In this week’s special interview podcast, More to Come’s Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald interviews comics historian, author, editor, and publisher Craig Yoe, author of the acclaimed Secret Identity and head of the Yoe! Books imprint as well as Jeffrey Brown, creator of the hit Star Wars parodies Darth Vader and Son, Vader’s Little Princess and Jedi Academy on this episode of More To Come, PW’s comics podcast.
In part three of our New York Comic Con interview special, Calvin speaks with Jeff Gomez about the new religious graphic novel imprint Vital Shift, Kate talks with Jane Espenson and Brad Bell, writers and co-creators of the webseries and graphic novel Husbands, and guest host Matt White talks to Greg Rucka of Veil and Lazarus; Tony Cliff, creator of Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant; Cameron Stewart, creator of Sin Titulo; and Andrew Robinson, artist of The Fifth Beatle on PWCW’s More to Come.
In part two of our New York Comic Con interview special, Calvin speaks with Laurence Maslon creator of Superheroes! – both book and PBS documentary, Heidi interviews Mariah Huehner of Emily and the Strangers and Womanthology, Kate talks to Dallas Middaugh of Kodansha USA, as well as Greg Pak of Code Monkey Save World and Batman/Superman, guest host Matt White talks with Colleen Doran of A Distant Soil, Brian Wood of X-Men, Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurt of The Sixth Gun, Sean Murphy of Punk Rock Jesus and author Tom King on PWCW’s More to Come.
In part one of our NYCC special interview coverage, Calvin Reid speaks with Leyla Aker, v-p of publishing at Viz Media, about news on the Viz platform, Viz Europe and Comixology, and Perfect Square as well as the manga market and her own publishing background. He also interviews Mari Morimoto, translator of such classic manga as Inuyasha and Naruto and a licensed vet about life in manga translation and the state of the current manga market live from NYCC on PWCW’s More to Come.
In this week’s interview special podcast, Calvin speaks with Andrew Aydin, Rep. John Lewis’s staffer and his coauthor on the graphic novel March Book One about the book as well as the historical impact of the 1957 comic Martin Luther King Jr. and the Montgomery Story about MLK, nonviolent disobedience and how that strategy and the comic spread around the world. Meanwhile, Heidi interviews writer Adam P. Knave and artist Nick Brokenshire of Amelia Cole, Laura Lee Gulledge – creator of Page by Paige and Will and Whit, and fan-favorite comics artist Chris Samnee of Thor: The Mighty Avenger, The Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom, Daredevil and many more on this episode of More To Come, PW’s comics podcast.
In this week’s episode, the More To Come crew interview indie publisher and cartoonist Box Brown of Retrofit, Dan Nadel of Picturebox and Josh Kramer of The Cartoon Picayune and discuss news and views from the Small Press Expo, comics at the Brooklyn Book Festival, DC’s changing presence at New York Comic Con, the implications of Marvel’s Ghostrider settlement and much more on PWCW’s More to Come
In a More To Come interview special, Heidi talks with acclaimed indie comics creator Jeff Smith about his Eisner-winning fantasy epic Bone, his adult sci-fi tale RASL, the advantages and difficulties of being your own publisher, his new Paleolithic webcomic Tuki Save The Humans and much, much more on this episode of Publishers Weekly’s graphic novel podcast.
In this week’s episode, the More to Come Crew discuss Batwoman, J. H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and DC’s editorial interference issues, the revived Penny Arcade “Dickwolves” controversy and ramifications for PAX, iFanboy stops operations, Mark Waid turns print comics retailer, More To Come’s own Heidi MacDonald gives a talk about less known influential graphic novels at the Library of Congress and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.
In this week’s episode, the More to Come Crew discuss Mark Millar, Todd McFarlane and the relationship between women and superhero comics, Skype Hype: a new way to connect comic shops and creators masterminded by Ron Marz, Jimmy Palmiotti and Steve Niles, celebrating Jack Kirby with the Hero Initiative, comic cons around the world including Comiket, the Taipei Comic Exhibition and Comic Con Express Hyderabad, top picks of the week and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.
In this interview special, Calvin Reid talks to Tim Leong, designer, comics impresario and author of Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe (Chronicle), about his time as co-founder of the acclaimed, though now defunct, Comic Foundry magazine and about his new book of inventive comics infographics about what sells in comic stores, manga and the exact locations of the Baxter Building, Avengers Mansion and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.
In this week’s episode, the More to Come Crew discuss DC’s 3D novelty cover shortage and how it impacts retailers, the DC Comics ICv2 interview, new digital business models from Mark Waid’s Thrillbent, Keith Knight and the Sequential app, creator rights topics including the Kirby WFH legal ruling and Chris Claremont’s movie snub, movie reviews of The Wolverine and Two Guns, manga obscenity arrests in Tokyo and much more in this podcast from PW Comics World. and much more on PWCW’s More to Come. and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.
In this week’s podcast, the More to Come Crew – Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald, Calvin Reid and Kate Fitzsimons – discuss the recent San Diego Comic-Con including four Eisner wins for Chris Ware, three for Brian K. Vaughan, success for indie and digital comics, Neil Gaiman’s return to Sandman, Vertigo’s new push, sleeping outside Hall H, Monkeybrain, new kids’ imprints at NBM and Viz, Fantagraphics and D&Q, Lego hobbit hole and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.
In today’s episode, In today’s episode, Calvin and Heidi interview Carl Gropper, nephew of Will Eisner and head of the Will and Ann Eisner Foundation, Eric Reynolds, associate publisher of Fantagraphics, on reconnecting with the market, and veteran comics creators Rick Geary of A Treasury of Victorian Murder and Keith Knight of The K Chronicles on their comics and Kickstarters in this podcast from PW Comics World.
In the Friday edition of More To Come’s 2013 San Diego Comic-Con special coverage, Heidi and Calvin interview David Steinberger, CEO and co-founder of digital comics giant Comixology; veteran Marvel and DC comics creator Tony Isabella; Chris Staros, the publisher of Top Shelf; Andy Grossberg of the webcomics aggregator Comics Rocket and Carr D’Angelo and Susan Avallone of Los Angeles’s Earth 2 comics stores about their in-store “Non Con” event for customers and staffers who can’t attend Comic-Con in this podcast from PW Comics World.