On this episode of the podcast I am joined by Top Cow artist extraordinaire Jeremy Haun! Jeremy and I talk about his career so far jumping from working with Claremont on New Excalibur to Wildstorm's Chuck miniseries to David Hine on the Darkness. We then end up for almost 45 minutes have a discussion on social media, kickstarter and the over all reach/control the fanbase has on current popular culture as well as nerd about some horror films and Jeremy teases a big project that he's launching next month on Kickstarter with B Clay Moore/Alex Grecian and even Phil Hester! It's another packed episode of the Why I Love Comics podcast!
Next week...That Guy with the Glasses reviewer and all around awesome guy Eric Rodriguez aka Erod the Blockbuster Buster!
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About the Author - Eric Ratcliffe
Eric Ratcliffe is the host of The Why I Love Comics podcast, as well as the writer of the long running and award winning webcomic New Comic Day! When not interviewing the biggest names in geek culture, Eric writes the occasional column about something he is enjoying or informing people about webseries, podcasts, gadgets or many other cool things. You can also find Eric on Email/twitter/facebook/youtube/steam/x-box live and many other social media avenues on the internet.
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