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QRD #48 - Indie/Mini Comic Creator Interview Series
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Indie/Mini Comic Creators:
Jeremy Johnson - Marked
PB Kain - Mumblypeg
Joe Badon - Behind Yesterday
Andrew White - Sexbuzz
R. J. Paré - Buddha Monkey
Shawn Harbin - The Dungeon
Colin Upton - Big Thing
Kevin LaPorte - Clown Town
Sara Lindo - Carl Finds Love
Joseph Morris - TORC Press
Stephen Hines - Crackerstacker
Steve Seck - Life is Good
Derek R Croston - Method Comix
M. L. Walker - Hero Corp.
Daniel Gracey - G2 Comics
Matthew D. Smith - Liberty City
Brian John Mitchell - Just A Man
Brandon Graham - King City
Gordon McAlpin - Multiplex
Ross Campbell - Hack/Slash
Alex Robinson - BoxOfficePoison
Nik Havert - Pickle Press
Kurt Dinse - One Year in Indiana
Nick Marino - Super Haters
Bob Corby - Oh, Comics! & Vugz
Eric Shonborne - Razorbaby
Melissa Spence Gardner - XO
Dave Sim - Cerebus
Mason Johnson - Zoir
Jason Young - VeggieDog Saturn
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Hey Kidz,

Welcome to the first installment of our mini & indie comic creator interview series.

If you have been reading the past few months, you know the drill, the same 33 questions with a couple dozen comic folks.  Most of them are associated with the SPACE (Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo) where I have been showing my mini comics the past couple of years.  A lot of different folks at different levels of fame & different goals, so I think even if you aren't into comics, you might find quite a few of these interesting.

Also I would like to mention that the indie side of comics (like music) is in shambles.  So if you like one of the interviews why not risk $10 buying a book?  While I'm asking you to spend money, QRD ads are super cheap & if you don't have anything to advertise, you can just donate money.

The cover art is a photo of a stack of comic spines reversed to a negative.

Thanks for reading QRD.  Please spread the word about what we do.

Brian John Mitchell