Posted by Miranda December 20, 2010

Next up on the interview list we check in with Claudio and Chonny Sanchez of Music and Comic book fame. Claudio is best known as frontman of the band Coheed and Cambria, but this husband and wife team has to be one of the hardest working couples on the planet. Not only has Claudio been touring the world promoting Coheed and Cambria's latest album Year of the Black Rainbow, he's also be appearing at all of the big Comic cons, co-writing comics and planning more music/art endeavours. Chonny is right there with him writing, producing and also spreading the word about her new site, co-founded with journalist Natalie Zfat (Rolling Stone.). A site where product reviews meet the battle tested world of amusic, travel and culture.  

C: What would you like to find under the tree this year guys?

This limited edition light, Fall of the Damned. At a distance, it looks like a textured shade, but when you get close, you can see it's made up of hundreds of body outlines.  I like my class with a little creepy factor.


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C: What awesome wares could your fans hope to be delivered by the big red guy (no not hell boy)?

C&C: Claudio and I recently released the Kill Audio Hardcover, a graphic series we wrote together for Boom! Studios. All 6 issues are collected in a snazzy hardcover, along with a bonus prose story, Who's Who and never-before-seen sketches from Mr. Sheldon.

We also just finished our  sophomore collaboration, "Subway Seriez" a 5-part graphic zombie series, which is in the early stages of production.

C: What excites you about 2011?

What we're most excited for in 2011 is to get all the things finished that we put off in 2010, so we will be all caught up for the apocalypse in 2012.  If we're going down, it's gonna be kicking, screaming and completely organized. 

Thanks guys, Have a great Holiday...

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