INTERVIEWS

 Kyle J. Steenblik

Interview with Alicia Witt

Interview with Alicia Witt

Last week I had the opportunity to speak with Alicia Witt prior to her concert in Salt Lake City, and the opportunity to catch up with her after the concert.  We covered a few topics, but mostly talked about music.  The interview, and a few photographs I took at the concert are below. Singer / […]

 Ryan Thomason

Interview with Peter V Brett, Author of ‘The Demon Cycle’ Book Series!

Interview with Peter V Brett, Author of ‘The Demon Cycle’ Book Series!

If you don’t know what The Demon Cycle is all about, there are currently four books in the series; The Warded Man, The Desert Spear, The Daylight War and the recent release The Skull Throne. Or, check out my first interview with Mr. Brett after the release of The Desert Spear. Yes, I haven’t reviewed […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Interview: Composers From The Musical Anatomy of a Superhero Panel At SDCC

Interview: Composers From The Musical Anatomy of a Superhero Panel At SDCC

One of the cooler things I got to do was take part in my first press room. It was for a panel called Musical Anatomy of a Superhero. I’ve been trying to find a copy of the panel which is why this is so late but I’ve been unable to do so. I got the […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Interview: Jenny Jaffe And Sarah Hartshorne Of Project UROK

Interview: Jenny Jaffe And Sarah Hartshorne Of Project UROK

If there is one thing in the world that I’m truly passionate about it is mental health. I have always tried to be fairly open with my own struggles with depression and various other ticks, but it is still a subject that makes people very uncomfortable. The idea of being diagnosed with some sort of […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Interview With Aaron Alexovich Of Invader ZIM

Interview With Aaron Alexovich Of Invader ZIM

During San Diego Comic Con, I got the opportunity to interview Aaron Alexovich who is currently drawing the new Invader ZIM comic for Oni Press. The interview took place in a backroom that neither of us really knew existed in the Oni Press booth on the show floor. I was personally very excited about this […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Interview with Shannon Watters of Lumberjanes

Interview with Shannon Watters of Lumberjanes

I had the great privilege to interview one of the writers for one of my favorite comic books currently being published Lumberjanes. Lumberjanes, published by Boom! comics, follows a group of young women as they go on various adventures in a scout camp. After a late start due to Shannon Watters getting caught in a […]

 Jasen

The Unicorn Files: A Kickstarter for a New Book Debunking the Myth of the Female Geek

The Unicorn Files: A Kickstarter for a New Book Debunking the Myth of the Female Geek

On June 15, The Unicorn Files launched a Kickstarter to publish their book. The goal of creators Terra Clark Olsen and Nate Watters is simple: debunk the myth of the female geek. In other words, they want to show that female geeks are every bit real and relevant as any other geek. This includes their love […]

 Stefani Sloma

Interview with Si Spencer the Comic Book Author of Bodies

Interview with Si Spencer the Comic Book Author of Bodies

As the Bodies mini-series from Si Spencer and Vertigo is ending soon, I talked to Si about how he got into comics, where Bodies came from, and how crazy it made him. If you’ve been following my reviews of Bodies, you probably know that I’m a little obsessed, so I really enjoyed getting to talk to Si about […]

 ronnieangel

Yaphet Kotto Interview at Portland Wizard World Convention

Yaphet Kotto Interview at Portland Wizard World Convention

Recently, I was able to attend Wizard World Comic convention in Portland. While I was there, I had the pleasure of sitting down with one of the greatest and most influential actors of our generation, Yaphet Kotto, for an in depth interview on a wide variety of subjects. It was quite the fascinating interview. How […]

 ronnieangel

Lou Ferrigno Interview at Wizard World Portland

Lou Ferrigno Interview at Wizard World Portland

Recently while attending Wizard World Comic Convention in Portland, OR I had the privilege to sit down with one the true icons of the superhero world, the original Hulk himself Mr. Lou Ferrigno! I decided to focus less on his time as The Hulk, as most interviews with him I’ve read just seem to dwell on only […]

 Adrienne Fox

Interview with Grindhouse Writer Alex De Campi

Interview with Grindhouse Writer Alex De Campi

Alex de Campi is a name you should know. She’s one of my favorite comic writers right now with her excellent work from the supernatural Valentine, available digitally at ComiXology or Thrillbent, to her Grindhouse series from Dark Horse Comics. Her miniseries Smoke was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2006 for Best Limited Series. You […]

 Adrienne Fox

An Interview with Comic Historian Mike Madrid at GeekGirlCon ‘14

An Interview with Comic Historian Mike Madrid at GeekGirlCon ‘14

Mike Madrid is the author of three insightful books on representations in women in the comic medium. In his first book, The Supergirls! Fashion, Feminism, Fantasy and the History of Comic Book Heroines, Madrid celebrates the power, wisdom, and often crazy costumes of comic book heroines. In his next two volumes, he revisits the Golden Age […]

 ronnieangel

Interview with ‘Stand By Me’ Actor Bradley Gregg

Interview with ‘Stand By Me’ Actor Bradley Gregg

Bradley Gregg played Eyeball Chambers, the trouble-making older brother of Chris Chambers (River Phoenix), in the coming of age classic Stand By Me. He is also recognizable for significant roles from Explorers, Fire In The Sky, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Nightmare on Elm Street 3, among many others. Sadly, after a very […]

 Kyle J. Steenblik

Interview with Addicted Screenwriter Christina Welsh

Interview with Addicted Screenwriter Christina Welsh

This weekend I had the opportunity to have a very pleasant conversation with screenwriter Christina Welsh.  Her newest film, Addicted, opened this past weekend.  Studio projections have the film opening at number 7  at the box office, which is an impressive number for a film opening on less than 1000 screens nationwide.  We had a […]

 Kara O'Connor

Five Questions with… Joshua Williamson the Creator of Nailbiter

Five Questions with… Joshua Williamson the Creator of Nailbiter

Five Questions with… Joshua Williamson Recently I attended Rose City Comic Con in Portland, where I had a chance to sit down with Nailbiter and Ghosted writer Joshua Williamson. It seemed only appropriate to harangue Joshua with my “Five Questions” while in Oregon, which is where his now-popular serial killer serial takes place. We talked […]

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