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 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 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!
“Say something that can be useful to people in their own life. Story and entertainment. Those are the things I look for in every story.”—Jan Velazquez … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Jan Velazquez
“Make a thing.
Finish your comic and put it out in the world.
You learn so much by just doing it, so go in ready, do your research and work hard.
And keep trying.”
—Tana Ford … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Creator Tana Ford
“Some soul in an often soulless world. It’s a lifeline out of the monotony of the struggle for money and things. It’s a gathering space for ideas and vitality.”—Tom Swift Bird … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Creator Tom Swift Bird