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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Indie Spinner Rack Issue #101


As huge fans of Ted McKeever's work since he entered the comics world 20 years ago, we are honored to have him join us on our show! In this first part of our in-depth discussion we cover his early work: (the as-yet unfinished) Transit, Eddy Current, and Plastic Forks! From how he got into the field, the evolution of his style, and the the themes of religion in his work, to politics, lots of great behind-the scenes stories, and much more!


You can check out some recent Ted McKeever
news at his Luna 7 webpage.

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Big thanks once again to Salgood Sam for editing this episode!

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2 Comments:

Blogger jonathan said...

Ted McKeever is one of my all-time favorites as well. I even own an Eddy Current page.

Didn't know he was born in the Bronx. Me too!

Thanks for this interview guys. Excellent job!

Jonathan Baylis
www.sobuttons.com

11:00 PM

 
Blogger Biographics Comics said...

I remember reading Plastic Forks way back in high school. I think it was my first taste of indie/alternative comics...after MAD. It blew me away.

I'm a new listener, and have been poring through the ISR archives. Charlito and Mr. Phil, you guys are not only a wealth of information but are a great source of motivation as well! Listening to your podcasts while drawing really inspires me to keep at it.
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