You’ll find two more terrific interviews in this special episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast!
First up is David Schulner from Image Comics’ Clone. He discusses how the series came to be and that we just might see this book be translated to television in the near future! He also talks about BBC America’s Orphan Black and updates us about other projects he’s working on.
I interview Peter Hogan next, and we chat about Resident Alien, a successful book available from Dark Horse! Hogan talks about this Concrete-like series and gives us some ideas about what is coming for Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle in future mini-series’. He talks about how he collaborates with artist Steve Parkhouse and what future product he’s developing , so don’t miss it!
We have the talented comic and TV writer David Schulner to talk about his new sci fi-meets-conspiracy thriller comic Clone from Image Comics Skybound imprint. We talk about how the series came about and some teasers of what2019s to come. We also talk about his upcoming NBC series 201CDo No Harm201D about renowned neurosurgeon whose body is 201Covertaken201D every night by a 201Cdangerous alternate personality. We are now on Stitcher Radio This podcast is sponsored by Friendly Neighborhood Comics http://friendlyneighborhoodcomics.com/ Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ Join us on the forums at http://www.forumforgeeks.com http://thetaylornetwork.wordpress.com/ You can also join us on the Facebook group TaylorNetwork of podcasts Also we ask that if you have some time leave us a rating and or Itunes review because that helps us greatly to promote the show.
The guys thing look ahead to The Legend of Luther Strode #1 and talk about what they like about it and what they love about this new series from Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore.
Looking back, the guys review a number of books they have been reading over the last couple of weeks: Bedlam #2, Comeback #1, Clone #1, Starbright and the Looking Glass, Witch Doctor: Malpractice #1, andPlanetoid #4.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to experience Star Wars AS YOU HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED IT BEFORE! In the TWO TRUE FREAKS THEATRE OF THE MIND! Using state of the art technology, The Freaks bring you the first two chapters of the novelization of STAR WARS in full FREAK-O-PHONIC STEREO! Marvel at the EPIC SPACE BATTLES! Quiver and SOIL YOURSELF IN FEAR at the auditory presence of the EVIL LORD OF THE SITH! Chuckle at the bumbling antics of ARTOO DEETOO AND C3PO! Wince at the awkward, whiny pubescence of young LUKE SKYWALKER! STRAP ON YOUR HEADPHONES! Yes, we PROMISE things will be back to normal next month!
Here’s the second half – featuring issues #62 and 63. Scott and Shag make moon-eyes at pictures of Shira, describe what their “dream date with Shira” would be like, and basically make you wonder which one of them has the bigger creepy Shira Brie shrine in their back shed. Brought to you by RICH POWERS!
In this episode of Hope of All Trades, Hope discusses her time at Dragon*Con. She met Mike Bailey, Shag, and others in her time there. She discusses the panels she saw and was on, as well as jokes she heard. With music in between, this should be an entertaining episode! I have to apologize. My mic was doing some funny things in this episode. Here are the websites she mentioned in this episode:
This month brings a special edition of Star Wars Monthly Monday! With Scott on temporary leave, Chris has prepared a little blast from the past. You may have heard the Freaks talk about their two panels at DragonCon 2009 — well, here they are in their complete, uncut glory!
First is the Clone Wars panel, where they met good friend of the show George Krstic and defended the honor of their favorite weekly animated Star Wars show.
Then, it’s the infamous Star Wars: ADULT THEMES panel where they treat good taste like Han Solo treats a dead Tauntaun!
Next month, the Freaks will be returning to their regular format with both Chris AND Scott!
In this episode, hosts Michael Bailey and Scott H. Gardner take an in-depth look at the 1976 return of the Justice Society of America in the pages of their original title — All-Star Comics!! Specifically, they review issue #58, also deliver a bit of JSA news, character spotlight Power Girl, and wrap the whole thing up with a hilarious discussion of the classic comic book ads found in this issue — such as Hostess Fruit Pies, The Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure, and the Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle!!
Comic Book Nostalgia Galore!!
We hope you enjoy our show and will join us each and every Friday for more Tales of the Justice Society of America!!
This is the first installment of our Monthly Mondays Star Wars podcast. This week we review the first episode of the Clone Wars animated series, Scott reviews a slew of Star Wars audiobooks and we discuss issues 1-3 of the Marvel Star Wars comic from 1977! TONS O’ STAR WARS!!!
This is our first episode and we slide down the slippery slope that is file sharing and downloading. We also introduce ourselves and give a little insight as to how we turned out as messed up as we are. Throw in some vintage Kirk, a killer tomato song and you’ve got a show.