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Interview: Paul Tobin Takes On MADE MEN

Interview: Paul Tobin Takes On MADE MEN

Murders, revenge, and a Frankensteinian twist! I talked to Paul Tobin about his exciting new comic series Made Men with artist Arjuna Susini and colourist Gonzalo Duarte! Mexi Gremillion: Why Frankenstein? What drew you to be inspired by that specific gothic tale? What brought you to creating a story around it? Paul Tobin: It’s always

Interview: Julie and Shawna Benson Hit BIRDS OF PREY with Manslaughter

Batgirl and the Birds of Prey have been mighty busy the last few months. They learned the secrets behind their new “Oracle” Gus. They encountered one of their classic rogues. And they added two new members — two of the three Gotham City Sirens: Catwoman and Poison Ivy. And they’re not stopping there. This October,

Interview: Scott Snyder Brings the METAL to the DC Universe

Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia need no introduction…this is the team that ushered in a new generation of readers to Gotham City and their run on Batman that changed the character and added wrinkles to his mythos that are still used today in the DC Rebirth landscape. The dream team has

Interview: Girner & Galaad Take On Fantasy With SCALES & SCOUNDRELS

Sebastian Girner and Galaad are ready to take you to a world far away…a world filled with Scales & Scoundrels! This September, the pair will kick off a new all-ages ongoing series featuring a heroine with a grand dose of attitude and some kick-ass fighting skills to boot. Girner and Galaad recently gave me the

Interview: CAPTAIN PHASMA’S Journey with Kelly Thompson

With Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming out this holiday season, fans are getting a chance to learn more about their favorite sequel characters. On the comics front, superstar writer Kelly Thompson (A-Force, Hawkeye) is getting a chance, along with artist Marco Checchetto, to show fans just how First Order badass Captain Phasma escaped from the

Interview: Charretier and Colinet Return to THE INFINITE LOOP

Usually, the return of a beloved series, like Elsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet’s The Infinite Loop, a crowd funding darling and beautifully imaginative sci-fi call for solidarity with and among the marginalized, would be cause for major celebration but there’s a bittersweet quality to the occasion. Since the first volume debuted in 2015, projecting a

Queer Visibility Interview: Trungles Brings FAUNS AND FAIRIES to Life

After getting to chat with Meredith McClaren about her upcoming graphic novel Super Fun Sexy Times recently, I was left with an itch to find more creators to discuss sex and queer themes in comics from a positive, personal perspective digging into how their queerness impacts their work. Luckily, I was able to catch up