This week the guys are joined by the creative mind behind Skimshaw, Eric Borden. Eric tells the guys how he transitioned from film making to comics. Plus he give insight to his inspiration behind Skrimshaw and what’s it like to work with Alterna Comics. So sit back, relax and enjoy!
Host Anthony Desiato brings his comic shop odyssey to a close (for now) in the season finale of My Comic Shop History. Anthony’s final stop is The Spider’s Web in Yonkers, NY, owned by former Alternate Realities customer Paul Borrero. Paul and store manager Andrew Gonzalez reveal how their perspective has changed four years into running the store, air some industry grievances, and identify potential avenues for growth. PLUS: Anthony welcomes a special guest to close out the season. The journey continues next year in the My Comic Shop Country documentary film. My Comic Shop History returns with Season 4 in 2018.
This week the guys review Justice League! Staring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill Justice League has been received with mix reviews and controversy. The guys discuss this in detail, and try to get to the bottom of it. But be warned there are spoilers ahead, enjoy!
Host Anthony Desiato concludes his trip to the Windy City with a stop at First Aid Comics in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. Anthony makes an appointment with owner James Nurss, the lab coat-wearing retailer who “prescribes” comics to his customers. They discuss vending at NYCC, how President Obama helped the store get off the ground in 2008, and why it’s important to bag your trades. This episode is Part 2 of a two-episode visit to the Windy City.
Host Anthony Desiato encounters his third husband-and-wife team of the season: Sarah and Patrick Titus, the owners of The Comic Book Shop in Wilmington, DE. The couple discusses how they have charted a new course for the store—in its third generation of ownership—through a robust series of inclusive, community-building events.
This week the guys bring you Justice League Trivia, Marvel News and they tackle sexual harassment in Hollywood. Yes with Eddie Berganza, Brett Ratner and Andrew Kriesberg in the news they felt they had to talk about. So be warned this episode is a bit more adult than normal and may not be suitable for all listeners.
Get ready to celebrate the 4th anniversary of Comic Book Central! It’s my annual treasury-sized travel back over the past year to revisit some of the most memorable moments on the show. Guests from the worlds of Superman, Star Wars, Star Trek, DC and Marvel TV shows and movies, MST3K, Lost in Space and much MORE! http://comicbookcentral.net
This week the guys are joined by Paul Allor (TMNT, G.I. Joe). Paul tells the guys how he got started, and how he is the break out artist of 2019. Plus he tells them all about his latest book Monstro Mechanica. So sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys debate the future of Marvel comics, can they last with their current business practices and content? Also the CW announces their next show, Project 13, and Snagglepuss is gay!?! Plus we bring you an interview the creative team behind I am Alfonso Jones. All this and much more, so sit back, relax and enjoy!
This week the guys bring you 2 more of their interviews from New York Comic Con 2017. They chat with author April Adams(Drawing the Dragon) and producer turned comic book writer Zachary Mortensen(The Gatecrashers). Plus the guys give their reactions to all the new previews that were released last week. Sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys talk about their experience at New York Comic Con 2017! They talk about what they saw and how the con went. Plus they bring you an interview with Richard Rivera, Alex Lobato and Clara Meath where they talk about their new comic Shadow Play. All this and more, enjoy!
This week the guys sit down and bring you a round of Stump the Geek. It’s an all Batman edition, wonder who will take the prize. Plus the guys discuss their plans for NYCC and how they would write a Batman solo film. Plus Marvel and DC news. All this and so much more, so sit back and enjoy!