From Lights Go Out Zine Hey Eric, thanks for taking time out to chat to us. Can you tell us a bit about your work on Blister please? Sure, thanks for making time for me. Blister is a project that spans a few mediums. There’s the prose book, some actual music, and some short comics.
This article by Eric J Cockrell was featured on Bleeding Cool. The biggest allure of crowdfunding to me, was the idea that people who love comics (or maybe they just love me) are making it possible for me to make something I love, with people that I love. That’s a powerful thought to me.
From Syndicated Zine Reviews Saturday, August 20, 2016 Rejected Hammer Thesis #3 Rejected Hammer Thesis #3 28 pages, digest, full color $3 delivered This is the brain child of Eric Myers, who does most, (probably all,) of the art. A number of people contribute to the story lines. It’s much too imaginative to simply call
From Trendkillingmusic Ever wondered how a touring punk band of 2 people is like? Blister is a beautiful memoir about two punkrockfriends , sometimes not so good friends , who are trying to make it in the big punkmusic buisness. With hopes held high , and a muscal talent only us regular people can dream
from Near Death Norwich Zine! Tell us a little about yourself! Sure. I’m a writer/illustrator from a town just south of Chicago. I’ve been putting out comic books under the Studio Erbo label for some years now, and am finally releasing my first prose novel, Blister. What are the creative origins of “Blister”? I worked
from Bookscomingsoon.com Interview with Eric J Cockrell So tell me a little about Blister, if you would. Absolutely. Blister: A Punk Rock Memoir is the story of a couple kids in a punk band, named Blister and Harvey. The story spans a few years and is told as a number of compartmentalized short stories. That’s
from IndieComix.net As hard as it may be to believe, not all super heroes are dark, grim, gritty, and depressed. There are actually a few heroes who love what they do. They love the costumes, the powers and the defending of truth and justice. “Defective Comics” reminds us that there is more than one way
What do you have coming out in 2009 either in print or online? In February 2009 I released Adhesive Man #1 through Imaginary Comics (imaginarycomicsonline.com). Adhesive Man is a quarterly series that follows the hero through his crimefighting adventures. Adhesive Man is part superhero parody, but in many ways is also a tribute to the