Wayne’s Comics Podcast #292: SDCC DC 2017

Scott Snyder, Metal, Batman, Tom King, Steve Orlando, Justice League of America, Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, Joshua Williamson, The Flash, Tim Seeley, Green Lanterns, Gail Simone, Wonder Woman/Conan

It’s post-San Diego Comic-Con week here in Episode 292 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! You’ll hear my interviews with many terrific DC Comics creators, all of which took place at this year’s big SDCC from July 20 through the 23rd! You’ll hear my chat with Scott Snyder from Metal and various Bat-titles followed by my interview with Batman creator Tom King. After that is Steve Orlando discussing Justice League of America and Robert Venditti, who continues his acclaimed run on Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, followed by Joshua Williamson, who talks about The Flash. Next up are two creators new to the show: Tim Seeley, who is set to take over Green Lanterns soon, and then things wrap up with Gail Simone talking about her upcoming Wonder Woman/Conan crossover! As always, special thanks to Charlotte Sandler from BH Impact and the folks at DC Comics’ publicity! You’ll find the sequence and times you can hear each interview during the podcast below:

  1. Scott Snyder, Metal                                                                      1:35
  2. Tom King, Batman                                                                        6:58
  3. Steve Orlando, Justice League of America                                15:13
  4. Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps         24:14
  5. Joshua Williamson, The Flash                                                    31:50
  6. Tim Seeley, Green Lanterns                                                       40:13
  7. Gail Simone, Wonder Woman/Conan                                        48:28

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #252 With NYCC DC 2016

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, DC Comics, New York Comic Con, NYCC, Shea Fontana, DC Super Hero Girls, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Superwoman, Phil Jimenez, Tom King, Batman, Joshua Williamson, Flash, Godspeed, Barry Allen, Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan, Green Lantern, John Sember, Cyborg, John Ficarra, MAD Magazine,

This week, you’ll hear my interviews with many terrific DC Comics creators, all of which took place at this year’s New York Comic Con from October 6 through 9! You’ll hear my chat with Shea Fontana from DC Super Hero Girls followed by my interview with Superwoman creator Phil Jimenez. After that is Tom King from Batman, then Joshua Williamson returns to discuss The Flash. Next up Robert Venditti is back on this podcast, this time talking about Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corp, followed by John Semper Jr., scripter for Cyborg. Then everything concludes with my talk with MAD Magazine Editor John Ficarra, who talks about some interesting directions the magazine is doing in. Again, special thanks to Charlotte Sandler from BH Impact and the folks at DC Comics’ publicity! You’ll find the sequence and times you can hear each interview during the podcast below:

  1. Shea Fontana, DC Super Hero Girls                                              1:24
  2. Phil Jiminez, Superwoman                                                               10:08
  3. Tom King, Batman                                                                              18:45
  4. Joshua Williamson, The Flash                                                         28:19
  5. Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps         39:23
  6. John Semper, Jr., Cyborg                                                                  49:20
  7. John Ficarra, MAD Magazine                                                           59:22

 

ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 62: NAILBITER from Image Comics

https://soundcloud.com/comicsverse/comicsverse-podcast-episode-62-nailbiter

NAILBITER is the first comic I have ever read or considered reading. Admittedly, I was skeptical of what I could possibly gain from reading comics as I had snobbishly resided in graphic novels, and refused to step into the world of comics.NAILBITER exceeded my expectations of craft, skill and storytelling. I came to appreciate the characters and commend Joshua Williamson for the agency he gives his characters to tell the story, rather than committing to an overcompensating plot that drags them along. The comic invites us and our preconceived notions of the “murderer,” into a world of serial killers. Slowly the text unravels these false narratives that enable the simplification of identity to one defining aspect. As such, it is with intent and great skill that Williamson sets us up with Finch, an army interrogator, to discover the truth about Buckaroo.

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Learning about the serial killers through Finch’s exploration soon becomes an experience of turning inward. I felt myself not only questioning the ways we, as a society, categorize people through their actions and our own obsession with getting to know the serial killer, but also the ways in which we distance ourselves from the type of human who becomes a killer. Media and enabling fictions of contemporary society tell us that the serial killer is a type of person, a person who can be pointed out in a crowd based on distinct acts and appearances. NAILBITER refuses to subscribe to these narratives and instead asks us to try to imagine the killer as someone like ourselves, thus uncovering the multifaceted nature of humanity.

