Hall H Show host Aaron Nabus talks to writer and comic book creator, Brian J. Lambert about his comic book, Nightfall. This episode is also available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Deezer, Amazon Music, and Spotify. The Hall H Show is hosted by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto and is the “Voice of Independent Creators.”
Hello fellow nerds, geeks and supporters of indie pop culture creators! Aaron Nabus here and thanks for listening to the Hall H Show!
On this episode, we welcome someone that we’ve gotten to know from Black Comix Day throughout the years, Brian J. Lambert from Wingless Entertainment!
He currently has a Kickstarter campaign going on until Friday, March 18, 2022 for his newest comic book, the finale for Nightfall – a crossover event of over 50 pages of superhero team action to rival what you can find from Marvel’s Avengers.
This was an engaging conversation between Brian and host, Aaron Nabus. They talk about his creative journey, Nightfall, comics, pop culture (even touching on Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, General Hospital, and WWF), writing and comic creating advice and so much more!
Welcome to the Hall H Show, Brian!
Thunder Round Questions:
- What’s the last song you sang in the shower?
- What’s one thing you hated as a child but love now as an adult?
- If a movie was made about your life, what kind of music would be on the soundtrack?
- What’s your kryptonite?
- There seems to be a massive disconnect when it comes to the “big two” (Marvel and DC) when looking at their box office revenue and the revenue from their respective comic books. What do you think could be done to better bridge the gap?
- What word would you use to describe yourself? What word do you think other people might use to describe you?
- If you could have a meal with anyone alive now or from history, who would it be with and where would you eat at?
- What’s something new that you recently learned?
- If you could teleport to anywhere in the world right now, where would you go? Why did you pick this place?
- What’s more important – originality or giving readers or an audience what they want?
- If you could tell your younger self (when you were a senior in high school) one thing, what would it be?
- If you could curate a list of five TV shows that would give a person an idea of who you are, which TV shows would they be?
- What book had a profound impact on you?
- What is the importance of ownership of your own properties and platforms, especially as a Black person.
- If you were at a comic convention, how would you describe Nightfall to the people walking by your table?
- How long have you been working on this story and was there a particular event that helped direct you to this particular story?
- For people jumping on board the Nightfall universe for the first time, could you please give a brief explanation to catch them up (but of course don’t give too much away of issue 5)?
- Could you tell us about a few of the main characters? Are they based on anyone you know personally?
- Were there any campaign challenges that you had difficulty resolving? If so, what were they and how did you overcome them?
- Who is on the creative team and how did you find them?
- Any details about the Kickstarter that you’d like to highlight?
What kind of challenges have you faced in creating your own media company and how were you able to overcome them?
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