On this week’s live show podcast, we’re welcoming guests Nandor Shaffer (“The Fabled Offering”) + Wells Thompson (“Depths”) + Jason Michael Primrose (“The Arrival”).
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Nandor Fox Shaffer Bio:
Nandor Fox Shaffer grew up with superheroes, Star Wars, movies, video games, music, and comic books coursing through his veins and spinning about in his imagination. Inspired by the likes of George Lucas, Jonathan Hickman, Steven Moffat, Ed Brubaker, Scott McCloud, and other talents, he couldn’t resist how powerful the art of storytelling could be. At the age of 26, he’s published five titles — Man-Child #1 and #2, SEASONS Volume 1: Spring, SEASONS Volume 2: Summer, and Lifeline — which won him the 2021 Indie Volt Comic Book Award for Best Writer and Best Comic. He lives in Missouri and plans to write and create for as long as he lives.
Wells Thompson Bio:
Wells Thompson is the co-author of the smash Kickstarter hit Frankenstein the Unconquered, MechaTon, and Descent into Dread, a horror anthology published by Caliber Comics, and a regular contributor to Comic Book Yeti, a comic book review site specializing in indie comics Kickstarter projects. He studied script and fiction writing at the University of Central Arkansas. He lives in Chicago, IL, where he waits tables and fosters several cats at a time. You can follow him on Twitter @WellsThomp or sign up for his newsletter Comics, Cats, and Cocktails.
Jason Michael Primrose Bio:
As seen in Forbes, VentureBeat, and DeCrypt, the thriving career of Jason Michael Primrose began with him serving as “the storyteller behind the curtain.” It has blossomed into him unveiling his own power as a creative force.
A BIPOC author, who also identifies as LGBTQIA+, Primrose recognizes Web3’s opportunity to provide equity and access for often overlooked artists of all disciplines from marginalized communities. Lost Children of Andromeda, his magnum opus, is a story expressed as art, music, and literature. It underscores how our untapped potential is, in fact, our greatest superpower.
His approach to building LCOA follows this principle… Illustrating to creatives the possibility in pursuit of what is seemingly “the impossible.” One can follow an untraditional artistic path, find innovative methods to grow community, and attain sustainable, possibly even scalable, success.
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