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Isnana the Were-Spider Experiences Normal Life in New Comic Showtime

Is'nana the Were-Spider Experiences Normal Life in New Comic Showtime

Greg Anderson-Elysee's hit comic Is'nana the Were-Spider is back on Kickstarter with a new volume titled Showtime. The project is funded with eight days to go, though you can still reserve your own copy for the very reasonable price of $7 (digital) and $15 (physical) for the 64-page comic. The Kickstarter is also currently working […]

Chatting and Arting with Walter Ostlie

Chatting and Arting with Walter Ostlie

Walter Ostlie is a full-time comic creator, writer, and artist. He started teaching himself to write and draw in 2008 and had his first graphic novel, Cubicles, published in 2011 by Red5 Comics. After the success of Cubicles, Ostlie moved on to his sophomore project, Shiver Bureau, which raised over $13,000 on Kickstarter. Shiver Bureau […]

The Black Comics Community Takes On Viral Dont Rush Challenge

The Black Comics Community Takes On Viral Don't Rush Challenge

Over the past week, the phenomenon known as Black Twitter has once again seized upon the zeitgeist of the moment to deliver entertainment to people struggling with challenging times. This time, however, that spotlight shone specifically on members of the comic book community. According to Wikipedia: "Black Twitter is a cultural identity consisting of Black […]

Talking John Henry vs. Robots in Isnana the Were-Spider with Greg Anderson Elysée

Talking John Henry vs. Robots in Is'nana the Were-Spider with Greg Anderson Elysée

It's our favorite time of the year! No, we're not talking about the holidays, though those are pretty swell too. We're talking about the time of year when we get to chat with Greg Anderson Elysée about his latest Kickstarter for Is'nana the Were-Spider, the hit award-winning graphic novel series. Greg is back, along with Walter Ostlie, Lee […]

The Gentleman: Darkness of the Void &#8211 Pandering Horror to the Unrepresented

The Gentleman: Darkness of the Void – Pandering Horror to the Unrepresented

Greg Anderson Elysee, Glyph Award-winning creator of Is'nana the Were-Spider and writer of The Gentleman: Darkness of the Void (now on Kickstarter), writes for Bleeding Cool:A common trait in the horror genre is challenging societal norms Topics normally too taboo or controversial for other genres are brought to light in horror, either adding to the horrific[...]

Drawing on Haitian (and Black) Culture for Comics

Drawing on Haitian (and Black) Culture for Comics

Greg Anderson Elysee, creator of Is'nana the Were-Spider (Vol 2 now on Kickstarter), writes for Bleeding Cool...Being a comic book geek and coming from a Haitian background, it’s hard to find comic books with my cultural roots Haiti is a country with rich culture, from the food and plates filled with griot and mais moulin[...]