Don’t get me wrong, I love super hero comics. But they’ve been around forever, and with that longevity comes a tie to the past that just can’t be ignored. No matter what anyone does with Superman or Hulk there’s always going to be someone complaining that a bit of the past is being ignored. Even if that piece of the past is deeply rooted in values and ideas that we don’t hold as a society anymore.
Which is one reason why I’m so excited to get to talk to Adam Gorham, artist for The Blue Flame, Vault’s first venture into superhero comics. Listen in as we talk starting a superhero universe and how even I have someone who wants me to draw. Time will tell if that opinion holds up.
This Episode is brought to you in part by Vault Comics since they are publishing the book and everything.
Learn such things as:
- How hard is it to work 5 issues ahead of what readers know about?
- Who might very well be the not so secret anymore weapon at Vault Comics?
- What’s it like knowing that you get to finish the story you set out to tell?
- And so much more!
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Intro/Outro Music by Best Day, who probably isn’t a superhero. But if he was I don’t think he’d tell you.