Articles Posted in the " Interviews " Category

  • Ngozi Ukazu on Tumblr, Kickstarter, and Sports

    If you’ve been around a while, you guys know I’m a fan of Check, Please!, the webcomic about a gay southern baker who navigates life and love on his college hockey team. Last month at Flame Con, I was fortunate enough to sit down with creator Ngozi Ukazu to talk about how she started, what drew […]




  • Interview with Road To Infamy Games about Bowties

    Road To Infamy Games has launched a Kickstarter for their latest game. Bowties is a delightful drinking game you can integrate into any kind of social gathering.  I was lucky enough to receive a playtest copy of Bowties, which I broke out in a bar in Nashville with my friends and some strangers (who are […]


  • Michael Dante DiMartino Talks Art, Magic, and Korra

    Michael Dante DiMartino is probably best known for being one half of the creative team that gave the world Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra – two series which have continued in comics and graphic novels. The first volume of The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, released this month, with volume two set to hit stands in […]


  • Tomi Adeyemi on Epic Adventures and Representation

    If you’re not familiar with the name Tomi Adeyemi, you soon will be. Her debut novel, Children of Blood and Bone, hasn’t even hit shelves yet and has already been optioned for a movie, in a seven-figure deal that is almost unheard of for a new author, let alone one who is just 23. Read our […]



  • Clare Kramer talks Comic-Con, Buffy, and Joyrider

    San Diego Comic-con is an excellent opportunity to catch up on projects from our favorite creators, both past and present.  This year I had the opportunity to sit down with Clare Kramer from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and talk about her new project, Joyrider, and Buffy’s enduring legacy. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a cornerstone […]


  • Supergirl at SDCC 2017: Controversy Mars the Weekend

    Controversy followed the cast of Supergirl at SDCC 2017. Despite a drama-free press room and a fairly charming panel, a now infamous video soured fans on the show and its cast (except Katie). Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • The 100 at SDCC 2017: Time Jumps, Boo

    Last year, The 100 was one of my favorite panels at San Diego Comic-Con. This year, I had to miss it because of press obligations. But don’t worry! I found a panel recap so I can bring you guys all the news from The 100 at SDCC 2017. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our […]