Monster Elementary, interview with writer Nicholas Doan

Monster Elementary

A very cute comic written for kids of all ages is Monster Elementary.  Creator and writer of the series, Nicholas Doan, called to tell us all about it. About Monster Elementary: “MONSTER ELEMENTARY is a fun, witty, comedy/adventure comic for children of all ages! It’s about five monster children that are forced to attend a human public school after their […]

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Agent 88, interview with filmmaker Digger T Mesch

Some people make a short just to stand alone.  Others make them hoping to turn them into something bigger such as a series or movie.  Agent 88 is a short film available right now on Chill.com that is one of those shorts that is hoping for something more.  We talked to creator/director Digger T Mesch about the story and what he […]

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Comic Relief, interview with artist Chris Copeland

Marvel storyboard artist and illustrator called in to talk about his new sketchbook, Comic Relief: the Art of Chris Copeland. About Chris Copeland: “Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Chris Copeland has spent the last four years as a storyboard artist on major animated TV series such as The Emmy award-winning program, Transformers: Prime, Ultimate Spiderman, Ben 10: Omniverse, and […]

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MixTape Comics, interview with comic artist Rachel Dukes

Wandering through San Diego Comic Con this past summer, I had to stop and talk to an artist because of a certain piece she was featuring.  Rachel Dukes spends a lot of time drawing her cat, and this picture was the cat with the phrase, “I like you.”  Melissa and I say that to everyone.  A couple months later after […]

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Roshambo, interview with creator Michael Dismuke

Roshambo

We had a little fun with Michael Dismuke after he had a little error in the time of his first interview and missed the call.  On air roshambo… a first?  This is an interview about his very cute super hero comic book, Roshambo. About Roshambo: “Roshambo is the break-through hero comic that has been called “a cross between Calvin & […]

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The Vigilante Project, interview with creator Chris Dickens

Frame from the Vigilante Project

In August, we talked to Chris Dickens, creator of the Vigilante Project, of which there were many things to discuss.  A lawsuit had just been filed to protect the comic so we discussed how important it is not only to protect your work, but to make sure you give credit where credit is due.  Also, SDCC had just come and gone where […]

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Supernatural Law, interview with creator Batton Lash

Supernatural Law

Cat met Batton Lash while doing interviews for the Geek Girl Project.  He was such a character, that after his Kickstarter for his new book, the Monsters Meet on Court Street, we invited him on the show to talk about it.  He also called in to talk about another book, The Werewolf of New York.  Both are part of his series, […]

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The Cover Story, interview with filmmaker Eric Christensen

The Cover Story

Melissa interviewed Eric Christensen about his documentary, “The Cover Story: Album Art.”  Album art is quickly becoming a dinasaur, and this wonderful movie explores the art and the artists.  The film was shown at the Sonoma International Film Festival. About The Cover Story: “The untold stories behind some of the classic covers of the vinyl era.” Learn more about the […]

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Creativity, interview with filmmaker Tim Wetzel

In studio, we had local Tim Wetzel come in to discuss the 2 shorts he had screening at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  He is the creator of Creativity: The Artist, and Creativity: Furnace, both films about local Sonoma artists.  The artists include Elizabeth Dekker and Alex Leader.  Steve Martindale from SIFF sat in with me to interview the filmmaker. […]

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