It’s landmark Episode 300 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! To celebrate, I’m sharing the great interviews I recorded at this year’s New York Comic Con with many great DC Comics creators, all of which took place from October 4 through the 7th! You’ll hear my chat with Marguerite Bennett from Batwoman and DC’s Bombshells followed by my interview with Flintstones creator Mark Russell. After that is Tim Seeley discussing Green Lanterns, Gail Simone from Wonder Woman/Conan, and Cecil Castellucci, who scripts Shade the Changing Girl, followed by James Tynion IV, who talks about Detective Comics and his new series working with Jim Lee. Next up is legendary creator Neal Adams and a writer new to the show: Ray Fawkes, who is launching a revisited Ragman, and then there’s a brief chat with Steve Orlando about Supergirl. Things wrap up with John Romita, Jr., talking about his upcoming projects with Frank Miller and Superman, among other things! Please note that I did have some slight technical trouble, so you’ll hear a crackle or two, but not often! 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:
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:
Scott Snyder, Metal 1:35
Tom King, Batman 6:58
Steve Orlando, Justice League of America 15:13
Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps 24:14
It’s the Wednesday before Halloween, so it’s time once again for the Two Guys with PhDs to look at this season’s spooky, horror-filled offerings. This year, Andy and Derek discuss 10 individual titles, some of which were specifically published for Halloween 2016 and others with particular themes and release dates that nicely coincide with the holiday. They begin with four all-age anthology titles and then move on to works that, while not specifically intended as Halloween specials, capture the spirit of the season in one form or another. In total, they discuss:
On this podcast we talk about Diggle’s new helmet, the Arrow: Season 4 trailer and Force Friday. Then it’s on to comics with reviews of Plutona #1, Deadpool vs Thanos #1 and Miracleman #1. Everything old is new and reprinted. Listen in!
At last weekend’s Sumter Comic Arts Symposium, Andy sat down with Tim Seeley in front of a live con audience and talked with him about his various comics, including Grayson, Batman Eternal, Effigy, Revival, and Sundowners. Along with Ray Fawkes (not part of this interview), Tim was one of the special guests at this first-ever Sumter event, which is described on the Sumter county’s website as:
an event like no other. This fun-filled event celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative creators working in comics and graphic novels today. From colorful cosplayers, once-in-a-lifetime Q&A panels, to exhibitions highlighting comics-inspired artworks along with prized original comic art from local collectors and emerging comic artists, the Sumter Comic Arts Symposium is sure to be the highlight of the Spring season.
Doc is joined by the quietly ubiquitous Professor Ryefleur, who diverts his attention away from RhymesWithGeek.com just long enough to have a fruitful conversation about recent headlines, and even helps review some comics!
We talk Doctor Who, Milo Manara’s “Spider-Woman” #1 variant cover drawing some criticism for being too sexy, Alan Moore’s video game and energy drink, and Frank Miller’s disdain for all screen versions of Batman. THEN we review “The Fade Out” #1 by image comics, “Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland” By IDW, and Dark Horse’s new Tim Seeley joint, “Sundowners #1”. Thanks for tuning in!
PS: Contest drawing moved to next episode when Shepherd returns.
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Tim Across America pt 3! Visiting Chicago, Tim links up with some local comics people, including a couple we’ve heard from before, for a wide-ranging discussion. Topics include: Public perception of comics and comics readers in the US; interactions between US comics and manga; reasons not to use comics as a stepping stone to getting your movie made; living with the creative impulse; the relative lack of diverse voices in American comics; and more.
Ed Siemienkowicz, creator of the comic Chrome and Dust, and also of the Voice of the Republic podcast (and Deconstructing Comicsepisode 227);
Dale Lazarov, writer of gay erotic comics such as Nightlife and Manly (and previously heard in Deconstructing Comicsepisode 202);
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On this episode DeWayne and Chris are joined by WITCHBLADE scribe – Tim Seeley! We talk to Tim about getting the writing job and about his first arc that will be out in trade paperback on May 16 for $9.99!