The Hall H Show podcast talked with comic book creator Travis Rivas (Unstoppable Cherub, Accidental Aliens and Super-Abled Comics). This episode is also available on Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher, iHeart Radio and Spotify. The Hall H Show podcast is hosted by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto.
Hey there Hall H Show listeners!
Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto from the Hall H Show welcomes comic book writer (Unstoppable Cherub), editor of the Super-Abled Comics anthology and disability advocate, Travis Rivas to the podcast!
Travis was just on episode 60 where he was joined by a few of the Accidental Aliens, to promote their 2019 anthology – which was successfully funded on Kickstarter!
He is back to talk about a project (Super-Abled Comics anthology) that is near and dear to his heart since he was born with TAR syndrome (thrombocytopenia with absent radius), a rare genetic disorder that is characterized by the absence of the radius bone in the forearm.
While they have also been successfully funded on Kickstarter, please check it out and support their stretch goals:
Thanks for coming on the show and sharing your story, Travis!
About Super-Abled Comics
“A comic anthology about superheroes with disabilities, from creators with disabilities.”
Super-Abled Comics is a comic book anthology about superheroes with disabilities, by creators with disabilities, for readers with disabilities, and for anyone else who loves fun, action-packed, superhero comic books.
The Chimpanchines is written by Travis Rivas, drawn by Mauricio Campetella, and colored by Jasen Smith.
One Armed Wonder
One Armed Wonder is drawn and co-written by Brian Marquez, co-written by Kenneth Barr with art assistance by Brady Ann Parham.
Light Dancing in Darkness
Light Dancing in Darkness in written by Sarah Tuberty, drawn by Mauricio Campetella, with colors by Caroline Nolasc.
Rebuilt is written by Trace Wilson with art by Sarah Fletche.
Cobalt is written by Jake Adams with art by Jacob Newell.
The Adventures of the One Arm Wondermom
The Adventures of the One Arm Wondermom is written by Kim Stumbo with art by Willie Wofford.
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Thank again for tuning into the Hall H Show podcast, where we love showcasing independent creators like Travis Rivas. We believe that representation matters so please check out the Super-Abled Comics Kickstarter that features disabled superheroes created by disabled creators.
Special shout out to Beau Machado for letting us record at the Altered Ego Cafe and Hideout inside SoCal Comics.
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Peace, cheers and please make it a point to visit artist alley and small press at all the comic conventions you plan on going to this year.