The Hall H Show podcast talked to a few of the Accidental Aliens (Scott Lost, Travis Rivas, Emily Rocha, and Rodney Anderson), about their Kickstarter Campaign for their 2018 comic anthology. 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, comic book fans and supporters of independent creators! Thanks for tuning into the Hall H Show podcast!
On this episode, we welcome the out of this world crew of independent creators, the Accidental Aliens!
A few of the Aliens, Scott Lost, Travis Rivas, Emily Rocha and Rodney Anderson, talk about their Kickstarter for their Accidental Aliens 2018 comic anthology (shout out to the other creators that contributed to this year’s anthology; Andrea Dukleth, Drah Hard, Tristan Whitehouse, and Dylan Gray).
We also touch on their origin stories, where the name “Accidental Aliens” actually came from and the challenges of balancing a regular job with the hustle of being an independent comic book creator.
At the time of the recording of this podcast, their Kickstarter was fully funded…so congratulations a huge high five to them! But please consider supporting them because while their printing costs are covered, by fully funding their stretch goals, they will have additional resources to appear at conventions.
Please enjoy our conversation with the Accidental Aliens!
Kickstarter link (ends on April 1, 2018).
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Thanks again for listening to this episode!
Putting the spotlight on independent creators such as the Accidental Aliens and doing as much as we can to help them succeed is important to us…so please make sure to check out the Accidental Aliens Kickstarter campaign.
You have until April 1, 2018 to help make sure they have the resources needed to maximize the promotion of their anthology at comic conventions this year!
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Peace…cheers…and make sure you go to artist alley at all the convention you go to this year!