New York Comic Con is always an adventure. Across four full days, the con attracts some of the biggest fans, the biggest costumes, and the biggest names in the comic industry. While signing events and panels are a great way to see some of these celebrities, Artist Alley is the only place at New York Comic Con where you have the chance to talk one-on-one with your favorite writers and artists. You might even be able to commission your own personal art from your favorite artist.One of the incredibly talented professionals in New York Comic Con’s Artist Alley in 2016 was Brian Buccellato. He’s been in the industry for years, having started as a colorist. Nowadays, he is more known for his writing. With several major DC titles under his belt, like DETECTIVE COMICS and THE FLASH, Brian is no stranger to high-profile writing.READ: Check out our interview with the creative team of CANNIBAL!That said, some of his most interesting writing is from Image comics, where Brian is able to create what he wants to create. This has led to such titles as SONS OF THE DEVIL and CANNIBAL. CANNIBAL follows the events that occur when a town becomes infected with a disease that makes the living crave human flesh. While it may contain some similarities to a zombie story, like a disease that makes people eat flesh, the people do not lose any intelligence. This makes them all the more dangerous.READ: Find out our thoughts on SONS OF THE DEVIL!ComicsVerse was lucky enough to find Brian in Artist Alley despite the overwhelming crowds at Comic Con this year. He took some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions; the full interview is available above! Check it out to hear what Brian has to say about CANNIBAL, and don’t forget to keep your eyes on ComicsVerse for all your New York Comic Con coverage!