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Speaking on this podcast has been a great experience. NAILBITER is simply one of those texts you can revisit and discuss several times and still have more questions and possible explanations. As we worked through the comic, I began to see and understand the many layers that compose NAILBITER but also the many layers of comics themselves. Having gained a newfound respect for comic books, I am very excited to delve deeper into their world.

For your convenience, this episode of the ComicsVerse podcast is also available on iTunes and SoundCloud!

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Top 5 Comics Podcast Episode 69

Comic book round table. This week, we have – The 201podcast logo small 695 year-end review!! and more ………..

Run Times –

News In Comics…. – 2:32 – 8:50

Top 5 Picks for the Year 2015 – 8:51- 1:20:10 Books to watch – 1:20:11

 

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Comic Book Road Show Joshua Williams

We have returning guest Joshua Williamson back to talk about his upcoming new Image book Nail Biter. We also have an interesting conversation about his experience at the recent Image Expo as well as some of the issues sparked by the announcements. And the new arc on his other Image title Ghosted and Captain Midnight by Darkhorse

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Wayne’s Comics #116 With Joshua Fialkov from Skyman

Wayne's Comics, Wayne Hall, Joshua Fialkov, Skyman, Marvel, Ultimate, The Bunker, Oni Press, JLA, Batman, Joshua Williamson, Dark Horse, Captain Midnight

I hope you’re already reading Skyman from Dark Horse and The Bunker, coming soon from Oni Press!

Creator Joshua Fialkov joins me for a fun interview about the projects above as well as his work for Marvel’s Ultimate line. You’ll learn a lot about all of his writing and what’s likely coming our way in the near future from him!

Then everything wraps up with a look at recent news, including a certain classic superhero show coming out on DVD this year and a direct-to-DVD animated feature arriving in Target that I hadn’t heard about! You might want to check it out if you also aren’t aware of it!

Be back next week for another great interview, among other things!

 

Where Monsters Dwell 253 with Joshua Williamson

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This week on your favourite LIVE comics radio program, we welcome comic book writer Joshua Williamson to the Monster Cave. You know Joshua’s work from such books as DC Comic’s ‘Voodoo’ and ‘Superman/Batman’, Marvel’s ‘Incredible Hulks’, and ‘Xenoholics’ at Image. His graphic novel ‘Mirror, Mirror’ is currently being turned into a TV movie and his new book Ghosted, from Image hit stands just today! He joins us to chat about all this and more, so If you have a question for Joshua Williamson, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or give us a call at 506-453-4949.

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Comic Book Road Show Joshua Williamson

We are joined by Joshua Williamson (http://bbcinnercircle.blogspot.com/) who has written for a wide variety of publishers and titles including DC Comic2019s Voodoo and Superman/Batman, Marvel2019s Incredible Hulks, Image comics with Dear Dracula and Joshua Williamson s and Sketch Monsters for ONI Press. His most recent ongoing comic is Masks and Monsters published by MonkeyBrain comics. 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/

Cammy’s Comic-Con Corner – Long Beach 2010

I interview the artist Buzz at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Tales of Atomika, Ground Creeper, and more.

I interview creator Jules Rivera at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Marsh Rocket, Valkyrie Squadron, and hand sanitizer.

I interview artist Tim Bradstreet at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Raw Studios, Bad Planet, and more.

I interview creator Rebecca Hicks at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about her comic Little Vampires.

I interview creators Josh Finney and Kat Rocha at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Titanium Rain 2, Transcend, and more.

I interview writer Michael Colbert at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Crazy Mary, Tales of the Supernatural, and more.

I interview the creative team of Darkwing Duck from BOOM! Studios at Long Beach Comic Con 2010. Joining me is James Silvani, Ian Brill, and Tad Stones.

I interview writer Joshua Williamson at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Superman / Batman, Mirror, Mirror, and more.

I interview writer Richard Starkings at Long Beach Comic Con 2010 about Elephantmen and more.

Long Beach Comic Con 2010 wrap-up!