Justin Piatt, along with co-creator and artist Zack Dolan, have created something truly extraordinary with their comic book, Super! They’ve managed to make the Superhero genre feel fresh again through both parody and homage to the super heroes we all grew up with. We were very fortunate to be able to pry Justin anyway from his tireless work on Super! to pick his brain about how Super! all came about and where it’s going.
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We ran into Mike Alcantara at Alamo City Comic Con and we were more than happy to do a follow up interview about his Comic Collage Art. Mike spends hours upon hours collecting, dissecting and giving new life to old comics with his amazing artwork!
In episode 63 of Straight Outta Austin! we had the pleasure of sitting down with the creative team behind Masters of the Obvious and The Latex Avenger, Dan Price and Bonn Adame! We gained some insight into the origins of Masters of the Obvious and Latex Avenger as well as how the duo first teamed up. They were just as lively as you would expect from people who write and draw a character who holds degrees in both Physics and Zumba. Enjoy the interview and definitely check out their work on Hound Comics.
We have a very special episode of Straight Outta Austin! for you this week. We’re joined by the creative minds behind Latex Avenger and Masters of the Obvious Dan Price and Bonn Adame! We talk about the origins of their web comic, Masters of the Obvious, which you can find on HoundComics.com, how they met and started working together, and we hear about the rubber clad warrior, Latex Avenger! Of course it wouldn’t be Straight Outta Austin! if we didn’t eventually spiral into ridiculousness. Enjoy this near 2-hour epic and be sure to stay tuned after the credits!
For those who aren’t familiar with “Munnys”, they’re a toy made by the company Kidrobot. Munnys are sold blank so they can be designed however the artist desires. They’re made of vinyl with movable joints and are available in several different variations. An artists who goes by the name of Avatar666 has created some truly awesome figures ranging from Street Fighter and Dragon Ball Z to Star Wars as well as his own original creations. Check ‘em out!
The Punching the Walls of Reality (PtWoR) crew sat down a few weeks ago and interviewed local Austin artist Mike Alcantara. He creates beautiful and unique Comic Collage Art. You can find his work at the following websites: etsy.com/shop/comiccollageart mikealcantara.deviantart.com facebook.com/comiccollageart You May Also Like: PtWoR invades Austin Comic Con! Back Issue Picks – Batwoman #1-3 Review Straight Outta Austin!: Episode 37 – TrollStronga> Save File Corrupted?!: Episode 4 – Dongle Combo