Best Interviews from August-October

Doing a clean-up and wanted to link some recent work.  I got to talk with some really brilliant people for a couple places.  My ego is inflated! A chat with BONE Creator Jeff Smith on his work and being a self-publisher in the 1990s Got to talk with Caldecott Winner David Wiesner on his new […]

Collection of Published Articles for 2013, Pt.2

As I’ve had some articles published all over the place recently, figured it was time to start a new compilation post. Very Sad: Beloved local used bookstore Nice Price Books is closing, and I talked to them and several other used bookstores to get the reasons why. Here’s an interview I did with reporter Jonathan M. […]

Kagan McLeod on INFINITE KUNG FU

Can’t get enough kung fu action? This July, Top Shelf won’t just bring you kung fu…it’ll bring you Infinite Kung Fu. The fan-favorite indy series by writer-artist Kagan McLeod is collected and completed in a 464-page volume where the honorable Lei Kung must wander a post-apocalyptic Earth battling the ruthless forces of zombies, with friends […]

Mark Rahner on ROTTEN

Zombies, cowboys, and politics.  What more could you ask for? Moonstone’s Rotten has quickly earned a loyal following since it launched last year to raves from the likes of Ed Brubaker and Mark Waid.  In the old West, William Wade has been dragged out of retirement by the U.S. government – “stop-loss,” they call it […]

George A. Romero (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD, DIARY OF THE DEAD) Interview

For four decades, George A. Romero has made a living off the dead.  The 68-year-old writer and director is celebrating two milestones in 2008 – the 40th anniversary of his debut film, 1968’s original Night of the Living Dead, and the release of his newest film, Diary of the Dead, which premieres in the Triangle […]