Issue #29 > Igniting your creative super power: Ibrahim Moustafa on world building, comics production
Eva joins Ibrahim Moustafa to talk about comics, writing, art, world-building, and the creative process. They covered a lot of ground in this one, with topics ranging from creative control to diversity, and vegetarianism.
Erik Larsen sits down with Eva to talk about producing comics, art, and storytelling. It’s a really solid show.
Issue #27 > Letting inspiration strike: Kat Calamia on storytelling, instinct, marketing, and making comics
Kat sits down with Eva to talk about her new project, The Dancer (now on Kickstarter) and her perspectives on the world of writing, marketing, storytelling and so much more. It’s a fun and informative interview with one of the great minds in modern comics.
Kwanza sits down with Eva to talk about his critically acclaimed series Black, and his career in general. He provides insights about the creative works he loves and appreciates, as well as his early days in the industry.
Issue #25: Lucy Sullivan on art, intersectional feminism, zines, graphic novels and creative storytelling
Lucy Sullivan sits down with Eva to explore the medium of comics and storytelling, imparting her personal experiences as a fan, and talking about some of her unique challenges and accomplishments as a comics creator. They also talked about queer trans rights issues, particularly in the UK.
Issue #24: Diversity and Dracula, art, film, comics, writing and the creative process with Ricardo Delgado
Ricardo Delado is a legendary artist, having worked in both film and comics. He’s broken new ground on projects ranging from Star Trek to the Matrix. But his current project may be the most ambitious thing he’s ever attempted. Ricardo talks to Eva about Dracula of Transylvania, his career, and some of the unique challenges involved in creating diverse fiction in Victorian settings.
Issue 23: Producing comics in the 21st century, superhero storytelling, and loving the medium with Tom Peyer
Eva talks to comic book creator and editor Tom Peyer of Ahoy Comics. The discussion started by being about the creative process and then moved into a broader talk about the medium in general, and some of Tom’s experiences from his 30+ years in the field. Pretty good for someone who’s still remarkably in their 20’s.
Issue 22: Pioneering the digital landscape, font development, Astro City, and Elephantmen with John Roshell
Eva talks to legendary comic book letterer John Roshell. John has worked with DC and Marvel on comics in the past and was involved in defining the modern process for lettering in comics. John talks about how he got into lettering and the kind of tools he’s used over the years, including some discussion on Quark Express, Fontographer, Glyphs and Adobe products such as Illustrator. There’s some talk of great letters and techniques — and we learn what drives him creatively.
Issue #21: Underground Comics, children’s books, and writing from the human experience with Alex Schumacher
Talked to Alex Schumacher about his journey in comics, and the things that shape the way he sees comics, creativity, and the world. This interview runs pretty deep and explores syndicated comics, underground comics, the drive to create, politics, personal struggle, and living the creative life.