A big thank you to Jay Brown of Comic Sleuth for reviewing the 512th Day of Christmas calling it a“fresh, original and humorous from a small team of talented creators” https://comicsleuth.com/2016/12/13/the-512th-day-of-christmas-review/
Erik Cheski of Fanbase Press was nice enough to give us a review of the 512th Day of Christmas. http://fanbasepress.com/index.php/press/reviews/item/7238-the-512th-day-of-christmas-comic-book-review
I was the featured guest of the Crowdfinders podcast this month. It was great to talk to one of my favorite pod casters about the world of indie comics.
When I used to edit part time for Fanboys Anonymous, I used to really love Sean’s writing and his reviews. He was the first person I asked to review our first book and he took us up on the offer.
Comics Reading Comics
Comics Reading Comics is a hilarious podcast where Improv comedians read a comic book every episode. We describe each panel, and do voices for every character. It is a completely auditory experience that appeals to old comic books fans and even those who have never picked up a comic.
We were incredibly lucky to have them read The Man Who Has Everything and Run For Your Life.
If you haven’t heard of John Orlando, he’s a local here in Columbus, OH that focuses on the world of the indie. He’s bright and just a hell of a nice guy. He also interviews a lot of other local indie comic creators as well as independent wrestlers. He was nice to invite me on.
Corey White and I have been friends for a long time. He’s developed an incredibly fun RPG game that you may enjoy. We wanted to give his site a shout out and hope you try your hand at the Mage: the Ascension. And his friends run a site for lockpicking here: http://picklocks.com/