Avalanche! An interview with Eoin Ryan

This week the Comic Cast met up with Eoin Ryan – the creator of the webcomic Space Avalanche. Here he discusses the painful art of rotoscoping for his shortfilms ‘Teddy’ and ‘Demon’, how his first short film ‘Uncle Bill’s Barrel’ was based on a story by Swamp Thing co-creator Berni Wrightson and the in’s and out’s of creating a weekly webcomic. Enjoy!

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Space Avalanche

Eoin Ryan’s Movies (view all of Eoin’s short film work on this page)

Space Avalanche Merchandise


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5 Comments on “Avalanche! An interview with Eoin Ryan”

  1. Alan Moloney Says:

    Holy shit! This guy is awesome! Reminds me a lot of A Lesson is Learned and PBF in the best, best possible way.

  2. Stephen Mooney Says:

    Another sterling show lads, liked it a lot.
    Tell me there’s a christmas-special this year! i’ve got horrible deadlines all through christmas and ye gotta give me somethin festive to listen to. Seriously.

    PS- anyway you can show us how to do the falling snow effect for the Micks blog?

  3. thecomiccast Says:

    Cheers Moondog. Looks like you’re on Santa’s nice list cause the Christmas Special is up on Dec 22nd! Ho, ho, ho!

    The snow effect is a widget that you can just switch on on WordPress, so not sure how you would do that on Blogspot.

  4. Stephen Mooney Says:

    Savage stuff!
    Dear god how I love christmas.

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