Sophia Murphy is the artist behind the cover of the Origins Anthology, and has created guest art for Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter, Act 1 (Kickstarting now!). We talked to Sophia about trans representation in media, why escapism through entertainment is essential, and her favorite horror films! … Continue readingAn Interview with Artist Sophia Murphy
Adam Rose is the writer of “Corollary,” a short comic in the Origins Anthology (Kickstarting now!). We talked with him writing comics and his inspirations. … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Adam Rose
Jayel Draco, the co-founder of Oneshi Press and the creator of “Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter,” got weird about his wild creation at the Mr. Guy website. There are a lot of butts in here for some reason. … Continue readingA Q&A with Jayel Draco—Barrels of Butts, Zombie Tropes, & Turtle Soup
“I’ve always believed little things matter, and if a story and/or artwork can lift someone’s spirits and bring them joy even just a little, or make them feel less alone, and inspire them, I think it can have a chain reaction that goes beyond what we can even begin to perceive.” — Shadowind … Continue readingAn Interview with OPCA #09 Cover Artist, Shadowind
“[I relate to] Wolverine. Not because I see myself as a mysterious, dangerous loner but because we are both short and hairy.” — James Wayne Johnson, writer of “Bloom Squad” … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer James Wayne Johnson
“Like the Dark Knight Detective, I too spend my nights patrolling the wretched underbelly of my cursed city, protecting innocents from criminals who would do them harm for nothing more than the sick joy it brings—I’m just kidding. The thought of leaving the house after the sun goes down makes my tum-tum hurt.” — Chris Lackie … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Chris Lackie
We spoke with Oneshi alum Charley Macorn about their upcoming standup comedy show in an empty theater at the Old Montana Prison: Jokes for Ghosts! … Continue readingOneshi Alum Charley Macorn on Jokes for Ghosts
We talked to legendary comics artist Vicente Alcázar about highlights of his long career in comics, eschatology, and his work on “Ziegler Box”—part of the Oneshi Press Comics Anthology. … Continue readingAn Interview with Legendary Comics Artist Vicente Alcazar
“Much like our world, Terra is a place where the wealthy and powerful act to further their own interests, and most ordinary people feel powerless to do anything but go along with it.”—Chris Covelli, “War & Horses” co-illustrator and Children of Gaia co-creator … Continue readingAn Interview with Children of Gaia Co-Illustrator, Chris Covelli!
Peter Lampasona is the author of “Children of Gaia: War and Horses” and “Carrying Iron.” We sat down with him to talk about his character the Triggerman, fight choreography, and why he’s a Hermione. … Continue readingAn Interview with “War & Horses” Author Peter Lampasona
In our 8th anthology, Kevin Sheely teamed up with writer Desiree King on “Finn: Guardian of the Five Gates.” We caught up with Kevin to chat about 80s horror, Batman, and more! … Continue readingAn Interview with “Finn” Co-Creator, Kevin Sheely!
“A Tale of Good Intentions” is a short comic written by Patricia Loupee and illustrated by Amy Hay. We talked to Patricia and Amy about this story, their character Nightmist, and their inspirations. … Continue readingAn Interview With “A Tale of Good Intentions” Creators Patricia Loupee and Amy Hay
“As a writer, I want to create an immersive story that readers can fall in love with and get lost in. Something that, for a little while, makes them forget whatever may be going on around them.”—Grivante, in the Oneshi Press Creator Interviews series … Continue readingAn Interview with Speculative Fiction & Comics Writer Grivante
“Gaining an understanding for people’s situations and motivations is all it really takes to sympathize. And we could all use some sympathy.”—Kyle Lawrence in the Oneshi Press Creator Interviews series … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Writer Kyle Lawrence