Comics Alternative Interviews: W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor

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Time Codes:

  • 00:00:26 – Introduction
  • 00:02:16 – Setup of interview
  • 00:04:11 – Interview with W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor
  • 00:59:17 – Wrap up
  • 01:00:47 – Contact us

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On this interview episode, Gwen and Derek have the pleasure of talking with W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor. Their latest book, One Week in the Library, comes out next week from Image Comics. Most of the discussion topics surround this new work — how the two creators met, their process of collaboration, the ideas behind the book’s structure and intertextual allusions — but Gwen and Derek also talk with their guests about their previous collaboration, Judas: The Last Days, as well as their separate efforts, including Will’s current IDW series, The Electric Sublime. And, of course, a lot of talk about books and a lot of talk about libraries. What’s more, you don’t have to be a bibliophile to enjoy the conversation!

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About Derek Royal

The Comics Alternative is a weekly podcast focused on the world of alternative, independent, and primarily non-superhero comics. (There’s nothing wrong with the superhero genre…we just want to do something different.) New shows become available every Wednesday…much like the comic books you get. Episodes feature reviews of graphic novels and current ongoing series, discussions of upcoming comics, examinations of collected editions, in-depth analyses of a variety of comics texts, spotlights on various creators and their oeuvre, roundtable discussions with prominent critics and scholars in the field, and interviews with the artists and writers who make all of this possible. Along the way, Andy and Derek will talk about the various books that they are reading; the many pop cultural references that, for better or worse, inform their lives; and the unpredictable (and inexplicable) weirdness that seems to creep into each episode. In essence,The Comics Alternative podcast is brilliantly simple: Two guys with PhDs talking about comics.

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