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Greg Anderson-Elysee

Gregory Anderson-Elysee is a Brooklyn born and based filmmaker (director and editor), playwright, comic book writer, model, and part time actor. He was one of the first writers and interviewers of The Outhouse. He is the writer and creator of the upcoming book Is'nana the Were-Spider.


RIP, Test

RIP, Test

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on March 14, 2009

I haven't been a big wrestling fan for a little while now but I've always said to my friend if Test returned, I'd be watching regularly again. He was my favorite to watch, always found him entertaining, especially as the asshole heel. This morning I found out he was found dead in his home last night. Details are unknown but I have a faint idea on what happened. Poor guy. You'll be heavily missed, man. No one delivers that killer Big Boot like you. Rest in peace, TJ Thunder.

Crafting Film with John Hunter!

Crafting Film with John Hunter!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on April 2, 2009

Interviewing film-maker John Hunter as we discuss his films, his influences, some good ol' funny books, and Heather!

Greg's Oh! The Horror! #1 (Outhouse Edition)

Greg's Oh! The Horror! #1 (Outhouse Edition)

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Reviews on February 16, 2009

Well, I've been asked by quite a few folks here to write for the site. The recent one being to produce myreviews that I write for my horror blog and thread onto the front page so decided, sure, why not? So this is for the horror fans and myself as I just have fun watching these things. So for my first "Oh! The Horror!" for Outhouse, I review Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman's masterpiece Coraline.

Reviewing Image's Proof

Reviewing Image's Proof

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on February 12, 2009

Reviewing Image's Proof by the team of Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo.

Chatting with the Nobly Dynamic Duo, Mahmud Asrar and Yildiray Cinar!

Chatting with the Nobly Dynamic Duo, Mahmud Asrar and Yildiray Cinar!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on January 31, 2009

How about getting to know some good ol' artists for a change? Today a double dose of fantastic artists by the name of Yildiray Cinar and Mahmud Asrar, artists of Image's Noble Causes and Dynamo 5, respectively.

By Golly! It's Phil Hester!

By Golly! It's Phil Hester!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on January 20, 2009

Everyone's favorite Irredeemable Ant-Man artist, Phil Hester, drops by to discuss Firebreather, Golly!, carnies, funny moments for writing materials and more!

Let's Ask #2: What was the significant comic/creator?

Let's Ask #2: What was the significant comic/creator?

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on January 10, 2009

The return of Face To Greg! It's surely been so long! With the return of the column (and hopefully back into regularly posting), I ask various comic creators what was that comic book issue, series, artist, or whatever that made them say to themselves, "You know what? I want to seriously write/draw comics?"

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on September 26, 2008

Screamland was a book I stumbled upon at the NYCC last April. By that time I was ready to leave and I only had six bucks in my pocket. I was waiting for Larsen but the Screamland team were there signing away, sketching, and giving out posters. I gave a look see at the first issue and chatted with the creators. I decided "Eh, what the heck? Take a chance and buy it." And boy was it a great chance as I felt I should have spent my last 3 bucks ont he second issue! Héctor was even nice enough to give me a free Joker sketch after spending all my cash! Thanks, guys! Without further ado...

Troy Hickman, The Street Walker, and partner in crime, The Twilight Guardian

Troy Hickman, The Street Walker, and partner in crime, The Twilight Guardian

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on October 17, 2008

For the second year Top Cow has released a collection of comics called Pilot Season. Every week a new issue comes out for a month and at the end, readers vote which story they love, etc and in the end the two most voted gets a shot for a mini-series! Today we're visited by one of the winners, Troy Hickman, writer of the Twilight Guardian!

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on September 26, 2008

Screamland was a book I stumbled upon at the NYCC last April. By that time I was ready to leave and I only had six bucks in my pocket. I was waiting for Larsen but the Screamland team were there signing away, sketching, and giving out posters. I gave a look see at the first issue and chatted with the creators. I decided "Eh, what the heck? Take a chance and buy it." And boy was it a great chance as I felt I should have spent my last 3 bucks ont he second issue! Héctor was even nice enough to give me a free Joker sketch after spending all my cash! Thanks, guys! Without further ado...

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