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.
A simple little rant about my love for Image Comics. Featuring Brikhed21 and Jay Faerber, co-creator and writer of Dynamo 5 and Noble Causes.
Well, many people know that I am a fan of horror. It brings happiness. Also, I am a film-maker/actor. So as a new feature of "Face To Greg" you'll be getting some reviews of horror movies I've watched and all. Plus, how long ago since my last column update? Sheesh! But yes, without further ado...
Recently I've been on a Ninja Turtles high! I've seen the recent movie so many damn times and been trying to collect as much of their books I see in shops. And today I chat with an actually writer of the Turtles! Mr. Tristan Jones visits to give a lil' chat about the Turtles and his upcoming issue #50, a milestone for the series! After the recent movie, Jones' first issue (#36) definitely forced me to become a fan of the Turtles full time! So it's my great pleasure to present to you....
Today on Face To Greg, I ask various creators who they most relate to. From the Spectacular Spidey to Firestorm to Charlie Brown, read who relates to whom.
Today's guest is Alterna Comic's Peter Simeti discussing his upcoming new graphic novel, The Chair!
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!
Reviewing David Hine's Strange Embrace in time for the Hardcover release this July!
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…
Well, this is a weird Face to Greg, because it's actually Greg being interviewed by Myspace Writers Interviews! Nice!
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?
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