This week, Richard and David had the opportunity to chat with California-based writer/artist Larime Taylor, creator of the upcoming ongoing comic series, A Voice in the Dark. The thriller is mixed with a hefty dose of inky black comedy, described by Terry Moore as “Strangers in Paradise meets Dexter“. Already a Kickstarter success, the new series offers a chance to explore the strange town of Cutter’s Circle, with a strong female lead – who also happens to be someone trying very hard not to kill again.
What casual readers may not know about Larime is that he was born with Arthrogryposis, a condition that inhibited the development of his limbs in utero and left him with limited use of his arms and legs. Writing, illustrating and toning the comics entirely with his mouth and a Wacom tablet, Larime talks to us about the creative process, pitching the comic to the publishers and what we can expect in the near future.
We need to thank Larime for his time, and we hope to get him back on the show in the near future for another chat.
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At the request of Larime, music used for this podcast is “Red Right Hand” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.