Comic Timing Extra Point – Episode 13: Consolidating Comics with F.O.R.C.E.

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It’s been a while, but we’re back in style! Yes, that is a Chipmunks quote. Anyway, we’re up to lucky number 13 on the Comic Timing Extra Point. This episode, Ian runs solo for the first half, as he discusses selling off a bunch of his comic collection at Wild Pig Comics in Kenilworth, New Jersey two weeks back. Much thanks to Wild Pig’s owner, the talented Chris Eberle of Comic Geek Speak, for making that magic happen! There’s also some discussion of the transition from physical copies to going mostly digital, manga scanlations and why you should either wait for official release or hit the library over turning to the dark side of the Internet, and then a quick review of Southern Bastards Volume 1 by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour.

After that, we transition to the one and only interview Ian conducted at the 2015 edition of New York Comic Con, with the one and only Shawn Pryor. Shawn discusses what it’s like to return to New York City after a twenty year hiatus, what’s next in store for Cash & Carrie post-Kickstarter, and his newest miniseries coming out of Action Lab Entertainment in 2016, F.O.R.C.E. It ain’t Super Pro, yo!

As always – we are sponsored by the newly redesigned DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! All comics from major publishers like Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse are 40% off or more. And hardcovers and trade paperbacks from Marvel and DC are at least 50% off! Plus, be sure to check out their Comixology digital storefront for even further savings!

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep: #204: Spider-Gwen, Suiciders and Black Hood

Spider-Gwen #1 Review

On this podcast we’re joined by Doctor Fluxx from Feed it Comics as we discuss some possible Marvel movie casting and a new DC show. Then it’s on to comics with reviews of Suiciders #1, Spider-Gwen #1 and The Black Hood #1. Listen in!

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 84: Reviews of Andre the Giant, Shackleton, and Southern Bastards #1

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AndreOn this episode of The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek discuss three new titles, and boy, do they have great time! They begin with Box Brown’s new graphic biography from First Second, Andre the Giant: Life and Legend. While neither of the Two Guys are big professional wrestling fans, they did grow up in an era where Andre the Giant was a significant cultural figure, covered in news programs, Shackletonstarring in films and television series, and appearing on The Tonight Show and Late Night with David Letterman. Next they look at another historically based comic, also published by First Second: Shackleton: Antarctic Odyssey, by Nick Bertozzi. This work focuses on the expedition that Ernest Shackleton took to the South Pole between 1914 and 1916, intending to traverse the Antarctic on foot. As the guys point out, this is another of Bertozzi’s comics about historical explorers, a previous title being 2011’s Lewis and Clark (also from First Second). Finally, Derek and Andy wrap up SouthernBastardswith a fun discussion — beginning with references to a dog taking a dump — of the new series from Jason Aaron and Jason Latour, Southern Bastards (Image Comics). Both of the guys are familiar with the Southern setting serving as the backdrop of this comic — Derek is from Charlotte, NC, and Andy has been living in South Carolina for a number of years — and they can relate to where the two Jasons are going. Derek, in particular, is excited to see Aaron back on a creator-owned, non-superhero title, and both are enthusiastically on board for what appears to be another great Image series.

This episode’s incidental music is brought to us by
T-Bone Burnett’s The True False Identity

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 147 (11/28/10)

The year may be coming to an end, but the good reads keep going strong! Pick Of The Week goes to Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez for Locke & Key: Keys To The Kingdom #3 (IDW). Fast Five picks include Batwoman #0 (DC), The Traveler #1 (BOOM! Studios), Justice League: Generation Lost #14 (DC), Scalped #43 (Vertigo), and Detective Comics #871 (DC).

Bat books are still going strong as well!

Discussion: HeroesCon 2010 Wrap-Up

 

    About a month ago the Dollar Bin attended HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC.  A couple weeks after they got together with HeroesCon staff and attending profesionals Jason Latour and Chris Brunner to discuss the experience.  This is their tale.

Podcat Link: http://www.thedollarbin.net/shows/discussion-heroescon-2010-wrap-up.html#comment8892772

HeroesCon 2010 Panel: 12 Gauge Comics: On Target!

    Join Publisher Keven Gardner and Art Director Brian Stelfreeze as they walk you through 12-Gauge Comics’ 2010 line-up of books. Joined by first-time HeroesCon guests Mick Foley and Shane Riches of the high-octane series R.P.M.; Rebekah Isaacs, Jon Price, and David Norton of the magical series MAGUS; and Eben Matthews, the BOONDOCK SAINTS comic series-producer. But that’s not all! HeroesCon regulars Chris Brunner and Jason Latour will be on-hand to discuss their highly anticipated series LOOSE ENDS; along with Tony Shasteen, the illustrator of the provocative new crime series 25 TO LIFE. Don’t miss it! (Q&A to follow)

Podcast Link: http://www.thedollarbin.net/shows/heroescon-2010-12-gauge-comics-on-target.html