was kind enough to take a few minutes to talk with me after we met at Comic Con this past summer. The resulting interview is now up at ComicHeroNews.com
. From the introduction:
While wandering San Diego Comic Con, I came across Brad’s booth for Evil Inc. and stopped to say hi. I’d only just started reading his comic. It was recommended to me by a friend and I saw that Brad was selling tradebacks of his strips so I bought one. Brad immediately did a fantastic sketch on the inside cover without me even asking. We got to talking and he was the friendliest person I’d met at the con so far – full of energy and eager to talk about anything, not just his work. Not only did I devour the TB when I got home, I passed it on to my friend who recommended the comic because, as it turns out, Brad’s books contain a ton of extra material. There are many volumes to the series and you can get yours without having to go to a con by visiting The Evil Inc. Store.
I can't emphasize enough how much I appreciate it when an Evil Inc
reader takes the time to introduce a friend to the comic. Little things like that often have tremendous ripples. In this case, the E.I. reader introduced a friend to the comic, and then that new reader was kind enough to post an interview with me. Which, of course, is a double ripple. And that, I think, means that I get two free throws from the foul line.
Nonetheless, it's a really cool thing, and I'd like to thank both Scott and his friend for their kindness. Turns out, Scott does an awesome super-hero webcomic,
Read the entire interview.