Just thought I'd stick this up here in case anyone is interested. I'm a volunteer on a radio program here in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. On my latest program, I did a short interview with John McCrea, who drew Hitman back in the 90s, was involved with Garth Ennis' The Boys, and is currently drawing Mythic for Image, written by Phil Hester.
The program is for a general audience so I don't go into too much depth, but it was fun to do, and there are some good insights into his work, background and approach.
The interview is in 2 parts: Section 1 at around 9 mins in, and section 2 around 43 mins in.
The rest of the program has an Irish slant as it is for the Irish community here in Queensland. I was quite happy with the show as a whole. That McCrea is from Belfast, Northern Ireland was my excuse to put him on the show!
Just pick "Irish" from the drop-down list in the page linked to below and give it a listen, if you so wish.
Edited to add: The full version of the interview is now available on this page.
Well, here is the full edit of the interview with McCrea, divested of all the songs for Mother's Day and the chat about Irish patriots buried in Australia.
Find out how McCrea feels about the 'throne of cash' his collaborator Garth Ennis sits upon!
It is top of the list here. Thanks for all the interest!