Comics on Comics Radio # 5: Mark Sable

In the fifth episode of Comics on Comics Radio, host Sax Carr welcomes back rising comic star Mark Sable (Grounded, Two-Face: Year One) along with Asterios Kokkinos (Cracked Magazine, NPR’s Marketplace), Steven Saunders (Secret Cross) and Blair Marnell (Wizard Magazine) for a fearless hour of comics & comedy!

 

This week, our panel examines the Watchmen movie, checks out Megan Fox’s roles in the Fathom and Jonah Hex movies, Samuel L. Jackson’s new Nick Fury deal with Marvel Studios and gets an in depth look at Mark Sable’s upcoming creator owned book, Unthinkable, which features the first ARG in comics…

 

Also, during the show, listen closely for details on how you can win a free graphic novel or trade paperback of your choice from Amazon.com, courtesy of your friends at ComicsOnComics.com!

 

You can download this episode and high quality versions of all of the Comics on Comics Web TV series for free on iTunes.

 

1 thought on “Comics on Comics Radio # 5: Mark Sable

  1. Love the podcasts! I play them thugroh my home theatre system in the morning and its like I am sitting at the table with friends, discussing it with you.I really liked Liz’s suggestion on the doppleganger switch being discussed with a player that is looking to off his character. I would have to add that if that were the case, I’d like the player to continue (for that game session) to play the doppleganger as an enemy, but be stealthy about him attacking the other PCs. It would definately have to be one time thing though.On the subject of trying a new system, if your going to get back to the basic of D&D, away from the rules lawyers and the min/max players I’d say Basic D&D (for me The Blue Book)I actually have been thinking about running a short campaign of basic/expert (if it lives that long) to teach a gamer in our group how ROLE playing is done. Without a definative set of rules or skills, he has a hard time understanding Player: Can I try this (insert action)? DM: ok, then give me a (insertstat check) When I have done this in my current game setting (Not 3/3.5/4) he was amazed at the idea and though it was my own! I fessed up eventually, explaining that it was how it was back in the day .This podcast has inspired me to give it some serious thought.Thanks and keep up the greatness!

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