Wayne’s Comics Podcast #299: Jon Santana

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So you think nothing more can be done with superheroes? Well, Indie comics creator Jon Santana is here during episode 299 to change your mind on that one! Jon’s writing shines in his creations Jaded, Wordsmith, Everhounds and Bejaded, a webcomic based loosely on Jaded. We talk about his realistic take on superheroes in Jaded, and some of what we can expect as this high-octane miniseries concludes with the final two of six issues. You’ll also want to learn about the other projects he has coming, so don’t miss it! To access these books, be sure to go to Jon’s website at this link or check out Drive Thru Comics or at this link at comixology!  Jon can write everything from serious drama to comedy, so you’ll enjoy what he has to say! Next time, landmark episode 300!

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #228 With Jon Santana From ‘Jaded’

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What makes a hero? That’s just one of the topics I discuss with Indie comics creator Jon Santana during episode 228! Jon’s writing shines in his creations Jaded, Wordsmith, Everhounds and Bejaded, a webcomic based loosely on Jaded. We talk about his realistic take on superheroes in Jaded, and some of what we can expect as this high-octane miniseries concludes with the final three of six issues. You’ll also want to learn about the other projects he has coming, so don’t miss it! To access these books, be sure to go to Jon’s website at this link or check out Drive Thru Comics. Stay tuned for news about comixology and national distribution of the book in local shops, too!  Jon can write everything from serious drama to comedy, so you’ll enjoy what he has to say!

 

Comic News Insider Episode 548 – More Heroes Con w/ Stephanie Gladden, Paul Maybury, Adam Withers/Comfort Love, Bridgit Connell/Brockton McKinney, Jeremy Whitley, Valerie Stern

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Comic News Insider: Episode 548 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Defiance, Falling Skies, Orphan Black (season finale), The Musketeers, True Blood

Yet even more Heroes Con interviews so Jimmy flies solo.  He sat down over the weekend with a bunch of awesome cartoonists to talk about their work. You’ll hear from Stephanie Gladden (Girls of Monster Paradise), Paul Maybury (Sovereign), Adam Withers/Comfort Love (The Uniques), Bridgit Connell/Brockton McKinney (Killer Queen), Jeremy Whitley (Princeless), and Valerie Stern (Hooray for Harold). News includes: DC announces 2 new Batman books (Gotham Academy & Arkham Manor), Dynamite offers huge Humble Bundle package, Porkins gets a bust and more! Hope you enjoy. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 76: Reviews of The Park, Veil #1, and Sovereign #1

Parks, Fantasy, and Naked Women from the Subway

ParkThis week on The Comics Alternative, Andy Wolverton joins Derek to discuss three new titles. First, they sift through Oscar Zarate’s new graphic novel, The Park (SelfMadeHero). The Two Guys focus on Zarate’s handling of character development, making The Park an Veil1engaging case study in family expectations and disappointments. They also comment on the lush art and how it sets the tone for the entire narrative. Next, they look at two #1 issues, beginning with the new series from Greg Rucka and Toni Fejzula’s Veil (Dark Horse Comics). Derek and Andy W. point out the various mysteries embedded in this first issue and how it propels the reader into the issues that will follow. Along with that, they discuss Fejzula’s artwork and how his pallet is the perfect match for Rucka’s dark and ambiguous narrative. From there they turn to SovereignSovereign, the new series by Chris Roberson and Paul Maybury (Image Comics). While both guys had some initial reservations — there is a lot packed into this first installment, perhaps more than a single issue can adequately contain and maintain coherency — they nonetheless feel that this issue requires multiple readings to be adequately appreciated. They admire Roberson’s ambitious world-building, and both guys trust the writer to carry through and flesh out this world in subsequent issues. All in all, Derek and Andy W. have a fun time discussing these three new titles that they highly recommend to all listeners.

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