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Interview with Karen Falk and Stephen Christy

At this part New York Comic Con, I had the pleasure of interviewing both Stephen Christy, editor-in-chief at Archaia, and Karen Falk, head archivist at The Jim Henson Company.   The Muppets are returning to the big screen in their eponymous [...]

November 10, 2011 Reviews
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Studio Sessions: Frank Quitely

As an unusually warm October afternoon settles over central Glasgow, Comic Booked takes a seat at the communal coffee table (glass and heaped with comics) inside Hope Street studios. The studio, situated within spitting distance of the bustling train station, [...]

November 2, 2011 Reviews
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Loving Fans & Killer Zombies

So you love a video game a whole lot. You have it, you’ve probably beaten it multiple times, and maybe you even own some merchandise from the game.  Perhaps you’ve even gone as far as cosplaying one of the characters [...]

October 24, 2011 Reviews
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Interview With Musician, Activist, and Orchid Comic Creator Tom Morello!

Tom Morello is a man I have always looked up to. From Rage Against the Machine to The Nightwatchman (and everything in-between), his unique guitar style is grounded in fundamentals, yet fused with unorthodox methods that smash boundaries and sound [...]

October 22, 2011 Reviews
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Kieron Gillen Gets Comic Booked at NYCC!

While at New York Comic Con last weekend, I was lucky enough to sit down with a number of creators to discuss their work both past and present. The rest of these interviews will trickle out over the course of [...]

October 21, 2011 Reviews
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Alan Robert Gets Comic Booked!

It’s no secret: I’ve been excited about Alan Robert’s Crawl to Me since Issue #1 was given to me by the folks at IDW. Since then, it’s been my pleasure to review the first three issues (review of #1, review of [...]

October 19, 2011 Reviews
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Director Joe Cornish gets Comic Booked at NYCC!

While attending NYCC, I had the opportunity to take part in a roundtable interview with British director Joe Cornish. Cornish’s directorial debut, Attack of the Block, has been compared to Shaun of the Dead and has already developed a cult following. Attack [...]

October 19, 2011 Reviews
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Indie Insider: Interviewing Vince White

Quite often we underestimate the quality of independent comics.  But there are several out there that challenge the notion that one has to be big to play big. Vince White does this with the creation of his new comic book Will Power. From a [...]

October 17, 2011 Reviews
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Indie Insider: Interviewing Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias

In a world full of compromise and “mass produced” comics, a dynamic duo rise to bring the comic world back to it’s former glory.  Sounds like the intro to a super hero flick, but it’s not far from the truth. I had [...]

October 12, 2011 Reviews
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I am GeekGirlCon, Hear me ROAR!

Way back at the start of the year, I came across a little card in my LCS for GeekGirlCon.  I checked out their website and instantly became excited about their convention and organization.  So much did I like and support [...]

October 4, 2011 Reviews
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Indie Insider: Interviewing Joel Poirier

For today’s episode of Indie Insider, I got the opportunity to interview Joel Poirier, the creator of the web comic Stripped Comics. We shot the breeze and talked about his passion for print comics and how they shaped the direction of his [...]

September 30, 2011 Reviews
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Indie Insider: Interviewing Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt

The indie comic scene is filled with amazing artists creating diverse, entertaining comics.  Hence the creation of this new feature on Comic Booked, the Indie Insider. The goal is to showcase some of the many artist making a splash in [...]

September 28, 2011 Reviews
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Interview with Jason Dube: Artist of ‘Joey the Lil Genius’

In Auburn, Washington, a ten year old boy with spina bifida is getting a chance to be a super hero in his own comic book.  Joseph Hernandez, father of Joey, has written his son into Joey the Lil Genius where [...]

August 15, 2011 Reviews
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Hideous Energy Interviews Tom Brevoort

Tom Brevoort, Executive Editor and Senior Vice President of Publishing for Marvel Comics, took time out of his busy day to talk to myself and David Hopkins for our podcast, Hideous Energy. We are massive comic fans, which is probably [...]

August 14, 2011 Reviews
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Interview with Peter Clines: Author of Ex-Heroes and Ex-Patriots

A month ago, Ex-Heroes crossed my path. It is a tempting genre-crossing zombie and superhero mash-up novel I couldn’t resist. Ex-Patriots, the sequel, was recently released as an audio book which I finished listening to during my morning workouts on [...]

August 11, 2011 Reviews