Monster Elementary, interview with creator Nicholas Doan

A super cute comic book series I found at San Diego Comic Con was Monster Elementary.  Creator Nicholas Doan called to tell us about the characters and more. About Monster Elementary: These five monster kids are forced to attend a human public school after their monsters-only private school is raided by the FBI. To their surprise, they’re not allowed to eat […]

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You Kick Ass, interview with CEO Keri Andrews

Keri Andrews

Sometimes I search Kickstarter just to see what amazing ideas people are having. This is one I fell in love with right away!  This company uses a 3D printer to put your face on a superhero body as an action figure!  The CEO and co-creator Keri Andrews called to tell us all about it. About You Kick Ass: We’re a small company […]

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Missing U, interview with filmmaker Brooke Wagstaff

One of the cutest shorts shown at SIFF 2014 was an animation called “Missing U.”  We talked with creator Brooke Wagstaff about the short. About Missing U: Follow along with I as she journeys to discover her missing U! To find out more, visit Brooke’s website, and also check out Missing U on Facebook. Here is the interview followed by […]

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Gamemasters Update with creator Michael Dismuke

Roshambo

Michael Dismuke as part of his Kickstarter was promoting an audio accompaniment, a read-along if you will, for the 3rd issue of Gamemasters Comics, Red Rover’s Revenge.  When available, Cat is the voice of the narrator and the villainous Red Rover.  To find out more, listen to the interview! About Red Rover’s Revenge: Young rapper Askia Jones has a deadbeat dad. […]

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The Magic Poof, interview with author Stephen Hodges

The Magic Poof

A super cute children’s book Cat discovered at San Diego Comic-Con was Magic Poof.  It’s about a little girl on picture day,… and her hair.  Author Stephen Hodges called in to tell us how this book came to be. About Magic Poof: The Poof, a great ball of curly hair sits on top of 7 year old Ange-Marie’s head. His […]

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Anything Is Possible, interview with author Thomas Bahler

Author Thomas Bahler called in to talk about his book, Anything is Possible, a work of historical fiction.  About Anything is possible: A thought-provoking modern treasure, the life of the great philosopher and teacher Æsop is explored for the first time ever in a brilliantly crafted historical fiction. To find out more about Thomas or to buy the book, check […]

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Gamemasters Comics, interview with writer Michael Dismuke

Gamemasters Comics

Back in August of 2013, we had Michael on the show to talk about Roshambo Comics.  Since then, it has evolved into Gamemasters Comics with more villains based on childhood games and even more adventure! About Gamemasters: When the balance of evil is tipped in the bad guys’ favor and the hard decisions need to be made, there is one […]

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Journey of Heroes, interview with author Stacey Hayashi

Journey of Heroes

Another of Cat’s finds from San Diego Comic-Con International was author Stacey Hayashi.  She called in to discuss her graphic novel, Journey of Heroes: the story of the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team. More information can be found on their official website.  You can also follow them on Facebook. About Journey of Heroes: JOURNEY OF HEROES: the Story […]

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Carpe Chaos, interview with writer Eric Carter

Carpe Chaos

Free comics on the web?  That’s what Eric Carter, writer, and his team offer through their website Carpe Chaos.  Eric called in to tell us all about it. About Carpe Chaos: “Carpe Chaos is an independent science-fiction space-opera webcomic about five alien races who learn to travel between stars, and it focuses on the ways their cultures collide and how […]

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