Well, this is the first time I've ever updated Digital Comics Talk late. It's the fault of the Day Job -- I spent the last eight days running around the Javits Convention Center (the company I work for puts on the Streaming Media East trade show). I should've planned better. But hey.

More bad news: I still have that awful head cold for this interview. In reality I *don't* still have it, but I did when the darn thing was recorded. What choice did I have? Again, I was on my way out the door to NYC for the trade show ... grumble, grumble.

The good news is that the interview worked out pretty well. I was particularly interested in the Femme Noir project because of the backgrounds of its creators (yes, it's a really cool webcomic, too). Unlike most webcomics creators -- who are doing this either to break into print, or because they see the web as their natural and only medium -- Joe Staton has been working in mainstream print comics for around thirty years. Chris Mills, for his part, has announced a *very* ambitious schedule for new series and stories at his supernaturalcrime.com site. I wanted to see what makes this team tick, why they're doing this, and how it's working out for them.

Have a listen:

Next week: Jeff Crowther, creator of Sketchbook.

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