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‘Wizard World St. Louis 2014’ exclusive interview with artist Danny Haas

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Anytime you step into the geek mecca that is Wizard World more than likely you will come across some work that you have seen on social media. One of the more popular pieces that you mave have seen on tumblr is the half and half work of Danny Haas. From Superman to Doctor Who his creation of showing one side of a superhero in their costumes and one sided in their civil clothes is quite a spectacle. As we hit the floor on the first day of the con we were immediately drawn to his work and luckily for us he was able to give us a bit of time.

This is an audio interview so you will have to click on the video to hear it in all it’s entirety. We spoke with Danny about who he got started in art, where the half and half idea originated and his experience at Wizard World St. Louis. We would like to thank Danny once again for his time.

You can find his artwork at :‎


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