Gamemasters Comics, interview with creator Michael Dismuke

Gamemasters Comics

Exciting new things were happening for Gamemasters Comics so we had Michael Dismuke on to tell us more of the adventures of Ro, Sham, & Bo. 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 group that embodies the preeminent form of justice in […]

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Kodoja: A Kaiju Graphic Novel, interview with creator Keith Foster

Another SDCC find was Kodoja: a Kaiju Graphic Novel complete with soundtrack.  We talked to creator Keith Foster. About Kodoja: What if Godzilla fought Cthulhu? An unstoppable 20-story Kaiju. A giant serpent rising from the ground. The planet will shudder! You can find out more at their official website, as well as follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Here is […]

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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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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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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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Angel Falling, interview with author Jeff Kaufman

Angel Falling Graphic Novel

Jeff Kaufman is an author of graphic novels.  His newest is titled Angel Falling and it features an autistic hero.  He called us to tell us about the book and his campaign for autism awareness. About Angel Falling: “When Angel awakens atop a dumpster, half-naked with no memory of who she is, it doesn’t take long to figure out that she’s […]

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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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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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