Interview: Don MacDonald on Machiavelli, the Challenges of Historical Comics, and his Kickstarter CampaignBy Christian Hoffer in Features on May 7, 2014
An interview with creator Don MacDonald.
C2E2 Interview: Erik Burnham Talks Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary, Old Familiar Faces, and an Enemy ReturningBy Zechs in Features on May 7, 2014
Zechs interviews Erik Burnham, writer of IDW's Ghostbusters ongoing about the series, the plethora of characters, the franchise's 30th Anniversary, and the return of an old foe.
Game of Thrones: Now with 150% more Wu Tang!
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In the sixth episode of View from the Gutter's bonus series, The Long Run, we discuss Invincible, by Robert Kirkman.
A somewhat stream-of-conciousness attempt to recap a discussion that's taken place over the last month across all of fandom.
A look at the various Easter eggs from last night's episode of Arrow.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss The Adventures of Superhero Girl, by Faith Erin Hicks
Chaotic Awesome hosts Michele Morrow & Chloe Dykstra tell The Outhouse about their live weekly show, their shared love of gaming, tease upcoming projects and more.
Pretty people prettying so hard at each other they pretty themselves to death
Zechs interviews Andrew Gaska, writer of "Critical Millennium The Dark Frontier", "SPACE:1999", "Conspiracy of the Planet of the Apes", and an upcoming "Buck Rogers" illustrated novel.
Zechs interviews Chandra Free, writer/artist of the Indy graphic novel: "The God Machine".
Interview: Kevin LaPorte on Small Press Comics in the South, Roadkill and Successfully Running Kickstarter CampaignsBy Christian Hoffer in Features on April 28, 2014
The Outhouse speaks to Kevin LaPorte about his small press publishing house Inverse Press, his ongoing series Roadkill du Jour, and his successful Kickstarter campaign management.
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Three years later and I still can't spell Daenerys right on the first try
Siike, a brain aneurysm survivor recovers his visual memory through art you can fund.
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