The Hall H Show podcast welcomes Greg Anderson Elysée and Marcel Dupree, to talk about their upcoming comic book, “The Gentleman,” which will be published by Evoluzione Publishing. This episode is also available on Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher and Spotify. The Hall H Show podcast is hosted by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto.
Hey there fellow nerds, geeks and supporters of independent creators!
Aaron Nabus here and on this episode of the Hall H Show, my co-host, Alex Benedicto and I are joined by two comic book creators, Greg Anderson Elysée and Marcel Dupree who have joined forces to create a horror noir comic book, entitled, “The Gentleman.”
Greg is the writer and creator of his own comic book, “Is’nana The Were-Spider,” which he talked about on episode 31 when we met him at Black Comix Day in February of 2018. He recently picked up three Glyph Awards for it…so a big congratulations to Greg!
Marcel is the Founder and Creative Director of Evoluzione Publishing and is building his own comic book empire, one Kickstarter campaign at a time…or rather two or three.
Speaking of Kickstarter, congratulations to the both of them as well as to the rest of the creative team of “The Gentleman” for successfully funding their Kickstarter for what looks to be an awesome comic book!
Although it was recently fully funded, their Kickstarter campaign doesn’t end until May 31, 2018, so please check it out and support them if you can.
On this conversation, our first Skype interview, since Greg lives in New York, we touch on diversity and comic books, Kickstarter tips and of course The Gentleman, which I can’t wait to read…enjoy!
“The Gentleman #1: Darkness of the Void”
Oliver Solomon, aka The Gentleman, finds his next case to be a tale of Lovecraftian horror. Check the Kickstarter for more info.
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