Evan partnered up with the Kubert Art School to interview with the amazingly talented Simone BianchiRead more
This is a month that should be filled with love and desire, and that translates to Ryan ReynoldsRead more
It’s the second half of the Wonder Women interview!Read more
Some extremely talented women talk to Evan about what they do.Read more
What is in that Flaming Barrel in the backyard?!?
Tony Ojeda is fast on the rise… A second year Kubert student that is doing what he has always dreamed about. listen to us as we talk toys, street art and that one person that helps us put all our dreams into play.Read more
I assure you, they can do much more than write or draw -insert famous super-hero name here
As a child, I never paid much attention to the creators’ names printed inside of the comics that I collected each week. I was more interested in the characters within the books than who was responsible for their plight (wait, those characters are fictional?). As an adult, I pay close attention to the writers and artists that work on the books that I’m reading and have come to appreciate the work put into each title.Read more
When it comes to comics, you should totally judge a book by its cover
We’ve all been told not to judge a book by a cover, and typically this is actually referring to people, and I have to agree with this idiom. But when it comes to books, especially comic books, judging by the cover is typically a large factor in the decision making. That’s like saying we shouldn’t judge a movie by its trailer, when in fact that is exactly what you should do.Read more
Dan Jurgens is the man
In our premiere episode, Evan travels far and wide to speak to Anthony Marques. They both share some similar interests, so we think Anthony likes Evan’s company. We think.Read more
A timeless classic is coming to a museum near you!
My (now) fiancé proposed to me in the Frick Collection in Manhattan during the exhibition: Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis. Specifically, he proposed in front of my favorite Vermeer: Girl with a Pearl Earring.Read more