In Conversation With Richard Pace About ‘Second Coming – Only Begotten Son’
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Here’s my chat with Richard Pace about Second Coming – Only Begotten Son. The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. And the podcast is also available on YouTube Richard is a comic book writer, artist, inker, and colourist whose work has spanned Marvel, DC, Image, and more. In addition to being the cover artist on Imaginary Fiends, his art credits include Doctor Strange, Spike, Heavy Metal, The New Warriors, Pitt, and X-Men and more. After completing the first arc of Second Coming for Ahoy Comics, Richard chats about the current storyline Second Coming: Only Begotten Son. You can discover more about Richard on Twitter at @RPace and on Instagram at @Richard_Pace +++++++ Please subscribe to and like this podcast on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Please check out the TrueNorthCountryComics.com website. True North Country Comics is now on YouTube. Please like and subscribe to the video channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmUwqfFaLkinmlpojYWwLw Follow along on Twitter @TrueNorthComics Please send your feedback to John@TrueNorthCountryComics.com True North Country Comics Podcast is Copyright True North Country Comics. Copyright 2021.
#22 Second Coming with Mark Russell and Richard Pace
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In this episode, James and Sean interview Mark Russell and Richard Pace, the creators of "Second Coming" from Ahoy Comics. We talk about how the comic came about, the story elements, religion and culture, and its controversy with DC Comics. LINKS!Second Coming Comic: https://comicsahoy.com/series/second-comingMark Russell's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManrussRichard Pace's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richard_pace
Richard Pace is a long-time veteran of the comic book industry, having either been written or drawn for every major comic company in the industry. Career highlights include his mainstream comics art debut on Terror Inc. for Marvel, writing Pitt Crew and the last few issues of Dale Keown's Pitt and co-writing Batman: The Doom that Came to Gotham with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. He also had the honour of bringing the legendary Alan Moore's songs to life as one of the artists on Alan Moore's Songbook. More recently, he's the well-known cover artist for the DC/Vertigo series Imaginary Fiends and with soon be launching an ongoing series on which he takes care of the art duties called, Second Coming featuring a story where Jesus rooms with a Superman archetype. The series is to be released on July 10, 2019, by Ahoy Comics. In an exclusive interview with Speech Bubble, Richard explains why Second Coming was canceled by DC/Vertigo and picked up by Ahoy. He also reveals how he avoided the slush pile at Marvel Comics and why he became a primary target of the alt-right Comicsgate movement. This episode is sponsored by Hairy Tarantula. Richard's Instagram @rpace Original art from Richard Second Coming Comes to Ahoy Comics Imaginary Fiends Batman: The Doom that Came to Gotham Sponsor Hairy Tarantula
In this episode, Wendi has a very candid and outspoken conversation with the "Viceroy of Canadian Comics", Richard Pace. He and writer Mark Russell are the co-creators of "Second Coming", a political satire comic about Jesus Christ living with a superhero. Originally to be released through DC's Vertigo imprint, it was dropped and will now be put out by Ahoy Comics. Pace discusses the outrage surrounding the book, working on "Pitt" and being part of the 90s Image era, a different insight of the speculator market of the time and what is wrong with the "Game of Thrones" fandom. Don't forget you can buy some super cool "Double Page Spread" merch with the Lil Cappy or Lil Dreddy logos at www.doublepagespread.threadless.com Brought to you by www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com where you can dabble in their new beard oils based on "Hellboy"! As well as www.dcbservice.com, where you can find many of the Marvel and DC books as well as support indie creators all at deep discounts.
We speak with Richard Pace, who discusses fandom, Stan Lee, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and why he draws art for games, TV, film and books.Every child is an artist until he’s told he’s not an artist. Either I was never told the second part or I’m just a bad listener. I’ve drawn art for games, TV, film production, books, and advertising as well as taught drawing at both colleges and online, but the happiest creative spot for me has been comics. View Richard’s’s Whirple Profile