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Boston Joe’s Wicked Pissah of a Boston Comic Con Interview

Posted in Comic News, Interviews on 05/22/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels and Photos & Edited by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

As we stated in our interview with Allen J. Clements, there were two things that caught our eyes at the 2012 Boston Comic Con.  The first was The Fictory with the second being (drum roll, please) comic book creator Joe DellaGatta.  You might want to remember his name because we think you are going to hear it a lot over the next couple years.  We spoke with the native New Englander about his comic The Diver (formerly known as The Holy Diver) and job at video game company, 38 Studios.  Sit back, pop open a PBR and enjoy our chat with Joe DellaGatta. Continue reading

The Sweet Smell of The Fictory…A Boston Comic Con Interview with Allen J. Clements

Posted in Interviews on 05/21/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels and Photos & Edited by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

Every year at Boston Comic Con, there’s always something new that catches our eye, whether it be a comic or creator.  This year however was different as there were two things that caught our eye(s).  One was a creator (who will be featured in an upcoming interview) while the other were the fine folks from The Fictory.  What initially drew us to them was the Atomic Robo animated trailer (click here to watch) playing at the booth and then the video pinball machine based on their first Intellectual Property, Stabb Gunner.  Fortunately, Allen J. Clements, the master of PR for The Fictory and producer for their sister company, Postage VFX, was there to talk to us.  He gave us the lowdown on both Atomic Robo and Stabb Gunner as well as hinted at projects in the works. Continue reading

Move Over Hall & Oates, It’s Hall & Bradford From Boston Comic Con

Posted in Comic News, Interviews on 05/18/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels, Edited by Roger Froilan and Photos by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

If you remember way back when to Boston Comic Con 2011, then you remember the praises we sung for Daniel Bradford and Tom Hall.  This notorious duo are the ones responsible for creating one of our favorite indie books, R13 (Robot 13).  We gushed about it in our BCC Indie Spotlight 2011, Half Year Progress Report and Year End Round up because where else are you going to find a robot with a floating skull kicking the ass of gigantic Greek myth-inspired monsters?  We had the pleasure of speaking to the two about upcoming plans for R13, The King and other projects. Continue reading

Suicide & Grindhouse…A Boston Comic Con Interview with Mike Pecci

Posted in Film, Interviews on 05/17/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels, Edited by Roger Froilan and Photos by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

Good chances are that somewhere on the interwebs you’ve come across Mike Pecci.  Whether it’s the director/photographer’s high concept photography, work with the Suicide Girls or Grindhouse Shorts film, then you’ve experienced his work.  If that wasn’t enough for his resume, Mike has filmed music videos for old school hardcore acts like Sick Of It All and Agnostic Front as well as Boston’s own hip-hop stars 7L & Esoteric.  We had the utmost pleasure speaking with Mike at Boston Comic Con this year, where he gave us a rundown of Grindhouse Shorts and teased at future work, including a documentary about Ben Templesmith. Continue reading

Reasonably Priced and Oh So, Reasonably Good: A Boston Comic Con Interview with Brandon Barrows

Posted in Comic News, Interviews on 05/10/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels and Photos & Edited by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

The date for Boston Comic Con is always circled once or twice on our calendars, so it’s an understatement when we say we look forward to the con each and every year.  We always meet new people, including creators, writers, artists and fans, as well as recognize faces from cons past.  One such familiar face is Brandon Barrows, who is one of our three favorite people from Vermont, the first two being Ben & Jerry (if Brandon goes into the ice cream business, he might usurp Ben & Jerry from the top spots). Continue reading

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