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Wendi drops by Four Star Studios to talk to the creative team of Dark Horse's "Ex-Sanguine"- Josh Emmons and Tim Seeley (Revival, Hack/Slash) about vampire/serial killer romance, the cost of reprinting comics, and what makes a bad movie earnest. 

Check out Tim's new Kickstarter here-

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Category:literature -- posted at: 10:58pm CDT

  • Nice video but you I cannot agree less. If I work hard to ctaere something am I simply expected to share it? If so please forward me your transfer numbers for your bank account. These laws are in place to protect those who work hard to ctaere them. If I know my hard work will simply be taken by others then I know I won't engage in it. Example I stopped having a vegetable garden as a ground hog ate everything before I could. There was nothing to stop him. Its a lot of work to maintain a garden without any benefit for me I stopped the work. Now neither of us eat from it. What you propose is noble but unrealistic, few are those that work for the betterment of the whole society solely. Never has there been a culture that does. Ultimately we need fences to protect what we work for. There was a time when the predominant culture discouraged profit from an individuals creation. It was called the Dark Ages.

    posted by: Odair on 2013-06-27 10:41:49

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