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In this episode, recorded last year (a few months into the pandemic), I talk with the wonderful Nalo Hopkinson!
Jenny Parks, illustrator & creator of the famous and funny Star Trek Cats books, talks about how she got started in art!
Another classic 2016 episode, with my guests, Kevin Caron & Jake Fairly. They talk about how they got into comics, why diverse viewpoints in comics are vital, and how they approach making their own comics!
Jan C. J. Jones, the author of "A Journey With Strange Bedfellows", discusses how her graphic novel began as an audio drama.
How's a comic book made, from start to finish? I interview the artists who are working with me on my new graphic novel, Anguish Garden.
Part 2 of this classic episode from 2017: my guests Melanie Gilman and Dylan Edwards discuss LGBTQIA issues in comics!
Happy New Year! Here’s a classic episode: where I learned more about LGBTQ issues in comics.
Comics creators Cori Redford and Neil Ewing discuss using comedy in comic books, and how they convey different styles of humor in their books!
Storyboard artist and comics illustrator Brian Essig-Peppard talks about his work storyboarding movies, commercials and music videos (including A Tribe Called Quest's final video).
Comics creators Scorpio Steele and Daniel Crosier discuss using different styles of art in comics storytelling.
Author Ken Lizzi, who’s also an attorney for Dark Horse Comics, talks about how he decided that he specifically wanted to be a lawyer for a comic book company!
I talked with Pat, an attorney and comics fan, and Ted, a local comics publisher, about the business side of the comics world!
I talked with 3 Asian-American comics creators who are constantly being mistaken for each other, even though they look nothing alike!
Comics writer Kelly Sue DeConnick ("Captain Marvel", "Bitch Planet", "Pretty Deadly") talks with me about the strategy of building a comics career.
Comics creators and musicians Aaron Howell and Jake Fairly discuss creating the official comic book for Aaron's band, MF Ruckus.
In this classic episode, I spoke with comics creators Patricia Krmpotich and Andrew Mark.
Artist and muralist Thomas "Detour" Evans discusses painting the portrait of Jay-Z.
Artist Adrienne "Adri" Norris discusses her Women Behaving Badly art series.
After years of creating her fantasy graphic novel series, LeyLines, Robin Childs decided to abruptly end it. Why?
In pt. 5 of my Countdown to DINK, we hear from Underground Comix pioneers, Denis Kitchen and Howard Cruse.
In pt. 4 of my Countdown to DINK, we hear from Chuck Forsman.
In pt. 3 of my “Countdown to DINK”, I talk with traveling comics creators Ezra Claytan Daniels and Ben Passmore.
Actor and comedian John Leguizamo talks about his graphic novel, "Ghetto Klown", in part 2 of my "Countdown to DINK" episodes.
Prolific comics creator Vita Ayala, writer of Wonder Woman, The Wilds, and Batman Beyond, talks with me!
I talk with the founders of Stranger Comics: Sebastian Jones, Darrell May and Joshua Cozine.
We discuss what it takes for them to create a rich fantasy world in their comics, with black characters up front!
I speak with Marvel Comics artist Alitha Martinez, about her journey from being a child in a Latin family in Florida, to becoming an artist who has drawn some of the most popular characters in comics! We discuss some of her struggles with breaking through the "boy's club" of the 1990s comics industry.
I had a fun conversation with Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel), for a few moments at this year’s Wizard World Comic Con in Des Moines, IA.
I sit down with Supernatural's Lisa Berry, to discuss everything from natural hair to Shakespeare, to what it means if you're black and haven't watched Black Panther yet.
Renowned comics writer Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets, Wonder Woman, Batman) joins me in a bar, at Phoenix Comic Fest, for a conversation about everything from asshole vegans, to political extremism, to how important it is to be able to write characters who have viewpoints you don't agree with.
I sit down again with the founders of the Arise Music Festival, Paul Bassis and Tierro Lee, to discuss how a music festival can be full of art, meaning and activism.
The founders of the Arise Festival, Paul Bassis and Tierro Lee, discuss how art inspires their activism, and how music and yoga work together for a total experience! These guys were a lot of fun to talk to, and I'm sure you'll enjoy this episode as much as I did.
In pt. 2 of this episode, our guests answer questions about how to get your comic book or geek novel out to the world!
So you've finished your comic book or geek novel? Our guests discuss how to get it out the world! WAYNE WINSETT, owner of the Eisner-nominated comic shop, Time Warp Comics and DANI HEDLUND, CEO of Tethered By Letters, a non-profit publisher that focuses on helping young authors get their work published share their secrets with us.