Rick Geary Spotlight
(59:03, 55.4mb)
Moderated by Heidi MacDonald, Rick Geary talks about what inspired him
to be a cartoonist, working for National Lampoon, how he got into Murder
stories,
his drawing of the San Diego toucan mascot, the early San Diego Comic
Cons, the post underground comics community, living in a small town in
New Mexico, his new
book Black Dahlia, some of his previous books, if he ever comes up with
new theories for unsolved murders, why he jumped from doing 19th century
murders to 20th
century murders, which murder stories he won’t do and why, what he
chooses to show and not show when it comes to the grisly details, his
fictional work, what
murder mysteries that he really wants to do, the positive and negative
aspects of using the internet for research.

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Rick Geary Spotlight (59:03, 55.4mb) Moderated by Heidi MacDonald, Rick Geary talks about what inspired him to be a cartoonist, working for National Lampoon, how he got into Murder stories, his drawing of the San Diego toucan mascot, the early San Diego Comic Cons, the post underground comics community, living in a small town...