Mini-Episode 3: Interview with Mitch Gerads

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We are almost back with Season 2 of Critically Comics! To celebrate and prepare for the upcoming season, we have an interview with one of the Eisner award winning creators of our first book selection of our second second — Mitch Gerds artist of Mister Miracle! We talked to Mitch about his love of Wally West, his interpretation of Mister Miracle, his artistic process and his former glory days of staring in homemade Robin Hood films. Stick around to the end of the episode where we reveal the full line up of books we have in line for Season 2 and then return next month for our episode on Mister Miracle!

Mini-Episode 2: Interview with artist David Finch

by Steven Harris & Tara Lawson-Harris

Join us for our second mini-episode of the Critically Comics podcast! We had the opportunity to comic creator David Finch. Finch has been an instrumental part of several landmark comic book runs of the past twenty years. He has worked for both DC and Marvel providing art for books such as Batman, New Avengers, Moon Knight, Forever Evil and Wonder Woman. We talked to Finch about what it is like working for such a wide variety of writers, which of his work he’s most proud of, and what he would like to see go into the canon of all time great comic books and graphic novels.


Mini-Episode 1: Interview with Colorist Rico Renzi

by Steven Harris & Tara-Lawson Harris

Join us for our first episode of the Critically Comics podcast! This past weekend we had the opportunity to comic creator Rico Renzi. Renzi is best known for his work on Image Comics’s Loose Ends, Vertigo Comic’s Goddess Mode, and Marvel’s Spider-Gwen and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. We talk to Renzi about his process, what it means to include people of color in his work, how he felt seeing Spider-Gwen on screen, and what books he would include in the comic book / graphic novel canon.

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