"I'm a comic book writer visiting Easton from Denver. I've been into comics since I was five when my father bought me a comic because he wanted me to read; he's a journalist. It was The Flash. It was the one where Barry Allen was on trial for murdering Reverse Flash. (Laughs) That's some super geeky shit! It's interesting because The Flash wasn't popular when I was a kid, and now it is. Like, I would go to comic conventions when I was a kid, and I'd be not only the only kid, but the only black person. There were only about two or three hundred people there, and now, there are like 100,000 will go. Denver Comic Con was 120,000 last year."
"So what made you decide to write comic books?"
"I started a couple of years ago. I write one called The Burning Metronome and it's pretty cool. I just decided I wanted to try it."
You can check out his comics at www.theburningmetronome.com.
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