“Writer Josh Dysart was grabbed off the convention floor in Seattle to talk about his work with Mike Mignola in the early days of the Hellboy universe in BRPD: 1946. Plus, Dysart gives us a taste of what we can expect with the recently announced BPRD: 1947 from Dark Horse Comics. And what’s with that scary doll character?!”
Shortly after my return from Uganda I did this hour long interview about my trip, my other comics work (Conan, BPRD, Greendale) and a random discussion of the medium in general. The show COMIC BOOK GEEKS is pretty loose and ridiculous, but I always have fun on it and I’m pretty happy with the way it all came off.
Besides all of that you can see me in a full beard!!
Also available now is the episode of Comics on Comics I did several months back. Sporting a more lean and clean appearance, myself and several other panelists rap about comics (Brand New Day, Secret Invasion, Kick Ass) as well as BPRD. In the end they nail me on the Avril Lavigne thing. You’ll notice, if you watch the whole hour (and god, why would you), we get a lot more animated in the second half of the video cast. That’s after we’ve gone to the back and done some shots.
Anyone who has gotten drunk or high with me will notice I’m starting to do the gentle, constant head bob there at the end. That’s how you know I’m phasing between this dimension and my own.
You can download it for free from Itunes (go to “Comics on Comics”). My episode is called EPISODE 0 (zero).
The conclusion of this epic first adventure for the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense has dropped!
That’s right. we went there… cyborg outer space vampire nipples. See if that’s in Iron Man, bitch!
To everyone who has kept up with this series from the get go. Thank you so much. I had a wonderful time doing it. For more WWII pulp fun check out my CAPTAIN GRAVITY AND THE POWER OF THE VRIL! The only superhero book I’ve written to date. It’s a blast.
Based on the novel by Deepak Chopra, Writer: Joshua Dysart
Artist: Harshvardhan Kadam, Cover: Satish Tayade
Colors: S.M. Bhaskar/Venkat Vasa, Letters: Nilesh L. Kudale
Asst. Editor: Charlie Beckerman, Editor: Mariah Huehner/Gotham Chopra
“The dialogue and tone of the writing is respectful and contemporary. There should be no language problem here. Dysart takes the source material and uses it as a modern parable, even when he throws in the ancient parables of soothsayers.” – Broken Frontier
Previously, in Buddha #1…
A child is born into a world of suffering and war. His name… Keith Richards.
And #3 (my favorite script on the book so far) hits June 4!