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INTERVIEW: Gregori and Sitterson talk THE WORST DUDES and making comics to hide from your loved ones

In March Dark Horse Comics announced The Worst Dudes, a brand-new five-issue sci-fi miniseries from the changed knowledge of scribe Aubrey Sitterson, artists Tony Gregori and Lovern Kindzierski, and letterer Taylor Esposito. Billed as a” entertaining, aggressively curious, and voluntarily ribald detective story ,” the sequence wizards a trio of really terrible people- a crooked […]

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Alan Trefler of Pega: First Customers in 1984 Still with Us Today Thanks to Lessons Learned Working in the Family Business

PegaWorld, the annual happening put on by Pega, a guiding client participation and process automation stage provider, will be taking place virtually on May 4th. And earlier the coming week my CRM Playaz co-host Paul Greenberg and I had the opportunity to hold a LinkedIn Live conversation with busines benefactor and CEO Alan Trefler to […]

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INTERVIEW: RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON cast on creating the world of Kumandra from home

It’s official, Raya and the Last Dragon is out! Get it fired up on your maneuvers, beings! The Beat attended the press conference for the film, where cast and architects has spoken about the process of drafting the tale. From cultivating from residence during the course of its pandemic to the character and world-building, to […]

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INTERVIEW: Tom Sniegoski on what sets YOUNG HELLBOY apart from old Hellboy

This week marks the release of the newest enter in the Hellboy Universe, Young Hellboy, from co-writers Mike Mignola and Tom Sniegoski, master Craig Rousseau, colorist Dave Stewart, and letterer Clem Robins. Young Hellboy — which is as it rackets Hellboy but young — has long been a sporadically-seen character, more one I’ve always personally […]

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INTERVIEW: Ann Nocenti and David Aja on THE SEEDS and freefalling into their wildest dreams

Two daunting careers. Two unique inventors. Ann Nocenti is aware she is the Lou Reed of Marvel Comics. I could go on at length about her etch out gap in mainstream comics for more nuanced characters, or how confronting the military-industrial composite in the floppies was a precursor to journalism and filmmaking. She’s an muse. […]

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Matt Chats: Ryan K. Lindsay on reviving the graphic novella

Graphic novellas are somewhat of a lost art in 2021. That’s a pity, because there are plenty of fibs that would be better served at the 40 -8 0 page assortment. Graphic novellas have more apartment to breathe than a comic book and more condensed than standard-length graphic novels. Luckily for anyone who misses graphic […]

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INTERVIEW: Eric Peterson & Joe Aubrey deliver SPACE BASTARDS with Darick Robertson

Space Bastards is a new sci-fi action series coming from Humanoids early next year. Co-created by artist Darick Robertson and novelists Eric Peterson& Joe Aubrey, the first arc of the sequence is illustrated by Robertson, with dye prowes by Diego Rodriguez. The sequence follows David S. Proton, a down-on-his-luck accountant who took part in the […]

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INTERVIEW: WARRIOR’s Perry Yung talks strict Asian fathers and growing up down the street from Bruce Lee’s studio

Here we are, on the eve of the Warrior season two finale. Despite its uncertain future, this Sophomore Season has shown that the Cinemax series can really dig in and explore its complex storylines, historic notes, and sizable cast of characters. The Beat spoke with actor Perry Yung, who play-acts Father Jun, about Warrior season […]