Happy New Year, 2017! In the first episode of the year, I have a fun and engaging interview with exceptional creator and blossoming sequential artist Michael Manomivibul! We discuss how he makes his wonderful stories and pieces of art, and delve into Fathoms, his new book that collects his art from the past several years. His website can be found at this link, and you can see his terrific comics story here. Go to Michael’s website store to buy your copy of his art book, Fathoms! You can also find him on Facebook at this link and Instagram right here. As you’re listening to this interview be sure to check out the links above so you can experience his art while listening to what he has to say! Don’t miss it!
Comics conventions are changing. Some creators complain that it’s harder to sell books at cons than it once was. Distractions — cosplay, Hollywood — creep in and attract larger crowds, but don’t increase comics sales at the events. Having attended Boston Comicon in August, Paul shares the experience with Tim, and discussion ensues on problems that cons face going forward.
Paul did buy a couple of indy books in Boston, and we discuss them:
RBDHB Mark Waid Interview BCC 2014
My personal favorite interview I did at Boston Comic Con, I got the chance to interview the ever great Mark Waid! We talk Daredevil, Thrillbent & the new Agents of Shield comic!
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RBDHB – Interview With Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner BCC 2014
Frank had the pleasure of interviewing Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner at Boston Comic Con 2014. We talk Harley, GI Zombie & Frank’s fan hopes that there will be a New 52 Uncle Sam & The Freedom Fighters.
Having grown up with feet planted firmly on both sides of the Pacific, Aya Rothwellhas always been observant of cultural differences, and this shows up in her comics. Who else would do a comic about a human visitor to an alien world, with the biggest conflict being that the human keeps getting the aliens’ names mixed up?
Aya also fills us in on using watercolors in her comics, her journey to comics via the worlds of biology and film, and more.
Our interview with Nick Abadzis the writer of “Laika” & Hugo Tate at MICE in Boston MA.
RBDHB had the pleasure of interviewing Nick Abadzis the writer of “Laika” & Hugo Tate at MICE . We talk Dogs in Space, making your own comics and How a Stickman becomes a man.
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DC comics rebooted their continuity in 1986 with Crisis on Infinite Earths. Wonder Woman was killed in the mini-series and her book was not restarted until 1987. Join Dylan and John as they review and react to the first story arc from the reboot of Wonder Woman. Issues 1-7 give Wonder Woman’s origin as well as follow her as she tries to save the world from Ares’ evil plan.
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