From WIRED: "After watching this clip we wanted to file this under 'Greatest Movie Ever Made' even though it’s probably a little too soon to make that call. That said, we’ve got a feeling, deep in our bones, that this movie will be spectacular. George Miller looks like he’s out for bloody vengeance, seeking to rain down hate on anyone who’s dared make an 'action' movie since he left the post-apocalypse behind."
I originally found this trailer on Big Fanboy. DC always does an amazing job with their animated films (New Frontier, Wonder Woman, All-Star Superman, Batman: Year One). I'm looking forward to their treatment of Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns.
Awhile ago, my friend Kyle Kondas and I met at Uptown Bar to discuss my work in comics. It's part of his SPIRITS video series (click here for more details).
There was a frame/rate issue. The audio is slightly off in a few areas, but all in all, a good interview. I talk a lot and drink my beer.
UPDATE: The audio has been corrected!
After only a day, I'm already at the half-way point for my goal on Kickstarter (click here for my project page). I'm trying to raise money to cover the printing and shipping costs for ONE NIGHT STAND. Here's the promotional video I put together...
It'd be great if we can meet our goal. However, at this point, I'm kinda hoping we can raise beyond the $500 goal, which would allow us to do even more with the mini-comic. All support is greatly appreciated. (click here for more details and updates)
Scott Kurtz posted this video, and I wanted to pass it along. "A must watch for anyone who struggles with being creative on a regular basis." A few months ago, April and I saw Elizabeth Gilbert as part of the Arts & Letters Live program hosted by the Dallas Museum of Art. She is a true inspiration and a teacher to this generation of writers and artists.
I watched the video last night, and the timing couldn't have been better.