Chris Condon Interview Writer of That Texas Blood Image Comics Last week, the comic world got taken by storm as That Texas Blood #1 hit store shelves. I had the honor of covering the book for the site and after reading the first issue, I immediately took to social media in an effort to make sure as many of my readers as possible were sure to add it to their pull lists or to pick up a copy on...

  this interview was done in conjunction with CTG writer, Wes Greer Hi Rodney, and thanks for joining us here at Comics: The Gathering. We here at CTG have been thoroughly enjoying Killadelphia and are excited to get more understanding of the thought that went into writing it.   Where are you from and where do you currently live?   I’m from Annapolis, Maryland and I...

Interview With Artist Karl Mostert The Man Himself - Karl Mostert If you have read DCeased UNKILLABLES then the name Karl Mostert should ring a bell to you. Karl is the artist who brought all gruesome deaths to life. Based on the amazing work he did in this series; you may not be able to tell that he is a newcomer when it comes to doing art for DC. Karl actually did his first work for...

Hi Ollie, thanks for taking the time out to talk with Comics: The Gathering. The first issue of Old Haunts was incredible. So where did the inspiration for Old Haunts come from?   I can’t remember if there was an initial Old Haunts inspiration, any single thing that sparked the idea. Rob and I had been trying figure out something to co-write for a while and when we were discussing...

Hi Rob, thanks for taking time out to talk to Comics: The Gathering. I was blown away by the first issue of Old Haunts, the blending of different genres and settings which wouldn’t normally go together produced an incredibly stylish, cinematic comic. The first thing which struck me about Old Haunts is how it takes familiar stories and blends them in different ways to produce something...

Hi Laurence, Thanks for taking the time to talk to Comics: The Gathering. I was first introduced to your work in the pages of B.P.R.D. and have been a big fan ever since. I even have a couple of prints of your work. That’s great. Thank you.   Old Haunts is an incredibly stylised comic. The layout of the panels on the page comes across almost cinematic thanks to the use of wide, short...

Hi CP Smith, thanks for taking the time to talk to CTG about Archangel 8. The first thing that struck me when I opened the debut issue was what an incredible and unique look you’ve created for this comic. I love it. It’s raw and gritty, unique, and immediately made this comic stand out for all the right reasons. How much do you tailor your style to match the tone of the comic?  ...

Hi Michael, thanks for taking the time to talk to Comics: The Gathering about your new series from AWA, Archangel 8. Can I just take this opportunity to say how much I enjoyed reading the debut issue. It was one of the easiest 10/10's I've ever awarded. Archangel 8 is a five-part mini-series. Do you have any plans to return to either this character or world in the future? It feels like...

Hi Dillon, thanks for taking some time out to talk to us about Sweet Heart. I've been really enjoying the series and how it works as an analogy for chronic illness. There are some obvious parallels between the monsters in Sweet Heart and chronic illnesses. You suffer from type-1 diabetes. Does this form the basis for most of the characters emotions and behaviour? Does it make it easier or...

Comics: The Gathering recently got the opportunity to ask the legendary Si Spurrier a number of questions about his current run on Hellblazer, his new series Alienated, and writing for comics. Hi Simon. Thank you for taking the time out of your incredibly busy schedule to answer some questions for us. We’ll start off with an easy question, Si or Simon? Depending on the comics I’ve...

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