Top 5 Comics Podcast Episode 105 – Season 6

Comic book round table. This week, we have – Raven Daughter of Darkness #1, Phoenix Resurrection: The Return Of Jean Grey #4, Ice Cream Man #1, Damage #1, Rogue and Gambit #1, Interview with Rob Guillory and more ………..

Run Times –

News In Comics…. – 4:05 – 18:25

Raven Daughter of Darkness #1 – 18:15 – 29:32

Phoenix Resurrection: The Return Of Jean Grey #4 – 29:32 – 38:50

Ice Cream Man #1 – 38:50 – 49:30

Damage #1 – 49:30 – 1:02:03

Rogue and Gambit #1 – 1:04:04 – 1:18:50

Interview with Rob Guillory at the Colorado Springs Comic Con 2017 – 1:18:25 – 1:24:30

 

Books to look for – 1:23:40

 

*** If you would like to ask a question of our panel you can email at – top5podcast@hotmail.com ***

 

 

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Steve “CBS”

Rob

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John

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Comics Alternative Interviews: W. Maxwell Prince and Martín Morazzo

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Lickety Split

On this episode of the interview series, Derek talks with W. Maxwell Prince and Martín Morazzo about their new series from Image Comics, Ice Cream Man. The first issue comes out on January 17, and Derek asks his guests about the genesis of this project and what to expect in its debut. As Will and Martín reveal, each issue of Ice Cream Man is a stand-alone story, with every release serving as a viable jumping on point into their uncanny world. In fact, both creators liken the title to Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone, a series of stories that aren’t connected one to the other, but linked through tone and narration. What binds the individual issues together will be the ice cream man himself, peddling his frozen treats in a small suburban community and witness to — or instigator of? — various macabre events that turns lives upside down. The series’ inaugural issue revolves around a deadly Brazilian spider, a young boy forced to live on his own, and a police detective whose professional ennui is violently shaken. This promises to be a very different kind of comic-book series, one that may not be as soft and creamy as its title suggests.