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Seth Ferranti writes for VICE, The Fix, Don Diva and other media outlets. He runs www.gorillaconvict.com, www.thegr1nd.com and has 8 true crime books out, one of which, The Supreme Team, is now being adapted into a graphic novel with Stache Publishing.

Interview: Vincenzo Ferriero and Ray Chou Take Steampunk to New Horizons...

Skies of Fire, the brainchild of Vincenzo Ferriero and Ray Chou, is a colorful and mesmerizing comic that takes readers into the Aquilan Empire, a...

Interview: Troy Little on Recreating “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”...

Troy Little is an Eisner-nominated artist who took on the monumental task of adapting the American counterculture classic Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,...

Interview: Artist Dave Crosland Brings Zest and Edge to Comics

Dave Crosland, aka King Gum, is a talented and prolific artist that I first discovered in the pages of the Scarface comic. The story drew me...

INTERVIEW: Introducing Keith Burns, Artist Extraordinaire

Keith Burns is an artist out of the UK that keeps an extremely low profile, at least on the Internet. He’s an artist you should...

Interview: Marcus Muller Crowns Himself “King of the Unknown”

Marcus Muller is a comic creator and freelance artist who has worked with DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Locust Moon Press. He’s also...

Interview: Ms. Deadpool’s Reilly Brown Chats Art and Inter-Galactus Ping Pong

Reilly Brown is a stalwart veteran of the House of Ideas, drawing titles like Amazing Spiderman, New Warriors and Incredible Hercules.  However, while Brown's work...

Interview: Comics Extraordinare Dirk Manning on Tales of Mr. Rhee and...

Dirk Manning is a constant feature of the Comic Con scene. This comic creator and writer extraordinaire might be one of the hardest working men...

Interview: Corey Fryia Raps on Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue is a comics anthology published by Stache Publishing in 2014 that has left readers wanting more. The first volume collected...

Interview: Brian Wood Tackles The Evils of the Food Network in...

Brian Wood is a Multiple Eisner Award-nominee comic book creator whose first comic, Channel Zero, debuted in 1997. He continued creating original series like DMZ,...

A First Look at Pop Star Assassin

Pop Star Assassin, the new comic by writer/creator Ed Lavallee and art by Marcelo Basile, is a mesmerizing and surreal look into the life of Bruce, an Elvis impersonator who thinks the real Elvis was his father. The explosive first issue sees Bruce thrown into a wild situation stuck between G-Men, mobsters, and shadow agencies. All of whom are trying to use him for their own needs. As the climatic events unfold Bruce is left tying to figure what is going on, who he really is and what his connection to Elvis is. If you like guns, action, espionage, the mob, G-Men, Elvis and shadow agencies then you will love this book. Definitely check it out. Here is the exclusive interview with writer/creator Lavallee.