Interviews 2

A special thanks to those who for whatever reason thought I was interesting enough to be interviewed…


Interview #7 by Clint Hall (December 6th, 2013)

Interview #6 by Diverse Pages (January 8th, 2013)


Interview #5 by Peter Gonzalez (Salinas Slugger Studios, October 25th, 2012)

Interview #4 by Melchizedek Todd (The God Scene, February 7th & 14th, 2012)

*It’s the first episode and I come on at the 33:50 mark


Interview #3 by Takeia Dunlop (Spray Paint & Ink Pens, November 15, 2011).

Interview #2 by Ken Raney (Clash Entertainment, October 22, 2011).

Interview #1 by Mark Turner (The Examiner, September 2, 2011)

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  • don ensign

    Just read your lately interview with a Christian Comics Creator. Here is an idea for a question you may want to use in the future. Christian faith is really about giving. I’d pose a question to some of your future (well maybe all) interviewees– are you willing to give help, constructive criticism, advise, encouragement to other Christian comics creators? It seems as if there are a zillion comics creators (including Christians) that want your input on their creative efforts but aren’t willing or interested or have even considered taking the time to help others. Anyway give it some thought— really Christian faith is more about giving than getting.If everyone was giving input we’ll be blessed so much more.

    • RsquaredComicz

      Hey Don,

      Good point. My sense is that man of the creators I know would be interested in doing so if there was a set structure (and in some cases maybe an incentive?) for doing so. I like how we do things with the A-O magazine (although I’ve been MIA the last two issues, I’ll be back for the next one). I think it would be cool to take some of what goes on in that magazine and apply it to a website, forum, or another online system where people can give feedback.

      And on a related note, I think creators should not only give others more feedback, but support and help promote others’ work as well.

      Thanks for taking time to read the interview and commenting!