Dan Steadman’s Film “Proximity” Hits Wehrenberg Theaters.

Circling back from an interview in February of this year, Dan Steadman has completed his recent project entitled Proximity. This latest Steadman movie premiered in Jacksonville, IL earlier this year, which is the hometown for Proximity actor Jackie Manker. Currently, it is scheduled to play in several local Wehrenberg theaters in Greater St. Louis. We caught up with Steadman… Keep Reading


Pop Star Assassin Kickstarter

Pop Star Assassin Kickstarter I interviewed Ed Lavallee, a little over a year ago, for Comics Beat, about his unique take on an Elvis impersonator who has issues, or does he? I  recently ran into him again at Planet Comicon. He now has issue 2 of Pop Star Assassin out and he’s running a Kickstarter to… Keep Reading


A Profile on Ink and Drink Comics

Ink and Drink Comics started as a sketch meet up group in 2008 for a bunch of local comic book creators and artists that worked at the magazine/website Playback:STL. They would get together once a month on a Thursday to sketch, talk comics, and collaborate. Carlos Gabriel Ruiz pitched the idea of putting together an… Keep Reading


Artist Profile: Nathan Gooden

CME Comics new book Deadeye Begun in Blood hits stores Wednesday April 6th. Set in the American frontier Deadeye, a bounty hunter tracks those responsible for his nightmarish past. But as he hunts his own prey he finds something far worse. Like a Spaghetti Western this graphic novel vividly depicts the old west, its denizens… Keep Reading


I’m Sorry Baby. Let’s Dance!

As my friend Roxanne coined about the Dig in Deep album in general, Bonnie just has this way of alternating between making you want to dance your butt off and cry for a while. Dig in Deep is no exception to this successful formula. It’s been over 40 years since I first saw Bonnie Raitt… Keep Reading


Author Interview: Sezin Koehler

Crime Rave is a bombastic look into the world that Sezín Koehler created in American Monsters. A kind of fantasy world where Marilyn Monroe is a Goddess and horror, crime and action clash in a combustible mix of farcical fiction which hits hard and resonates. The GR1ND sat down with author Sezín Koehler for a… Keep Reading


Getting Weird with DISKORDIA creator Rivenis

Barbados comic creator Rivenis is making waves around the world with his dark fantasy comic, Diskordia. In the book, Rivenis channels Lovecraft and Leary to conjure a surreal world painted in electric Kool-Aid. The cast of characters is colorful as a social misfit named Jackal Black is lead through a dreamscape by his personal guide and bodyguard,… Keep Reading


Midwest Filmmaker Profile: Doveed Linder

Midwest Filmmaker Profile: Doveed Linder by Scott Michael Dunn @scottmdunn Another contributor to local filmmaking in Greater St. Louis is Doveed Linder. He has marketable success, with an earlier project that was sold to a notable Hollywood studio. Linder has another feature film (anthology) in motion and it is very close to completion. He has never… Keep Reading


Midwest Filmmaker Profile: Dan Steadman

Midwest Filmmaker Profile: Dan Steadman by Scott Michael Dunn @scottmdunn Dan Steadman: shaking up the community with his focus to develop, drive, and promote talent in the Midwest. Hollywood certainly gets most of the credit when it comes to filmmaking, with New York following close behind and Atlanta determined to catch up. But Steadman fully believes… Keep Reading


The Birdlander

Aaron Walther is all about comics. If he’s not writing one of the numerous comics he publishes than he is hosting his Comic DNA podcast. He is big on the local scene and big on helping out his fellow indie creators. Aaron has a brand-new comic out too. Its called The Birdlander and we had… Keep Reading

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