Wayne’s Comics Podcast #265 With Ron Marz

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Ron Marz, Batman, Green Lantern, Silver Surfer, Marvel, DC, Ominous Press, Demi-God, Prometheus, Giant Killers, Bart Sears,

I’ve got a real treat in store for you in this week’s episode, #265! Prolific and excellent comics writer Ron Marz is here, and he discusses Ominous Press, where he’s working with Bart Sears as they create, as they like to call it, “Relentless. Powerful. Comics.” We talk about Ron’s previous storytelling, including his creator-owned books, as well as what he’s doing now with Ominous. He also lets us know what projects he’s working on that he can tell us about as well as how his start in the business has prepared him for today’s industry. The Ominous Press website is at this link, but the best source for info is at their Facebook page, and you can keep up with Ron on Twitter. He’s got a lot of great things to say, so don’t miss this episode!

 

Wayne’s Comics Podcast With Israel Idonije

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Israel Idonije, Athlitacomics, Ron Marz, Bart Sears, Protectors, Galek, Isaac Chike, sports, Chicago Bears,

Creator Israel Idonije, along with writer Ron Marz and artist Bart Sears, has delivered to comics fans The Protectors, which has the first five-issue arc available now in trade paperback! I met Israel at this year’s C2E2, and I was happy to pick up and dive into this great comic story! I talk with him about his two loves, sports and comics, and how he has blended them together. We also discuss how The Protectors came to be as well as what we can expect in the future! For more about The Protectors, be sure to go to this link, or this one to purchase your copy. Don’t miss this highly recommended series!

Arc Reactions – 58 – Parallax Saga

We continue our Followup Fall series with Parallax Saga. This story follows on the heels of the Death and Return of Superman story that we covered in 2014. We discuss Parallax, Kyle Rayner, women in refrigerators and more with special guest Cade from View From the Gutters.

 

 

Talking points
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BAD THINGS
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Women in Refrigerators (8:19)
Rise of Parallax (14:29)
Execution of the story (21:24)
The Guardians (42:44)

 

GOOD THINGS
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Hal Building Coast City as a Construct (48:12)
Kyle Rayner, the Greatest American Green Lantern (54:38)

 

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As mentioned in the episode
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Death of Superman
Reign of the Supermen

Our next podcast will be Bat Books For Beginners 146 – Batman: Dead Reckoning on Tuesday, September 20th. Our next Arc Reactions episode will be Sweet Tooth 12-17 on October 2nd.

We would like to thank Packie Wambaugh for recording our intro and outro music for us.

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More To Come 57: Comics are for Everyone

More to come

Now at our new Saturday broadcast day, recorded by the Comics World division of Publishers Weekly Magazine, it’s More To Come! Your biweekly dose of insider comics publishing news, discussion and controversy.  Starring Heidi MacDonald, the Eisner-nominated blogger of ComicsBeat.com, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of Publishers Weekly and Kate Fitzsimons, More To Come’s intrepid producer!

In this week’s episode,  the More to Come Crew discuss discuss Mark Millar, Todd McFarlane and the relationship between women and superhero comics, Skype Hype: a new way to connect comic shops and creators masterminded by Ron Marz, Jimmy Palmiotti and Steve Niles, celebrating Jack Kirby with the Hero Initiative, comic cons around the world including Comiket, the Taipei Comic Exhibition and Comic Con Express Hyderabad, top picks of the week and much more on PWCW’s More to Come.

Stay tuned for our next regularly scheduled episode – there will definitely be More To Come!

 

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Panel Discussions #0018 – Fabian Nicieza & Ron Marz

Shortly before the final New 52 titles came out, we were joined by Fabian Nicieza and Ron Marz to talk their upcoming books for DC. Unfortunately that episode was lost to the sands of time and the whims of Libsyn. Now it’s back!

Music by Jonathan Coulton (www.jonathancoulton.com) and Jimi Hendrix.
Ron Marz – www.ronmarz.com

Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 111 – ECCC 2011 Part 4

The Backroom Comics team conclude their coverage of Emerald City ComiCon by interviewing Ron Marz (Green Lantern & Witchblade), Erik Larsen (Savage Dragon), Ian Boothby (The Simpsons & Futurama), and Sarah deLaine (PR & Marketing Coordinator at Image Comics).

Questions? Comments? Stop by the Backroom Comics Podcast website.

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F BombCast 115: Lincoln, Spawn, and Ron Marz…Oh My!

Lincoln, The Civil War, Mark Twain, Spawn, and Ron Marz; What do these things have in common? Fuck if I know, but it made for a very entertaining and enlightening podcast. We start with some history that may or may not have been taught to you in school, the subject is a passion of both me and kevin, so please bear with us. We then lead into book censorship, which brings us to Rambo, yeah if you don’t think we have ADD than HEY WHAT IS THAT? oh right, we talk some action movies, and the spawn animated show. Batgirl helps explain the history of batman…with stick figures, and poor Ernie just wants to get away from General Glory. Ron Marz wants to shit on the people that buy his comics, Axel Alonzo acts like he was the guiding force at Vertigo. Finish it up with a little Manga and whether or not Daken hates the chicken and that is what I call podcast gold.

Get it on iTunes, at http://www.fbombcast.com, or this sexy little player right here