“[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
Writing comic panels is a finely tuned communication from a writer to an artist. Here are some tips on panel descriptions from writer Lynsey G and artist Jayel Draco. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: Panel Descriptions
The second post in the How to Write Comics series by Lynsey G covers The Big Stuff: Structuring your comic, breaking it into pages, and planning panel breakdowns on those pages. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: Planning Pages and Panels
As spring showers turn into spring flowers, the first volume of our sex-positive, sci-fi graphic novel, Tracy Queen, is buzzing! Check out these interviews and articles. … Continue readingThe Internet Is Abuzz About Tracy Queen!
If you’ve been wondering how the hell she got to be BFFs with a talking raccoon, why she spends so much on sex toys, how she decided to make an army of cyborg-clones, or…you know…any of that… Now’s your opportunity to find out! … Continue readingDon’t Miss Our LIVE “Tracy Queen” Q&A! (October 20)
“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
Brendan Rowe is a writer of comics, including two short comics in two issues of the Oneshi Press Anthology. Brendan’s talent for telling riveting stories that turn comic book tropes upside down and make readers question their assumptions impresses us, so we spoke to him about his heroes, inspirations, and ideas. … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Brendan Rowe
“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