It’s another great double-header weekend, this time in Episode 333! First up is the return of Tyler Chin-Tanner from A Wave Blue World, who has a Kickstarter going on for the anthology book All We Ever Wanted: Stories of a Better World! We discuss this project, including his role in it and who else is making this positive book happen! The project concludes on Wednesday, July 4, at 12:04 p.m., so be sure to get your support in now!
Then everything wraps up with Jay Gillespie, who does just about everything except print his Indie series Severed Souls: The Order of the Revenant. This book explores the supernatural and its possible impact on people and the world since ancient times. We discuss the upcoming release of the sixth issue and what else we might expect from him in the near future! You can buy and download his first five issues on Comixology at this link, order paper copies at this link, or join his Patreon here!
It’s another double-header this week in Episode 326! First up is Stephanie Phillips, writer for Kicking Ice, a terrific story about two young girls and hockey, and Yawaan, a supernatural thriller dealing with possession. She discusses both books in depth, including how they came to be as well as who the characters are. For more about Stephanie and her comics, be sure to go to her website here.
Then everything wraps up with my interview with Rafer Roberts, who talks about his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries Modern Fantasy, and his webcomic Nightmare the Rat. Rafer tells us about each story, where they came from and what we can expect from him and these stories in the future! For more about Rafer and his storytelling, check out his website here.
Landmark Episode 325 goes where this podcast has never gone before – Two interviews about the same great upcoming comic, Flavor from Image Comics! First up is the return of Joe Keatinge, writer and co-creator, and culinary consultant Ali Bouzari. They discuss this fun comic, sharing behind-the-scenes info about the importance of cooking and food to talking about the various characters and their roles in this new ongoing series.
Then we turn to the art team as I talk with artist and co-creator Wook Jin Clark and colorist Tamra Bonvillain. We delve into the look of the series, including choices of color and appearance of characters and backgrounds. You won’t want to miss this series as it adds “flavor” to your comics reading diet! Don’t miss it!
Happy New Year! It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s ComicsPodcast! Get ready to support another terrific book from Scout Comics—Shiver Bureau by Walter Ostlie! The first issue of this series is available to order through your local comics shop, so be sure to listen to this episode to learn how! During our interview, we discuss how he creates this great comic (as well as his other books and webcomics), where the ideas behind Shiver Bureau came from, and what we can expect from Walter in the future! Check out his website at this link, his Shiver Bureau page here, and his Facebook page here, among other social media sites! Don’t miss next week’s episode as we kick off 2018 with another terrific conversation with another great comics professional!
Reviews: Dark Days The Forge #1, The Defenders #1, Legion Of Super-Heroes/Bugs Bunny Special #1, Martian Manhunter/Marvin The Martian Special #1, Blood Drive
Emily Edwards returns to the rotating co-host chair. Jimmy was at Heroes Con over the weekend and all he brought back for her was a lousy recap! But you get to hear it too. He moderated 3 panels and got about 14 interviews. Some of which you’ll hear here! He got to chat with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kata Kane, Melody Often and Yoshi Yoshitani. News includes: The Walking Dead: Here’s Negan gets the hardcover treatment, seven evil Batmen are coming, Kingsman is returning to comics, Ben Templesmith is bringing back Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse, and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Reviews: Generation X Vol 2 #1, Eternal Empire #1, Luke Cage #1, X-Files Funko Universe #1, Agents of SHIELD S4 finale, Supergirl S2 finale
Emily Edwards returns to co-host after a brief hiatus! The Five Points Fest was this weekend and Jimmy attended. Check out his thoughts on the comics/toy show. They also discuss the Into the Badlands finale along with Dutch cartoonist Aimee de Jongh’s TCAF diary comics. Speaking of TCAF, It’s the last of the TCAF interviews that Jimmy got when he was in Toronto. You’ll hear him talk to Sandrine Revel (Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo) with special assist from translator Charlotte. He also chatted to old pal Jamie Tanner (The Consumptive 3). News includes: Netflix announces a Dark Crystal prequel, Supernatural will do an animated Scooby-Doo episode, Once Upon A Time will lose cast members & reboot next season, Tom Hardy will be Eddie Brock in the Venom film, Hellboy Hell Water Cinnamon Whiskey is here, The Runaways is returning to comics, DC Comics will explore the Dark Multiverse and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
It’s always great to talk with independent comics creators, particularly those who are adding fresh storytelling to the industry! This week, I talk with Justin Bartz, the writer and co-creator of an excellent book titled Project Shadow Breed. Both issue zero and number one are now available, and I enjoyed them both! Together with Josh Schneider and Matt Maldonado, Justin has successfully fused superheroes with the supernatural. He talks about bringing the series together and what the future holds for the title, including their hopes to have it debut on comixology.com very soon! To buy this book today, you can order it through their website. Be sure to listen in and discover another great indie comic!
Hey folks, here’s an Extra Point to pass the time! This time, Ian talks AnimeNEXT, Supernatural, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Walking Dead comic (slight spoilers for Volume 14 and 15), Saga, Hawkeye and a few more things! Enjoy!
As always – we are sponsored by DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! For those of you who have not used DCBS before you can save an additional 8% off your first order via the promo code: CT8. Plus, be sure to check out DCBS‘ new Comixology digital store!
Hey, look! It’s a full episode of Comic Timing! This time, Brent and Ian are joined by Gabe Perez, who now wanders around the podcasting world aimlessly after Strangers With Comics stopped coming out. In this episode, you’ll hear a bunch of conversation about the recent tumultuous changes DC Comics has been dealing with, including entire creative teams leaving books before they are even out. Plus, listen to our take on where Comixology might go next; will Comixology’s troubles with downtime lead to a shift in how companies release their digital books? Since this episode was recorded, Marvel reissued their Free 700 Issues offer, but the debate remains valid, as nobody could buy ANY digital books for nearly four full days while their server issues were being resolved.
We also do a little general conversation as usual, including Superior Spider-Man and Avenging Spider-Man, Ian’s Brooklyn Public Library woes, the second to last episode of The Walking Dead Season 3, and a bit on The Walking Dead comics now that Ian is 70 or so issues in. Oh, and Gabe’s pipes are now clean. I left that part in because it’s GOLD!
As always – we are sponsored by DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! For those of you who have not used DCBS before you can save an additional 8% off your first order via the promo code: CT8. Plus, be sure to check out DCBS‘ new Comixology digital store! And be sure to check out this year’s Super Show, which is taking place April 6-7th at the Greater Reading Expo Center.
Reviews: Beasts Of Burden Neighborhood Watch, Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe #1, First X-Men #1, Love And Capes What To Expect #1, Epileptic
It seems the San Diego Comic Con coverage will never end! Roving reporter Melissa attended the roundtables for the hit show Supernatural and chatted with stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padelecki, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, and Mark Sheppard. Along with creator Ben Edlund and showrunner Jeremy Carver. The sound for the interviews isn’t great but still lots of good content! Wear your forgiveness headphones and enjoy! Good pal Jenny sits in the rotating co-host chair this week and discusses why reading Epileptic was so personal and moving for her. News includes: Society of Illustrators acquire MoCCA, Marvel Now! creators announced, 2000AD goes day/date digitally, New SyFy series from Shyamalan/Noxon and Fuller, and Jonathan Luna returns solo. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!