of the world he lives in convinces him he has only one option, he injects himself with the serum she created.
He gains strange and unique powers and will stop at nothing until he finds his wife and uncovers the truth. With the whole world still wanting nothing more then the end of his existence.
The closer to the truth, the deeper his insanity.
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