This week the guys sit down with former Marvel artist turned independent creator Tom Rasch. Tom tells Dave and Matt what it was like to join Marvel in the late 90s and why he left the business to work in video games. Now he’s back in the buisness and introducing his new book Black Alpha, an idea hes had since he was a kid. So sit back and enjoy!
And now the third episode featuring the guys interviews from Wizard World Philly 2017. This episode features interviews with Christopher Walter (Cowboys and Robitussin), John and Tim (Dork of all Trades) and Joe Rubinstein (Wolverine, Batman). There is still more interviews to come and don’t forget to check out our new Teespring shop while you are here. So sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys sit down with the creative team behind the web comic Kamikaze. Carrie and Alan Tupper along with Havana Nguyen tell the guys all about how Kamikaze got started and what their favorite cons are. So sit back ad enjoy!Support the Kamikaze kickstarter: http://book2.kmkz.tv
This week the guys sit down with comic book writer Ben Goldsmith (Seance Room). Ben teaches the guys about what a planchette is and the importance of a good enema. Plus they discuss his book Seance Room and how politics can sometimes be a scary topic (hence the enemas). So sit back and enjoy our chat with Ben Goldsmith. Ben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrBenAU
This week the guys sit down with a stray creator they picked up off the internet. J.D. Oliva is the independent comic creator of Deluge and Shunned and he tells the guys all about his new project Red Sunrise. So sit back and enjoy then go support his kickstarter!
This week the guys sit down with the creative minds behind Atomic Rex Entertainment, Gene Selassie and Marco Lopez. Together they talk about how they got started in comics and how Atomic Rex was born. Plus they also talk about the current state of Marvel and DC comics and how social justice in comics is both a good and bad thing. So sit back, relax and enjoy this fun ride.
This week the guys are joined by comic book writer Eric Palicki (Guardians of Infinity, Fake Empire). Eric tells the guys how he got started in comics and all about his latest project No Angel that he write with his sister Adrianne (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., G.I. Joe Retaliation). Plus he gives us a little bit of insight into his upcoming story for Terminal issue 3. So sit back and enjoy.
This week Troy Brownfield and Steve Ekstrom return to the podcast to discuss Terminal. Terminal is a pulp anthology comic book with a little bit of something for every fan. Bringing together some of the best independent writers and artists working in the industry today. It’s also the start of something big… Imminet Press! We hope you enjoy and please support their Kickstarter.
Continuing our coverage of The Great Philadelphia Comic Con we bring you 4 more interviews. This episode features Marina Sirtis (Star Trek), Melissa Massey (Vatican Assassins), K.J. Kaminski (The Resitants) and Josh Dahl (Below Zero). And there are more to come soon, enjoy!
This week the guys are joined by writer David C. Hayes. David is not just a writer, he’s also an actor and film maker. He te teaches the guys about the connection between horror and superhero comics. Plus they discuss some of their all time favorite classic horror films. All this and more, enjoy!
In their final panel from Finger Lakes Comic Con the guys sit down with fantasy artist Charles Urbach! Charles tells the guys about his career and how his fandom helped him and guided his career, So sit back and enjoy!
This Panel from Finger Lakes Comic Con features friend of the show Rusty Gilligan. The guys talk about the differences between independent and big press comics. Well they try to talk about that but Rusty likes to derail things and then one of his friends, Tyger Smith, jumped up on stage and interrupted the whole thing. But that’s Comic Con! The guys still had a lot of fun and hope you enjoy!
In this episode the guys sit down with Eric Cooper and talk about his new book Star Enforcers. This is the first of the panels the guys hosted at the Finger Lakes Comic Con 2017. There is lots more to come, so sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys sit down with writer and film maker Shequeta Smith. Shequeta not only the writer of Rayven Choi she also has founded the imprint Shero Comics. Her goal is to focus on stories with strong African American female leads. They talk about how she got started, her comics and what her plans are for the future of Rayven Choi. We hope you enjoy!
This week the guys sit down with Richard Rivera the mad genius behind Stabbity Bunny, Richard Rivera. Richard tells us all about his career and the inspiration behind Stabbity. During the interview though we loose John due to a power outage, it wasn’t the same without him. Sit back and enjoy, and check out Stabbity Bunny when you’re done!