Writer B. Clay Moore parties with the Pirate Podcast crew and tells them all about Hawaiian Dick and the many other series he's involved with.
The Pirate Podcast sets sail for the Pacific this week for an interview with B. Clay Moore of Hawaiian Dick, published by Image Comics. BKThomson takes the captains chair for this interview with some help form acting first officer Doombug aka Eric Ratcliffe of the weekly web comic New Comic Day. They talk with B. Clay Moore about the many books and projects he's written and contributed to including the various Hawaiian Dicks, The Walking Dead, BILLY SMOKE, Love in Tights, Battle Hymn, The Expatriate, '76, Hack/Slash, The Leading Man, Superman Confidential, JSA Classified, GI Joe: Special Missions Manhattan, Our Fighting Forces, Marvel Comics Presents, Noble Causes, Casey Blue and more! Clay Moore isn't just talking about the books them selves. He's giving us the behind the scenes action on the makings of and the info on were his books stand in the movie development deals. Don't take my word for it. Hear it all for your self by clicking the links below to download the show.
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Written or Contributed by: ProzacMan AKA Brian Osserman
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