In this episode, the Lady Geeks spoke with the creative team behind the webcomic, The Concrete World — writer, Gavin Hignight and artist, James Emmett. We talk about the force behind the comic and Gavin even drops some new news! Then we slowly started geeking out about horror, sci-fi, Doctor Who, X-Men and all sorts of things. Take a listen and then check out The Concrete World!
Meghan Ashley is the face of Mystique, a model, an actress and a … fire-breather! Listen to our talk with Meghan Ashley and her adventures following passion to Los Angeles, Batgirl Spoiled, going to conventions and performing with the Sideshow Sirens. This is a great episode and Meghan talks about how her art has carried her to amazing life experiences.
We chat with creators of the web comic, Los Animales, in this week’s episode. Liz O, writer and Jeaux J, artist tells the story of how the comic came to be and what their collaborative process is like. Find out the inspirations behind their characters. They also discuss the future of the series and all their exciting hopes and plans for the future. If you haven’t checked them out yet, go to www.animalsoundsrecords.com!
The Brands Boutique will have pop up shop at Anime Expo on June 29-July 2, 2012 selling merchandise from 10 different and local indie brands in California. One of them is Marlowe the Monster by my friend, Shing Yin Khor, which will be available at the shop this year.
How can you not love her work? These monsters are so adorable and she puts in a lot of work with all her individual pieces. They’re all handmade by her, baby, make no mistake. She not only sculpts them, she paints them and she publishes books and comics. Yes, she is one productive and busy lady — which is why I appreciate it when she takes time to eat ramen with me once in awhile!
Here’s an interview with Shing and her participation this year with Brands Boutique.