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Greg

Greg DAE is a Brooklyn born film-maker, writer, actor, and horror/comic fiend. He was one of the first writers of The Outhouse and one of the two original Bludnet writers. One day he’ll be an accomplished comic book writer…. Or else.

 

 

 


Sitting and Chatting in the CHAIR of Peter Simeti!

Sitting and Chatting in the CHAIR of Peter Simeti!

By Greg in Columns on June 25, 2008

Today's guest is Alterna Comic's Peter Simeti discussing his upcoming new graphic novel, The Chair!

Locked in a Strange Embrace with David Hine

Locked in a Strange Embrace with David Hine

By Greg in Columns on June 5, 2008

Last week on Face to GreG I review David Hine's Strange Embrace, this week the twisted crafter himself comes for a visit to discuss the process of developing Strange Embrace, the therapy of writing, and an exclusive Spawn rap!

David Hine's Strange Embrace Review

David Hine's Strange Embrace Review

By Greg in Columns on May 27, 2008

Reviewing David Hine's Strange Embrace in time for the Hardcover release this July!

TALKING ALETHEIA AND MODERN GREEK WITH BOB LEFEVRE!

TALKING ALETHEIA AND MODERN GREEK WITH BOB LEFEVRE!

By Greg in Columns on May 2, 2008

Welcome back to Face to Greg where we only care about what I care about and today we care about Shadowline’s upcoming Aletheia. Now, I’m a huge Greek mythology fan, so I’m mega excited about this upcoming book and I’m hella excited to be able to chat with the book’s creator, Bob LeFevre. So without further ado…

Greg gets Interviewed!

Greg gets Interviewed!

By Greg in Columns on April 10, 2008

Well, this is a weird Face to Greg, because it's actually Greg being interviewed by Myspace Writers Interviews! Nice!

Oh Nooo!!! Black People in my Comics!!!!

Oh Nooo!!! Black People in my Comics!!!!

By Greg in Columns on March 17, 2008

Welcome to Face to Greg where we take a stroll through my mind. A topic I’d like to tackle today is the belief that when a black writer writes a comic and brings in a black character, he must obviously have an agenda. I mean, it only makes sense, right?

How to Rob a Bank [Movie Review]

How to Rob a Bank [Movie Review]

By Greg in Columns on March 14, 2008

Written and directed by Andrews Jenkins, I caught this indy flick the other week on PPV and I must say it was good money well spent.

Darn you, Tie-In and Event Books!!!

Darn you, Tie-In and Event Books!!!

By Greg in Columns on March 12, 2008

So my friend, Rex, and I were discussing the state of comics – rather I was complaining. As to what I was complaining about: Tie-ins and crossovers. Am I the only guy who is burnt out and tired of this?

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