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Do you love the webcomics that make you smile with every panel? I have become quite hooked to Alex Braile’s You’ve Got Braile Instagram-based webcomic that highlights the whimsical and charming moments found in everyday life. Keep reading to learn about the man behind the lines, Alex Braile.

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JL8 Image Created by Yale Stewart

JL8 Image Created by Yale Stewart

We have mentioned the ever-popular JL8 on a number of occasions here at Game&Comic, and at Boston Comic Con 2014, we had the fortunate opportunity of chatting with the man behind the web comic: Yale Stewart.

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Wendee Lee (left) with Ian Gaudreau (right)

Wendee Lee (left) with Ian Gaudreau (right)

At Anime Boston 2014, we had the honor of meeting and attending a panel with Wendee Lee. Wendee Lee holds the record for voicing the most animated characters as an English actor. She is most notorious for her role of Faye in Cowboy Bebop, a paramount anime of our generation:

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Josh Grelle (left) and Matthew Mercer (right)

Josh Grelle (left) & Matthew Mercer (right)

To continue the recap of Game&Comic’s Anime Boston 2014 panel interviews, next up are some words from Josh Grelle and Matthew Mercer.  Josh Grelle is most known for his work as Armin (Attack on Titan), Kuranosuke (Princess Jellyfish), and Kyohei (Wallflower) and Matthew Mercer is most known for his work as Levi (Attack on Titan), Tygra (Thundercats), and Leon Kennedy (Resident Evil video game).

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Mike McFarland

Mike McFarland

We had the absolute pleasure of meeting Mike McFarland at Anime Boston 2014!  McFarland is most known for his work on Fullmetal Alchemist, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, One Piece, and his current work as Director and voice of Jean Kirstein in Attack on Titan.

Keep reading to learn more about the McFarlands work as both director and voice actor:

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We recently had the opportunity to interview the team behind Comic Who (www.ComicWho.com), a Doctor Who-based webcomic!  Marco Castiello (writer) and Elisa Moriconi (artist) are the duo behind the chibi-style comic strips. Comic Who has quickly become one of our favorite webcomics, mostly due to the general charm and clever Doctor Who humor that Whovians know and love.  Castiello and Moriconi have recently launched a redesigned website, so be sure to take a look!  This creative duo has created a truly lovely webcomic, and it was an absolute pleasure having the opportunity to interview them.
Cover Art for Image's Mara #1

Cover Art for Image’s Mara #1

We wanted to quickly spotlight an Image Comics mini-series, Mara.  We had the opportunity at Boston Comic Con to ask Artist, Ming Doyle, a few questions about the series:

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