Podcast interviews Evermore Nevermore owner as ‘Republic-Con’ nears in Mesa

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There’s already a second episode of KaraokeFanboy Radio, and the Amazing Arizona Comics creator’s new podcast this time interviews Evermore Nevermore owner Bob Leeper.

Leeper, a Nerdvana contributor, and his wife Debbie of course have some news of their own: As reported yesterday, the former Mesa shop has transcended the physical realm and relaunched officially as an online hub celebrating Arizona pop culture and alternative art.

As part of their mission to keep promoting local events, Evermore Nevermore and former neighbor Queen’s Pizzeria present Republi-Con on Wednesday, coinciding with Mesa’s moment in the national spotlight as host of a GOP presidential candidates debate. Nerdvana contributor and Amazing Arizona Comics writer-artist Russ Kazmierczak Jr. is one of the artists participating in the debate-themed event, which explores issues like immigration, unions, the economy and church vs. state — issues at the heart of Mesa’s turbulent Main Street.

Here on Nerdvana, we’ve also got a new installment of Kazmierczak’s exclusive AAC strip, The Fight for the 14th — the secret history of Arizona’s centennial!


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