Comic Book Shopping is back and this week’s episode puts the spotlight on Riverdale‘s Trevor Stines. Comic Book Shopping is hosted by Collider Heroes’ Coy Jandreau and gives guests the opportunity to tap into their inner comic book fan by spending some time browsing the racks at local comic book shops in Los Angeles. Past guests have included David Harbour, Michael Rooker, Michael Giacchino, Frank Miller, Zachary Levi, and so many more industry heavyweights.
You might recognize Stines from Riverdale where he played Jason Blossom. Taking a cue from that show, here on Comic Book Shopping, Stines offers his take on the classic Archie Comics character and talks about the horror comic miniseries, Blossoms 666, which focuses on Cheryl and Jason Blossom. The twins are part of a family of Satanists and in this 5-issue limited series, they’re competing for the title of Anti-christ. On top of that, Stines also highlights a little something called Leather & Glass, which is his very own collection of poems and short stories which was made available for purchase earlier this year.
You can give this brand new installment of Comic Book Shopping a watch using the video player at the top of this article. And if you’d like to watch even more episodes from Comic Book Shopping Season 2, browse the links below:
- Jack Dylan Grazer Talks ‘Shazam!’ & ‘IT: Chapter 2’ While Going ‘Comic Book Shopping’
- David Harbour Talks ‘Hellboy’ & ‘Black Widow’ While Going ‘Comic Book Shopping’
- ‘Shazam!’ Star Zachary Levi Goes ‘Comic Book Shopping’ & Reveals His Favorite Childhood Superhero
If you’d like to keep up with all of Stines’ work, give him a follow on Twitter right here. You can also find the official description of Leather & Glass: Poetry & Prose (via Amazon) below:
In his debut literary work, Trevor Stines gives voice to the softest parts of our hearts, allowing us to find connection through all of our broken little pieces. Through vivid description and evocative prose, “Leather & Glass” shows us the potential of what it truly means to be human- the beautiful heights, the painful depths, and the chaotic magic in-between.