A talk with writer of interest @klintfinley sparked this one; he’s researching the “Outlaw Comics” movement of the 1990s, an unruly, creative riot within comics history that stubbornly refuses to be swept under the rug – even as the illiterate imagine comics of the period consisted of nothing but image, Wizard and gimmick covers. If you’ve heard … Continue reading Giant Step: on Faust 2020, Raw Media Mags and Outlaw Comics
Appreciate all the interest, Faustians, in Quotes & Visions Underground, the exclusive (non) convention book! And while I do not have international shipping fully baked yet, I've seen a few requests from Portugal, England, Canada and other spots I'm determined to find a way to deliver to. If you're outside the USA, good for you … Continue reading Answer: International Shipping
Quotes & Visions Underground, the exclusive convention book produced just in time for this year of no conventions! Good news! Although I never found the online retail partner I was looking for to help me distribute this new, limited edition (Non) Con Art Book from the Faust: Love of the Damned creators, New York is … Continue reading Now Prepared to Fulfill Your Orders for Signed (Non) Convention Books!
Thanks to all of you sharing your interest in this new, limited edition (Non) Con Art Book from the Faust creators! As I mentioned on the Facebook Faust: Love of the Damned page yesterday we're working on a solution for shipping them safely and securely, faced with the strict lockdown conditions here in New York. … Continue reading Quick Peek While I Scramble…
Preview Art from Quotes & Visions: Underground (Rebel Studios, 2020) Since concluding Faust: Love of the Damned in 2013, the Rebel Studios creators never stopped working together on characters and stories; collaborations we’ve played with include: Marquis De Sade vs. monsters both human and inhuman A modern gothic centered around a creepy cult (Correction, we … Continue reading PREVIEW: That Time Rebel Studios Did a Con Book the Night Before All Cons Were Cancelled
And now, the conclusion of How to Tell Stories the Pixar Way via Faust! Emma Coats recently tweeted 22 pithy Rules of Story based on her experience as a Pixar storyboard artist. To internalize Pixar’s wisdom in a personal way, I’m reviewing Faust: Love of the Damned through Emma’s craft / point of view. #14: Why must you … Continue reading #FaustReturns vs. Pixar!
If you missed my opening salvo “How to Tell Stories the Pixar Way and #FaustReturns!,” please check this out. Emma Coats tweeted 22 pithy Rules of Story based on her experience in the Pixar storyboard trenches; to digest this, I’m taking on Faust: Love of the Damnedthrough Emma’s POV. #6: What is your character good at, comfortable with? … Continue reading More Pixar Faust Mash-Up
This month, How to Tell Stories the Pixar Way and, in case you missed it, #FaustReturns! Emma Coat’s recently tweeted 22 pithy Rules of Story informed by her experience in the Pixar storyboard trenches; it’s been making the rounds amongst those of us who craft corporate and/or creative fiction for a living. Because a writer can … Continue reading Around the Fire: Pixar’s 22 rules through Faust