FemForce Interviews

  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Unfortunately, Mike Frankovich passed away on December 11, 2007. He is missed! This interview is posted, as is, for posterity. Mike Frankovich is the owner of the Film Company and the President of Super Cosmos Earthstation Entertainment. He has had a successful career in the TV and Movie industry and has long been associated...

    An Interview with Mike Frankovich Jr.

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Unfortunately, Mike Frankovich passed away on December 11, 2007. He is missed! This interview is posted, as is, for posterity. Mike Frankovich is the owner of the Film Company and the President of Super Cosmos Earthstation Entertainment. He has had a successful career in the TV and Movie industry and has long been associated…

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  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. An extraordinary artist, Brad Gorby has done animation, sculpting, and painting but Femfans know him best as the long-time regular penciler on the Femforce title. Over the last decade he has helped define the Femforce with a mixture of humor, action, and personality which has been unparalleled. His other work in the comic...

    An Interview with Brad Gorby – Femforce Artist

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. An extraordinary artist, Brad Gorby has done animation, sculpting, and painting but Femfans know him best as the long-time regular penciler on the Femforce title. Over the last decade he has helped define the Femforce with a mixture of humor, action, and personality which has been unparalleled. His other work in the comic…

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  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Issue 50 of the Femforce offered a little more than the standard comic book. Included with the issue was a flexi-disc, a small record designed to be played on a phonograph. The technology has since gone the way of the dinosaur, but it wasn’t really that long ago that the Femforce theme song...

    An Interview with Bob Koenig – The Femforce Theme Song

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Issue 50 of the Femforce offered a little more than the standard comic book. Included with the issue was a flexi-disc, a small record designed to be played on a phonograph. The technology has since gone the way of the dinosaur, but it wasn’t really that long ago that the Femforce theme song…

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  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. If you can’t figure out the influences that led Don Secrease to create Colt, the Weapons Mistress, then you haven’t been paying attention. You might say, the sexy spy in the customized cavalry officer’s jacket wears her inspiration on her lapel. A fan of the Old West and enamored with detective and spy...

    An Interview with Don Secrease: Colt and her Creator

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. If you can’t figure out the influences that led Don Secrease to create Colt, the Weapons Mistress, then you haven’t been paying attention. You might say, the sexy spy in the customized cavalry officer’s jacket wears her inspiration on her lapel. A fan of the Old West and enamored with detective and spy…

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  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Bill Black is the Editor and Publisher of AC Comics and the main force behind the creation of the Femforce. Having worked in comics for over a quarter of a century, he has combined a love of the Golden Age of Comics with the sensibilities of a more modern age. A penciler, inker,...

    An Interview with Bill Black

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. Bill Black is the Editor and Publisher of AC Comics and the main force behind the creation of the Femforce. Having worked in comics for over a quarter of a century, he has combined a love of the Golden Age of Comics with the sensibilities of a more modern age. A penciler, inker,…

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  • Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. So what did Julie Michaels think when she saw herself immortalized by John Nadeau’s pencils in the pages of AC Comics’ “Femforce” Issue 54 as the superheroic Rayda? “It rocked!” Of course, as Femforce fans know, Ms. Michaels has contributed more than just her likeness to the character of Dyna Morisi, a.k.a. Rayda....

    An Interview with Julie Michaels – She’s Electric

    Webmaster’s Note: This interview is from 1999. So what did Julie Michaels think when she saw herself immortalized by John Nadeau’s pencils in the pages of AC Comics’ “Femforce” Issue 54 as the superheroic Rayda? “It rocked!” Of course, as Femforce fans know, Ms. Michaels has contributed more than just her likeness to the character of Dyna Morisi, a.k.a. Rayda….

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