Max Brooks, son of movie legend Mel Brooks, is the author of the book World War Z (which became a Brad Pitt movie) and is the mind behind an original horror series of comic books and a new subgenre of fiction: zombies vs. vampires with The Extinction Parade. He spends a few minutes talking with our Jim Nolan about this latest foray into sci-fi.
The 2014 Cincinnati Comicon returns to The Northern Kentucky Convention Center for another weekend of creative craziness.
Many amazing guests will be in attendance, including artists and creators from the world of comic books, graphic novels and illustration. Some featured guests include Kelley Jones [Batman, Sandman], Hilary Barta [Spongebob, The Simpsons], Tony Millionaire [Maakies, Sock Monkey, God Hates Cartoons], Ryan Stegman [Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four] and Tony Moore [The Walking Dead].
Comic book artist Tony Moore, one of the originators of the Walking Dead graphic novel series, sits down with Jim Nolan to discuss his work as well as the upcoming Cincinnati Comic Expo on September 22-23.