Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Eric Esquivel on Nerdist's The Mutant Season Podcast

Posted By on Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 2:00 PM

We last saw Eric M. Esquivel talking about how gods suck compared to what humans are capable of at Long Beach Comic-Con. He's been all over the place since he up and left Tucson.

Esquivel was a guest on Gil Dominguez-Letelier's Nerdist podcast show: The Mutant Season. The 11-year-old podcaster and Esquivel discussed his latest comic book project Loki: Ragnarok and Roll and run on Adventure Time: Bravest Warriors with Boom Studios. I'm surprised Eric went so long without swearing in front of a child.

Click here to listen to podcast while you're supposed to be working.

Esquivel and Hannah Nance Partlow decided to take their dreams to Los Angeles over the summer time. The two love birds created a "slice of life" comic strip called Smell Ya Later for the Weekly last year.

Loki: Ragnarok and Roll is expected to hit comic stands on Feb. 12.

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