Edmonton Expo 2018: Interview with Brenda Hickey and Troy Little

The written story, as well as recorded interview were done by Chris Doucher, Managing Editor for GeekNerdNet. (Photo credits to: Charles Cousins and Chris Doucher)

UPDATED - SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 - The following is an interview I did with Brenda Hickey and Troy Little at last year’s Edmonton Expo. If you missed it, check it out below. Also, here’s the super, awesome and amazing Brenda Hickey update!!! This year, the CLLDF (Comic Legends Legal Defense Fund) is proud to have artist Brenda Hickey as their featured artist at the 2019 Edmonton Expo. Be sure to visit her at the CLLDF booth.

Troy Little and Brenda Hickey at the 2018 Edmonton Expo. (Photo credit: Charles Cousins/GeekNerdNet)

I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with two fantastic comic creators from Prince Edward Island, Canada - and also, all around super nice people - artist Brenda Hickey and artist/writer Troy Little. Hickey has been working on her awesome run on the My Little Pony series for IDW, as well as her creator-owned series Halls of the Turnip King. And, Little is best known for his latest work on the hit series Rick & Morty vs. Dungeons and Dragons, as well as his critically-acclaimed work on Powerpuff Girls, as well as the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas graphic novel. The two talk about what they love about attending conventions, as well as interacting with fans and finding a balance between answering quick questions to managing an expectation of not being able to offer a full critique of work while attending a convention. Go on, listen to the entire interview just below. Enjoy!

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