In this week’s episode of Off Panel, writer Mark Sable joins to talk about his truly unique career and the upcoming Miskatonic at Aftershock. Sable discusses what connected him with comics, his winding path, his A-list collaborators, the importance of finding artists early on, the origins of Miskatonic, its foundation, the series lead, the current fascination with Lovecraftian stories, his touring of genres, the book’s creative team, his work as a futurist, how that affects his thinking about comics, the New York Knicks, and more.
You can find Sable on Twitter and in the upcoming Miskatonic at Aftershock.
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Header art is from Jeremy Haun’s cover to Miskatonic #1. Off Panel’s theme music is an original track by custom music agency Upright T-Rex Music, written and performed specifically for the podcast. A huge thanks to Ross and Cody from Upright T-Rex Music for putting the track together!