Two Is Better Than One Especially with Rebekah Isaacs & Jon Price

By Shaun Daniels and Sharon Wong

The end of New York Comic Con interviews is upon us.  We were fortunate enough to speak with the lovely and talented Rebekah Isaacs, who was last on the list but certainly not the least.  You might know her name from DV8 with Brian Wood and Hack/Slash with Tim Seeley but it is her current work on our favorite of the Buffyverse comics, Dark Horse Comics‘s Angel & Faith (written by Christos Gage), that has us crushing on this artist.

But the interview doesn’t end there; we also talked with writer/musician, and Rebekah’s fiancé, Jon Price.  Jon’s band, H2Awesome!, played Rock Comic Con during the NYCC weekend and he himself is releasing a new volume of his comic Magus, inked and penciled by Rebekah.  Enjoy our port wine of interviews from New York Comic Con.

Click here to listen to Part One.

Click here to listen to Part Two.

Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions.

For The Fright Channel fans who are hearing impaired or just like to read, please contact shaun@horrorhaven.com for a written transcript.

Feedback is always welcomed at shaun@horrorhaven.com and sharon@horrorhaven.com

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One Response to “Two Is Better Than One Especially with Rebekah Isaacs & Jon Price”

  1. […] It is the final issue in the Angel & Faith opening arc, “Live Through This,”  and by no means are the problems of the two title characters resolved.  The high-wire balancing act of protecting Angel from both himself and the Slayers is Faith’s world, and things aren’t going to get any easier for her.  One Slayer that Faith is mentoring may be coming unhinged in the blood bath that closes out the storyline.  Issue #4 also opens up the series’ next arc, “Daddy Issues.”  For an inside peek on the future of Angel & Faith, check out our 2011 New York Comic Con interview with artist Rebekah Isaacs (see ‘Two Is Better Than One Especially with Rebekah Isaacs & Jon Price’). […]

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