It’s great to discover a high-power storyteller when you go to a comic convention, and one of the most recent “finds” for me has been Chris Charlton, scripter of many wonderful tales including Black of Heart, Binary Gray, The Dolls, and Open Tree, just to name a few!
Megan Kearney is a Toronto-based cartoonist. Megan’s work has appeared in publications from Dark Horse, Bedside Press, Fairylogue Press and in various anthologies. She currently manages Comic Book Embassy, a cheerful co-work studio based in Toronto’s Chinatown, and writes for Disney Princess. Kearney contributed to Beside Press’ (Fashion in Action, Window Horses), The Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology and recently juggled writing and art duties for their Comixology Originals series: Hit Reblog: Comics That Caught Fire. Hit Reblog showcases the viral sensations of the webcomics world and the true stories behind their creators. Follow the ups and downs of internet fame, from IP theft to book deals, and all the trials of becoming…
Welcome to Inside Astro City, a column focusing on the Vertigo Comics series Astro City from Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross! Each month, we take a look at the current issue of the series, and ask series writer Kurt Busiek questions about the book. This time out, it’s the final monthly issue… It’s Inside Astro City #52!
irst up is the return of Richard Rivera, creator of Stabbity Bunny, who has new issues coming soon! Then everything wraps up with Sylvester Edmonds, who brought together his Indie series Realm of Spirits: Birth of a Living Storm.
Last year our own Ashley Victoria Robinson was fortunate enough to visit the set of The Mortal Engines and interview many of the creative forces behind this major motion pictures – including Leila George. George is an actor known for playing Leah Lewisohn in Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? She plays Katherine Valentine in Mortal Engines.
Last year our own Ashley Victoria Robinson was fortunate enough to visit the set of The Mortal Engines and interview many of the creative forces behind this major motion pictures – including Ronan Raftery. Raftery is an English actor known for playing Langdon Shaw in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. He plays Bevis Pod in Mortal Engines.