You bet! We can also walk the walk. But that’s not what we’re talking about today. We’re talking “talk”... and not just talking to talk! Documentaries are famously known as "those talking head films”, which may sound dry, but it isn’t always a bad thing. Because this time, those talking heads are the comic creators we all know and love! I mean, who wouldn't want to listen to Denny O'Neil talk all day? Here's a phone book Denny, we're all ears! But getting back on track, we've
A month ago Keith, Jackie and Peter Bradley set out in a severe ice storm. Their destination: Red Bank, New Jersey. Sound familiar? Well to most comic book, movie and pop culture zealots it's known as the stomping grounds for the champion of all things geek and independent film success, Kevin Smith. It's also the town in which his venerable comic book store, Jay & Silent Bob's Secret Stash is located. You maybe know that place from the AMC television show, "Comic Book Men"
4th of July weekend brought us to Newtown, Connecticut and into the infamous Cave Comics to interview the man behind TerrifiCon, Mitch Hallock. Mitch is the CEO of Big Fedora Marketing and recently found a new home for TerrifiCon - Mohegan Sun Casino & Hotel in Uncasville, Connecticut! Mitch's knowledge of comic books is astounding and his infectious personality made him a no-brainer to include in the ensemble cast of the documentary. We also did a quick interview with Cave
While Charlton Comics: The Movie will be packed to the gills with artists, writers and editors that are industry legends, we also need to feature some commentary from other people who can pass along knowledge of the Derby, Connecticut publishing company. One of those such people are Professor William H. Foster, a comic book historian based in Middletown, Connecticut. Professor Foster was recently featured in the PBS marathon three-part documentary "Superheroes: A Never-Endin