This week, I have a fun conversation with Gregg Taylor, the mastermind behind Mask of the Red Panda, a miniseries available at Monkeybraincomics. com! If you’ve discovered the audio adventures of this Canadian hero at decoderringtheatre.com, you know you’re in for a real treat! We discuss how the character and his supporting cast came to be as well as his successfully completed Kickstarter project taking the Red Panda to an full-cast audio comic venue. I apologize in advance that some of the interview is a little broken up due to Skype’s shenanigans, but I’m certain you’ll be able to understand and enjoy what Gregg has to say!
Everything wraps up with the latest “News & Previews!”
If you haven’t listened to the Red Panda Adventures, you are missing out on some great audio action stories. Greg Taylor is jumping media, and has brought the Red Panda to comic books. Monkeybrain Comics sent us a sneak peek of the second issue that arrives in digital format on March 27, 2013.
Sometimes one’s job requires sacrifice. Phoebe’s husband has made such a sacrifice in his life, and she’d like to do something about it. Can she bring peace to one of Love’s stewards? Charmed #4 from Zenescope Entertainment answers that question.
Come meet BOOM! Studios writer J. Barton Mitchell and artist Dean Kotz, of the horror/detective thriller POE, as they appear at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum for a one-day-only signing!
“We’re very pleased to host writer J. Barton Mitchell and artist Dean Kotz, creators of Boom! Studios’ exciting mini-series POE, one of the most insightful and interesting takes we’ve ever seen on one of Baltimore’s most famous residents. With Halloween fast approaching and with our city’s year-long celebration of POE, it’s the perfect time for our friends and patrons to come meet this talented team,” said Melissa Bowersox, Executive Vice-President of GEM.
Many know Edgar Allen Poe as not only the father of modern horror, but also the creator of the detective genre. But did you know he was a detective himself? Enter the world of POE and follow the famous author of darkness as he tracks a supernatural killer ravaging the streets of Baltimore!
Geppie’s Entertainment Museum
301 W. Camden Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 625-7060 www.geppismuseum.com
Saturday, October 17th, 2009 from 12pm – 4pm