Happy 1When I first found out that my awesome friend Darick Robertson would be joining up with Grant Morrison to make Image Comics' title Happy!, I was ecstatic. Transmetropolitan remains my current favorite graphic series of all time, and Happy! is already shaping up to be just as amazing a piece of art and literature.

 


As you guys know, I contact a friend of mine who has made it in the indie comic book industry to sit down for one inspirational interview a month, and I am beyond Happy! to have Darick Robertson as my featured Indie and the Geek creator for October.


Hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did.

'Identity Thief:' Artistic Influences

Identity Thief CoverIn the following interviews, the creators of Fanboy Comics' latest graphic novel, Identity Thief, talk about the creators that most influenced them.


 

 

 

The Legacy CoverI sat down with Forrest Rawls, writer of the comic book The Legacy, for my latest indie interview here on Indie and the Geek!

 

'Identity Thief:' The Path to Success

Identity Thief imageIn the following interviews, the creators of Fanboy Comics' latest graphic novel, Identity Thief, talk about the process of taking the script from idea to fully realized graphic novel!


 

 

Devins AvatarThe following is an interview with Devin Leigh Michaels, creator of the seven-issue comic book miniseries Destiny's Fate.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Kristine Chester talks with Michaels about her journey to become a writer, her penchant for time travel stories, and how you can help Destiny's Fate by contributing to the Kickstarter campaign for Issues #2 and #3.

This interview was conducted on September 24, 2012.

 

Featured Creature: The Blank

Identity Thief CoverIn the following interviews, the creators of Fanboy Comics' latest graphic novel, Identity Thief, talk about the featured creature affectionately referred to as The Blank and the "je n'ais sais quois" it possesses!


 

 

 

WW Kirstie MT*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.


Dancing with the Stars
has kicked off its hundred and fifty-seventh season, this time in the form of an all-star version. (Apparently, there is a limit to the number of celebrities willing to don gay apparel and wiggle it, just a little bit, for the prime time audience at large.)

I'm tuning in 'till past favorites Pamela Anderson and Kirstie Alley get kicked off.  Hey!  I'm a loyal fanboy,  I was one of the 5 people who saw Barb Wire in the theater. The only one not wearing a trench coat, albeit, but present nonetheless.

Which brings us to Kirstie Allie.

The Genesis of 'Identity Thief'

Identity Thief CoverIn the following interviews, the creators of Fanboy Comics' latest graphic novel, Identity Thief, talk about the early stages of the project and what excites them about this book!


 

 

 

 

Books  S--tBooks & S--t #005: Barney Brach's Oatmeal Stout
*Warning:  Contains strong language, alcohol consumption, and adult content.

 

 

Brought to you by Anderson Valley Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout

 

 

 

 

 

In the penultimate episode of Books & S--t Season 1, Brian and Sam welcome author Eric Brach, a professor at Cal Lutheran who is co-authoring the memoir of Billy McGill, former #1 NBA draft pick, to be published by University of Nebraska Press.  It's a menage a trois of banter, drunkenness, and heavy petting as we discuss celebrity authors, the delicate art of writing biographies, and what YOU can do to help save the tragically endangered CA Boose!




Books and S--t
releases a new episode every Wednesday,

because no one likes a dry Hump Day.

 

 

 

 

Penguins vs PossumsAt Comikaze Expo 2012, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes chats with indie comic book creators Sebastian Kadlecik and John Bring of Penguins vs. Possums.


Penguins vs. Possums is an epic series that depicts the titular rivals in interspecies armageddon. Learn more at www.penguinsvspossums.com, and stay tuned for the creators' next comic book anthology, Crossover!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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