On Episode 95 of the Capes and Tights Podcast, Justin Soderberg welcomes the return of comic creator Tony Fleecs. This time around Tony is here to discuss his comic with Tim Seeley, Local Man.
Fleecs is also one of those writer-slash-artist. He is known for In My Lifetime, an autobiographical comic book, in which he wrote and illustrated. Many people know Fleecs for writing Stray Dogs at Image Comics and for his artwork on Star Wars Adventures and My Little Pony.
Tony’s company Fleecs Design (who’s talent roster includes only himself) has a client list that features Disney, 20th Century Fox, Bongo Comics, Marvel/Rittenhouse, The Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinatti Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment, Monster Garage, Taco John’s, major hospitals, insurance providers and banks.
Tony Fleecs joined the Capes and Tights Podcast way back on Episode 36 to discuss Stray Dogs and more!
About Tony Fleecs and Tim Seeley’s Local Man
Stray Dogs creator Tony Fleecs teams with Revival‘s Tim Seeley for a series that combines rural crime noir and superhero action.
Once the star recruit of the media sensation super-team Third Gen, Jack Xaver had it all. But when controversy sends Crossjack crawling back to his mom and dad’s basement in the Midwest, Jack struggles to fit into a world he left far behind. And then the bodies start piling up.
Each issue is a classic Image Comics Flip Book with a lead story drawn by Fleecs and a superhero flashback into the depths of the Image Universe drawn by Seeley. First issue contains 30 pages of story for only $3.99!