We got a chance to speak to Kupperberg about the early start to his career writing novels for Marvel and his two unhinged crime fighting characters, Vigilante and Peacemaker, at this year’s Terrificon.
Filling up the convention space at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, the show ran for three days spanning July 30th through August 1st, 2021.
We had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Brereton to gain more insight on his upcoming book and portfolio, his artistic process, and what he’s been up to since our last, pre-pandemic discussion.
Conskipper may be brand new, but our journalists have been covering the world of pop culture conventions for years. The following interview was originally conducted
We had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Brereton on the first day of Terrificon to discuss the world of horror which has greatly influenced his work, and his own artistic process.
Most horror fans of the 1970s fondly recall Marvel’s black and white magazine sized comic books, and for many of those that grew up in that era, they often served as an introduction to the horror genre and Marvel’s versions of classic monsters like Dracula and Frankenstein as well as some of their own such as Man-Thing and The Zombie: Simon Garth.