5 in Five with Kurtis Wiebe

I was lucky enough to have the ever so busy Kurtis Wiebe about Intrepids. Somehow, the man squeezed in time to write Green Wake, a horror mystery series (Image Comics), and a hard-edged crime graphic novel, Snow Angel (Arcana Studios). This former freelance game copywriter is hitting his strides with comic books and is definitely someone to watch over the...

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5 in Five: Scott Kowalchuck by Shaun Daniels

Normally, I write the blurbs but I think that Scott Kowalchuck tells it best himself.  I’m not sure I could do his words justice. I’m originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Canada), but currently live just outside of Calgary, Alberta.  When living in Saskatoon, as a kid, there really was not a lot of extracurricular activities to lose one’s self...

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5 in Five: Rob Fitz by Shaun Daniels

  I recently got to interview Rob Fitz, the filmmaker responsible for the critically-acclaimed film, God of Vampires. Rob, a New Hampshire native, went to The School of Visual Arts in New York City to pursue his lifelong passion of creating horror films. Ever since Rob was a young kid, he has been in love with horror films so much so that he would often sneak...

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5 in Five Interview: Pat Mills

Pat Mills is one of the godfathers of British comics and has helped launch the careers of Alan Moore and Garth Ennis.  He has either created, had a hand in creating, or has been there for the birth of many of the staple characters of British comics, 2000 A.D., Judge Dredd and Flesh to name a few.  I recently got the chance to interview Pat Mills about his...

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5 in Five Interview: Mike Norton

Mike Norton is one if not the busiest artist in comics.  He’s been working in comics for over 10 years and has worked for Marvel, DC, DDP and IDW to name a few.  He’s worked with some of the top writers in the industry as well, Gail Simone, Greg Rucka and Mike Baron.  I recently got to talk to the Mike Norton about one of his most recent projects Battle Pug. ...

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5 in Five: Interview with Daniel Crosiers

I had the pleasure of both reviewing Daniel Crosier’s latest offering, Distortion Unlimited Issue 2, as well as interviewing him for the 5 in Five, five questions in five minutes.  First, a little about this Renaissance man. Daniel Crosier is the writer, penciler and colorist for Distortion Unlimited published by Bluewater.  Growing up in the sleepy farm town...

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