I am doing another Minicomic Kickstarter with artist Brian Wolf and then former Nerdcenaries contributor Ziah Grace and Nick Rockel are doing a comic as well. I wanted to make a post about it to go more into what the story I am writing, ERAS: Fung is going to be about. The first ERAS story, […]
This week, I interviewed my boss, and perennial success story, Luke Herr, about his ongoing Kickstarter project. Hit the jump to see more.
Ziah Grace, comic shop employee, takes on a bunch of comic reviews in his new feature! Check it out after the jump!
I talked to Jojo Seames, artist of Monster Plus and noted Space Jam fan, about her art, her influences, Dracula, and bears. Check it out after the jump!
Professional animator and cartoonist, Richard C. Meyer, is currently running a Kickstarter campaign for his upcoming graphic novel “No Enemy, But Peace” about the heroics he witnessed in Iraq from other Marines. His plans for the Kickstarter include adding digital coloring and paying the original artist for additional pages, including redrawing Meyer’s original pages. Find out more […]
Love Me Nice is a webcomic by Amanda Lafrenais that deals with the dark side of Hollywood fame in a world where cartoons are actual movie stars, somewhat akin to Who Killed Roger Rabbit, or more similarly, Three Fingers (which is great, by the way). We reviewed the webcomic, so find out what we thought […]
I interviewed Josh Krach, Action Age letterer extraordinaire, about lettering, tools, and the Fresh Beat Band. Check it out after the jump.
If you didn’t know, Ray Bradbury passed away a few weeks ago; Bradbury was one of the greatest science fiction authors, and in fact, was just one of the greatest writers period. There’s quite a lot of people that are familiar with his work, but not too many people know about his writing teacher, Henry […]
Variables: November 2002 Written and Illustrated by Brock Beauchamp with Rachel Bendtsen Review by Ziah Grace While it is not an offensively bad book like Suicide Squad, Variables is still a very bad book. The problem is that it feels unfinished, in almost all stages of the presentation – the story feels choppy where most […]
I had the pleasure of interviewing Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride, and Nick Brokenshire, the writers and artist behind Amelia Cole and the Unknown World, one of the newest comics available from Monkeybrain Comics, which can be purchased at Comixology. Check out the interview after the jump.