c2e2 interview Kristine Don Chrissie Zullo

At C2E2 this year, ComicsVerse had the distinct pleasure of interviewing some of the best and brightest in the comic industry including the likes of Mark Waid, Greg Capullo, Scott Synder, Fabian Nicieza, Ramón Pérez, Robbie Thompson, Stacey Lee, Ian Herring, and Skottie Young.

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Among the best and brightest was Chrissie Zullo, with whom I had the wonderful opportunity to speak. For those of you who are not familiar with her or her work, Chrissie Zullo is a talented comic book artist who was first discovered at San Diego Comic Con in 2008 as part of DC’s Talent Search. Since going pro, her work has graced the covers of Vertigo’s CINDERELLA: FROM FABLETOWN WITH LOVE and the interiors of DC’s MADAME XANADU. Her work has also been featured in FABLES #100 and HACK/SLASH #34.

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We began our discussion by chatting about her current projects, how James Jean influenced her as an artist, and any other artist whose work excited her currently. Naturally, our minds wandered off to discussing Japanese manga and Korean manhwa and how her style was reflective of that fusion between those styles and American comic books. We also chatted about her favorite Miyazaki films and what was in store for her.

It as a joy chatting with her amidst the hustle and bustle of C2E2! Thank you to Chrissie for graciously taking the time out of her busy schedule to chat with us! If you’d like to learn more about Chrissie, be sure find her on Twitter @Chrissie_Zullo, on Instagram @chrissiezullo, and check out her portfolio here. If you liked this interview, be sure to let us know in the comments below, on YouTube, or on Twitter @Comicsverse.

 

 

 

 

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