The Dragon*Con Minute: Sanford Greene with Cheryl Lynn Eaton

Posted by September 7, 2009 Comment

One of the best things about DragonCon is the pop culture festival’s Artist Alley! Our Bleeding Cool operative took a moment or two to visit Artist Alley and talk to some of the creators present at the convention. Stay tuned for three episodes of the DragonCon Minute!

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Sanford Greene

CLE: Hi, this is Cheryl Lynn Eaton, your Bleeding Cool operative and I’m here with artist Sanford Greene. So, Sanford, tell me how your DragonCon is going so far!

SG: DragonCon is going well and I’m very excited to be here. I’ve been [attending DragonCon] for the past five years. I’ve had a great time selling my new sketchbook and some original art and just having a good time hanging out with some of my fellow artists that I haven’t seen in a couple of years.

CLE: Now, is there anything that our Bleeding Cool readers can see from you in the stores in the next few months?

SG: Actually, this month there will be a Hulk/X-Men one-shot that will be out. And next month, I have a Deadpool project that will be out around Halloween. I think that’s an appropriate time to have Deadpool!

CLE: Of course! Now do you want to tell us a little bit about Marvel Adventures? Because I see some work here that you haven’t mentioned yet.

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SG: Yes, Marvel Adventures Spider-Man! I worked on that earlier this year. I believe I worked on issues #49 through #52. The trade or digest collecting my work should be out right about now.

CLE: Great! So readers can walk right into a store and pick that up!

SG: Yes! I also did a Legion of Superheroes story for DC Comics—issue #44. I worked with writer Jim Shooter–a comic legend. That’s out now as well.

CLE: Nice! Thank you so much for talking with us, Sanford. This is Cheryl Lynn Eaton with the DragonCon Minute and I’m out!

Cheryl Lynn writes for Digital Femme Online.

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