by Chris Thompson
This week Taylor & I tackle three exciting new books, each with their own unique flavour. First up we take a bite out of Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Kevin Nowlan’s Lobster Johnson: Satan Smells A Rat from Dark Horse Comics. Plus we take a look at the chemistry behind Michael D. Perkins & Will Perkins’ new release, Beware… Formula X from 215 Ink.
Then we tune in to Chris Sims, Chad Bowers & Erica Henderson’s poppy new production Subatomic Party Girls from Monkeybrain Comics. Chris, Chad, Erica & I chat about having a four-way, where Subatomic Party Girls came from, how comics’ criticism can feed into (or detract from) your own creativity, and why podcasting is a lot like any other creative collaboration.
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Chris Sims’ Twitter: @theisb
Chris Sims’ website: www.the-isb.com
Chad Bower’s Twitter: @ChadBowers
Chad Bower’s website: www.monsterpluscomic.com
Erica Henderson’s Twitter: @EricaFails
Erica Henderson’s website: ericafailsatlife.tumblr.com
And if you want to back Erica’s Kickstarter, Baby’s First Mythos, then you can find it right here:
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