Sylvia remains in the host seat with Jeff and Dave as they talk to the amazing Frank Gogol for his new book No Heroine that is available soon! Listen in!
Drugs. Vampires. Punk rock. Clawing her way to her 90th day sober, Kayla sets out to find her missing friend, Sid — the one person she knows can keep her on the straight-and-narrow. The only problem? The gang of heroine-dealing vampires that have him. From the writer of 2019’s breakout indie hit Dead End Kids comes a story of a young woman’s recovery journey and one hard truth: not everyone is cut out to be a hero.
Preorders for No Heroine is open between April 1 and May 31 and the comic will be available in June!
Frank Gogol is a comic book writer living in San Francisco, California and the author of GRIEF, Dead End Kids, The Used, and more.
He is an alumni of Monmouth University, where he received both is BA and MA in English and Creative Writing, as well as an alumni of Comics Experience, where he studied under Andy Schmidt (Marvel, IDW), Paul Allor (CLUE!, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), and Fred Van Lente (Conan, Marvel Zombies).
In 2016, Frank began self-publishing his first comic book short stories, including Embrace, Cassandra, and Gravity. In October of that year, his short story Deadbeat Dad was published by Black Ship Books for its Horror Haikus contest.
In April of 2017, Frank ran a successful Kickstarter campaign for his first commercial comic book project, GRIEF–a collection of short genre stories about the grieving process. GRIEF will see its print debut in April 2018 through Source Point Press.
2019 will see the publishing of Frank’s first miniseries, Dead End Kids, again, with Source Point Press.
(Via Frank’s Website)
Check out his work on his website and please support No Heroine!