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INTERVIEW | <i>Zoë: Out of Time</i>‘s J. Michalski and Alexander Lagos
Published on Monday, September 2, 2013 by [UPDATED] We catch up with J. Michalski and Alexander Lagos, the co-creators and writers behind Zoë: Out of Time, a new sci-fi miniseries that recently made its debut on comiXology. (more…)...
Horizon’s End Continues To Try and Bring Darryl Banks Back To Comics
Published on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 by Despite a KickStarter campaign that didn't get off the ground, comics newcomer authors Chris Delloiacono and Daron Kappauff remain committed to getting Horizon's End published, and they still want Darryl Banks to be the man to illustrate it. (more…)...
<i>Horizon’s End</i> Kickstarter: Darryl Banks’ Return To Comics
Published on Thursday, June 27, 2013 by On June 18th, the Kickstarter went live for Horizon’s End, a 120-page graphic novel "chronicling a young girl's impossible mission to free a xenophobic alien race from an intergalactic syndicate." Jason Thees talks to the writers about the book and the process behind its creation. (more…)...
Mikey Mason: Comedy Rock Star
Published on Thursday, April 18, 2013 by The Comixverse recently sat down with comedian and singer/songwriter Mikey Mason to talk about his new EP Storm Coming, a collection of original music inspired by Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods. (more…)...
INTERVIEW | Fred Van Lente on <i>Archer & Armstrong</i> and more
Published on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 by We recently got a chance to talk with Fred Van Lente on the new Archer & Armstrong book from Valiant, as well as his thoughts on the Cowboys & Aliens movie based on his work. (more…)...
John Barber On The New Joe
Published on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 by IDW's G.I. Joe line of books is starting over in 2013 with three new #1s, 2 new books and a new writer on the main book. We spoke with line editor John Barber on the upcoming changes. (more…)...
Larry Hama: The Comixverse Interview
Published on Sunday, August 19, 2012 by Artist, writer, and editor Larry Hama has been involved in making comics for about four decades now. A recent recipient of an Inkpot Award, he is perhaps best known in the comic book community for writing and occasionally illustrating the 1980s G.I. Joe comic books published by Marvel Comics as well as his lengthy stint as Wolverine's writer. The Comixverse recently c...
Walt Ostlie Interview: Web & Print Comic Artist
Published on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 by Here is how Walt Ostlie describes himself: Walt Ostlie: The History of Walt 101!  :-) (more…)...
Local Comic Shop Spotlight #2
Published on Sunday, July 1, 2012 by Cosmic Comics Interview: Jim Brocius Greetings comic fans, and welcome to the second installment of the Local Comic Shop Spotlight! This next interview features Local Las Vegas comic shop owner Jim Brocius. When I walked into Cosmic Comics, the first thing I noticed were the pair of sofas and the coffee table right in the center of the store. Nothing fancy, but ve...
INTERVIEW: Adam Warren on <i>Empowered</i>
Published on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 by Adam Warren is probably most famously known among comics readers as one of the first Western "manga-style" artists to achieve widespread popularity and acclaim. Warren rose to prominence during the late 1980s (more…)...
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