Here’s my chat with Shane Heron about CAULDRON for Spring 2019. Podcast available on Apple Podcasts and player.FM
Shane is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist & painter. He’s the creator of Morris – a post-apocalyptic western comic book. Shane is also the writer and co-creator of Black Hole Hunters Club with Ricky Lima. I spoke with Shane last year at the launch event for CAULDRON.
During our conversation, Shane talked about his newest project CAULDRON Spring 2019. He discussed the success of the initial publication and gave a sneak peek into the the various creators who are joining this new offering.
You can find Shane on Instagram at Instagram.com/shaneheron/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/shaneheronart/
The Kickstarter project can be found at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2133781965/cauldron-magazine-spring-2019-issue
Here’s some of the current news about Canadian comic book creators and supporters.
Global News reported on an Okanagan comic book author who’s getting ready to publish the second offering in his series. Chris Morris, author of The Supers comic book, said: “I have a lot of artists. One of Indonesia, one artist from Mexico but a lot of my artists work in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Saskatoon who I have met over the years and now become friends with.” You can read more at GlobalNews.ca
The Nerdist published their list of 11 comics they can’t wait to read in 2019. Among the many are:
– Daredevil written by Chip Zdarsky
– When I Arrived At The Castle by Emily Carroll
– Female Furies written by Cecil Castellucci
You can read more at Nerdist.com
The GLAAD Media Awards published their list of nominees including a category for Outstanding Comic Book. Including on the list are:
– Bingo Love with art by Jenn St-Onge and Joy San
– Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles with art by Mike Feehan
You can read more at GLAAD.org
The Saskatoon Star Phoenix wrote an article about a good news story that we all wish could come true. Al Neumiller visited Lee Pearson of Bridge City Comics and Collectibles to sell his old comic books. Rather than throw away the old comics, Al asked Lee to check the value and to the surprise of both, the results were amazing. The highlights included Fantastic Four #5, Tales To Astonish #27 and Journey Into Mystery #73. Al explained his collection as: “Basically it was just a matter of being a kid and being interested in the different books — there are all kinds, even some western stuff and war stories in there — but a lot of them I don’t even remember,” he said. “I should have known (that they were worth something) but I totally forgot about them.”
You can read more at TheStarPhoenix.com
CBR.com interviewed Chip Zdarsky about his new run on Daredevil. Chip offered his take on his plans for Matt Murdock: “We’re going all in on what violence does to a person, to a world, and how Matt reconciles that with his beliefs. He’s incredibly complicated and I’m doing my best to do a deep dive into his psyche.” You can read more on CBR.com
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