Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Dave Elliott, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E Howard, Titan Comics, Weirding Willows
With Dave Elliott’s latest release The Weirding Willows Volume 1 (reviewed here) due for release at the beginning of July I had a chance to ask him a few questions on the release and how it all came about.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Battle Scars, Cullen Bunn, DEADPOOL, Minimum Carnage, The Fearless, The SIxth Gun, venom
With recent Marvel release ‘Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe’ heading into a 2nd print following it’s success (reviewed here – #1, #2, #3 & #4), Venom hitting a crossover event, Captain America involvement and his own creator-owned series on the go – it’s no wonder that Cullen Bunn seems to be a common name to hear in the comic book world of 2012. So the Comics Anonymous gang thought we’d fire some questions his way…..and here’s what he had to say…..
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Alan Moore, Amnesia, Arcana Comics, Dwayne Harris, John Henry:The Steam Age, Richard Corben
We’ve been fortunate here at Comics Anonymous to pick up some amazing indy comics outside the regular big name publishers and Dwayne Harris has been impressing us with his take on some popular folklore in John Henry: The Steam Age having had 3 of it’s 4 issues already released through Arcana Comics – all reviewed #1, #2 & #3.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: American Vampire, Batman, KAPOW!, ScottSnyder, Severed, Swamp Thing
It’s Sunday afternoon of Kapow! 2012 and Scott Snyder sits down to chat to us in a ‘WWBD’ t-shirt (with the bat logo below it) – we’re probably the last people he wants to be chatting to, since he was out to the small hours of the night before with his Detective Comics buddy Jock, drinking and eating hot dogs. ‘It seemed like a brilliant idea at the time’ – at least we know he got a taste of the UK comic scene at it’s best. Hangover aside, Scott was nice enough to answer the many questions we had about all the titles he’s working on just now.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: image, JoeEisma, marvel, Morning Glories, NickSpencer, RobertKirkman, Thief of Thieves
Given the chance, there’s probably a short list of people with whom I’d like to swap brains for the day, including Grant Morrison (trippy) and Scott Snyder (BATMAN!), but right now there’s one person’s head I’d love to be able look deeply into so that I can have the answers to what’s happening in his comic – Nick Spencer. He’s currently writing a couple of books for Image and has previously worked with DC and Marvel. We managed to grab Nick at this year’s Kapow! to talk about his current and upcoming work.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Bulletproof Coffin, DavidHine, DougBraithwaite, KAPOW!, ShakyKane, Storm Dogs
David Hine has been a constant fixture in comics since the early 1980s. He is a creator you’d find near impossible to pigeon-hole or predict. He has worked both as an artist and a writer and he began his career inking on Marvel UK titles. He has expanded the mythos of many of the fanboys’ dream characters, created manga for Tokyopop, developed properties for revolutionary publisher Radical and, alongside Brit art legend Shaky Kane, created the recent groundbreaking Image title Bulletproof Coffin. I caught up with Hine at London’s Kapow! convention last month to discuss some of his past work and his newly announced collaboration with Dougie Braithwaite, Storm Dogs.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Black Hearted Love, Black Hearted Press, Black Maria, David Braysher
Rounding off today’s Black Hearted Press feature, we talk to the last of the co-founding members, David Braysher.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Black Hearted Press, Laptop Guy, Scout One, Sha Nazir
Following on in our Black Hearted Press feature week, we caught up with Sha Nazir, creator of Laptop Guy and artist of Scout One.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Black Hearted Press, John Farman, School of the Damned
We’ve kicked off our week long feature on indie comics publishers Black Hearted Press by reviewing School of the Damned issues #1 and #2 – so following on from that, we spoke with it’s creator and co-founder of BHP John Farman.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Gary Chudleigh, Glasgow League of Writers, Graeme Kennedy, Obscure Reference Comics, Villainous
Following the review of Villainous from Obscure Reference Comics – the Comics Anonymous team thought we’d freak the creative team out further by bombarding them with questions. Queue lamp in ze face and we’ll get the answers we want……read on…..