In which, Andrew and Tracy have a conversation with David Gallaher, Harvey nominee and the writer on Green Lantern Convergence, as well as Papercutz comic The Only Living Boy. An avid comic fan since nearly infancy, Gallaher uses his storytelling skills as a role playing GM as well as a writer. Also in this episode, Andrew gets a comprehensive synopsis of the Convergence concept from Gallaher, and Tracy overuses the word “brilliant.”
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In which, Mike Kennedy rejoins the Therefore I Geek crew to talk about some exciting news from Magnetic Press. We discuss the new subscription service that they offer, a new, digital first book, and the book Tracy has been drooling over for months. There were some pretty serious technical difficulties during this episode, due to the fickle nature of Skype, but the content was interesting and important, and we wanted to go ahead and share it with you guys.
In which, Andrew, Tracy, and Kurt are joined by PJ Haarsma, an executive producer of the new hit web series Con Man. PJ gives us the inside scoop on behind the scenes thoughts on fan generosity, scrambling to fix casting problems, and working around a five hour time difference with his leading man. He also gives the origin story of his fabulous hair and reveals that there are FOUR planned seasons of Con Man that he and Alan Tudyk would like to produce and release!
Here is a wonderful artist, Zachary Pryor, that we have had the opportunity to talk with recently. In addition to taking some of his valuable time for the Q&A, Zachary has graciously offered up some of his art as a prize in our latest giveaway. You can find details at the end of the interview.
Therefore I Geek: Tell us a little about yourself.
Zachary Pryor: I started drawing at 4 or 5 and knew right away that it was all I wanted to do with my life. I discovered comic books at 8 and quickly worked that into my style.