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May 11, 2018

Doing this podcast has given the WCPE guys the chance to meet and become friends with a lot of great creators over the years. So we get very excited when our friends have a new project they are launching, especially when it is through Kickstarter.

Such is the case with writer Roland Mann. We spoke to Roland when he had his Tiny Kickstarter going, and that was a solid success. Roland is back with another Kickstarter, and he has rounded up some familiar faces from the Malibu Comics offices to make an all-new Cat & Mouse #1.

Now, if Cat & Mouse sounds familiar, it was one of Roland's first comic works back in the early 1990s. And it's a series that people still ask him about to this day. So why not put a new spin on the concept with a brand new mini-series.

The Kickstarter project covers the costs to print and publish issue #1. Given that this project is already funded, the team is starting to work ahead on issue #2. But just because the project is already funded does not mean you don't have to contribute. Listen to the show, see the samples on the Kickstarter page, and become a backer!

Speaking of the creative team, joining us on the show this week with Roland is penciller Dean Zachary and inker Barb Kaalberg. (Colorist Kevin Gallegly was unable to join in on the fun, but we still want to give him a shout-out too!) It's a fun-filled hour talking about New Orleans, the comic collaboration process, and convention appearances later this year.

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