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Mother F**ker in a Cape - Mutiny Comics Podcast

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I'm talking with Jeff Campbell, a dope emcee and a playwright, who I met when I first moved from Atlanta to Denver at the age of 27. This man has a dope story of how hip-hop inspired him early on, and how he grew and changed as an artist. He ha
Today’s guest is Danette Hollowell, a dope jazz singer, who I met on the dancefloor years ago. Since then, I’ve seen her rule the stage with beautiful renditions of classic jazz songs. She’s a dope presence, and it was sincerely a pleasure to c
In this episode, recorded last year (a few months into the pandemic), I talk with the wonderful Nalo Hopkinson!  Nalo was one of the few authors who was hand-picked by Neil Gaiman to write new comic books in the world of Sandman, she’s a profes
"It's been a long time..." Been distracted by a worldwide pandemic, but I'm back! My guest is Francesca Sloane, a dope television writer, who worked on the most recent season of Fargo (w/Chris Rock), & the upcoming 3rd & 4th seasons of the TV s
Jenny Parks, illustrator & creator of the famous and funny Star Trek Cats books, talks about how she got started in art, how she found her way into selling her art at conventions, and how she eventually got her work published by Marvel Comics,
In this episode, I briefly interview 3 people creating art for Anguish Garden: Carl Carrell, who’s composing the musical score for the book, Kevin Caron, who’s doing all of the layouts, & Dailen Ogden, who doing all the pencil/ink work. Record
Another classic 2016 episode, with my guests, Kevin Caron & Jake Fairly. (Kevin is now doing work on my new graphic novel, Anguish Garden!) They talk about how they got into comics, why diverse viewpoints in comics are vital, and how they appro
Jan C. J. Jones, the author of "A Journey With Strange Bedfellows", discusses how her graphic novel began as an audio drama, her past as a scientist, and how she came to read comic books as a child. At the end of this interview, you'll hear a s
How's a comic book made, from start to finish? I interview the artists who are working with me on my new graphic novel, Anguish Garden. You can read a free preview here: https://imgur.com/a/3EGdlIB Kevin Caron (layout artist), Dailen Ogden (pen
Part 2 of this classic episode from 2017: my guests Melanie Gillman and Dylan Edwards discuss LGBTQIA issues in comics!
Happy New Year! Here’s a classic episode: one of the first podcasts I recorded, where I learned more about LGBTQ issues from some of my friends in comics, who are a part of that demographic.  My guests here are Melanie Gillman (an accomplished
I talk with two members of the comics collective, Kymera, about what's it's like to be part of a comics crew, and how that camaraderie pushes them creatively.
I spoke with horror comics creators Jolyon B. Yates (Tales From The Crypt, Bionic Woman), plus Alex Delia and David Espy (Eyesis The Untouchable), about what draws them to horror, what they think works in comics for horror, and how this genre
Comics creators Cori Redford and Neil Ewing discuss using comedy in comic books, and how they convey different styles of humor in their books!
Storyboard artist and comics illustrator Brian Essig-Peppard talks about his work storyboarding movies, commercials and music videos (including A Tribe Called Quest's final video). 
Comics creators Scorpio Steele and Daniel Crosier discuss using different styles of art in comics storytelling, and how these styles affect the emotion, pacing and feeling of a story!   Also, if you want to check out the Dr. Strange story t
Comics creator Shawn Gustafson discusses his World War 2 comic, The Specialists, and how it makes him reflect on issues we face in present-day! Plus, we got into his creative process, and what it takes to make war comics fun to read! This is a
Authors O'Brian Gunn and Cameron McVey discuss how comics and geek culture have influenced their novel writing, and how they translate themes from a largely visual medium into prose! You can buy Cameron's books here:  https://www.amazon.com/Ca
Author Ken Lizzi, who’s also an attorney for Dark Horse Comics, talks with me about how he got into writing, how he decided that he specifically wanted to be a lawyer for a comic book company, and also, he gives some important tips for new comi
Nic DuFort, an indie rep, discusses her work as a District Sales Manager for Penguin Random House, her work with various graphic novel properties, and how she found her way into the publishing industry! We also learn her roller derby alias! :)
Here's another classic episode being restored to the stream - another one of my first episodes ever. I talked with Pat, an attorney and comics fan, and Ted, a local comics publisher, about the business side of the comics world! The audio is a
Here's another classic episode being restored to the stream - one of my first episodes ever. I talked with 3 Asian-American comics creators who are constantly being mistaken for each other, even though they look nothing alike! The audio is a li
Comics writer Kelly Sue DeConnick ("Captain Marvel", "Bitch Planet", "Pretty Deadly") talks with me about the strategy of building a comics career, from creative marketing to correctly identifying your customer.   This is important, because, fo
Comics artist and therapist Jacenta Irlanda discusses how comics and art can be used as tools for therapy, how she incorporates these themes into her own art, and ways to promote healing for mental health struggles. She also has a dope podcast
Comics creators and musicians Aaron Howell and Jake Fairly discuss creating the official comic book for Aaron's band, MF Ruckus, and tell us how they ended up working on Billy Ray Cyrus' new video!  Jake's band's video (about literally eating w
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