| Hans Vogel is Dead by Sierra Barnes | Hans Vogel is a German fighter pilot and card-carrying Party member in World War II–at least, until he’s shot down and killed in the Battle of Britain. He finds himself transported by a Valkyrie not to Valhalla, but to the world of the Brothers Grimm fairy tales, where he learns that the evils of fascism have corrupted the stories and brought the world under the heel of the evil Erlking. Along with a girl cursed to look like a fox, a boxing champion princess, and a cursed fey knight, he must undo the evils caused by fascism, learn to accept responsibility for the things he did in his life, and overthrow the Erlking and his evil henchmen once and for all!
| Whispers of the Past by Crona J | When a foreigner with amnesia washes up on the shore, a young woman decides to help him solve the mystery of his dreams, only to realize that his nightmares are coming to confront him.
| Threads: Secret Places by The SpiderForest Webcomic Collective | There are 17 original short comics which span the genres of fantasy, sci-fi, realism, and memoir, all revolving around the idea that wonderous things lurk in hidden places. From abandoned planets to fairies in the broom closet, melancholy dreams of missing family to lovers’ hideaways, unexpected surprises of all kinds await in these pages!
If you’re a creator who wants to know when your interview will be posted, please check this handy schedule! This week’s comics will be JOE IS DEAD and Extraordinary Times: A COVID-19 Visual Journal!
As you may have noticed, the amount of scheduled interviews are rapidly dwindling down. That means I’ll be opening up submissions for new features starting in the beginning of November. If you’re a creator who’s looking to be featured, I strongly advise you to sign up for the Ink, Sweat and Tears mailing list in order to be notified once applications go live.
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Also, shout out to ShadowBestie for helping me edit/format these interviews!