Just Another Fanboy #79 – Digital Comics: Yes or No?

Having trouble choosing between digital and physical comics?

Unfortunately this episode probably won’t help.

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Critiquing Comics #053: “Barbadango”

barbadangoThis is the prettiest comic we’ve seen in quite a while! Gorgeous art and a promising story characterize George Caltsoudas’ all-ages digital comic Barbadango. Tim and Mulele savor.

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#349 Expanding comics’ audience, pt 1

Recently asked on our Facebook group: What would you do if you controlled Marvel and/or DC? This led to another question: How can comics, particularly in the US, gain a larger audience?

No one’s really sure of the answer to the second question, but its a good springboard for podcast discussion of comics evangelism and the state of the industry in general. What role will digital comics play? In the first installment of an occasional series, Tim bounces these questions off our friend Tom Spurgeon.

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Wayne’s Comics #68 with Joe Harris from Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and Great Pacific

Joe Harris, Comics, Great Pacific, Batman, DC Comics, Fearnet, Witchwise, Baltimore Comic-Con, Gianluca Glazer, hardcover, digital, Firestorm, Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous, Syfy

It’s the 68th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast!

This week I have a great interview with Joe Harris, accomplished comics creator of such books as Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men. He discusses his short film Witchwise and upcoming projects including “Arkham’s Ghost” for Legends of the Dark Knight and Great Pacific at Image. We talk about many things in the comics universes, including hardcovers and digital comics. For more information about Joe’s work, you can check out his website at joeharris.net!

Then I review the latest comics, followed by Gianluca Glazer discussing the latest News & Previews! Everything wraps up with my review of the recent Baltimore Comic-Con, so don’t miss it!


Comic Book Road Show 185 Chris Roberson

We have returning guest comic writer and author Chris Roberson to talk about the end of his Vertigo run IZombie,the creation of his comic company MonkeyBrain comics as well as his comic Edison Rex. We also talk about his upcoming work on the Dynamite Pulp comic “Masks” drawn by Alex Ross and more. http://www.monkeybraincomics.com/ This podcast is sponsored by Friendly Neighborhood Comics http://friendlyneighborhoodcomics.com/ Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ Join us on the forums at http://www.forumforgeeks.com

Wayne’s Comics #66 with Phil Hester from Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight and Guarding the Globe

The Wayne’s Comics podcast is now at ComicBooked.com! This week’s interview is a great one with Phil Hester, accomplished comics writer and artist! He talks about his three-part digital comic for Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight entitled “Slam!” then discusses other projects including Guarding the Globe for Image and Bionic Man for Dynamite! All three segments of “Slam!” are now available for purchase, so go to this link at dccomics.com or use your DC Comics app to pick them up!

Next comes Pete Casazza from the popular Big Planet Comics in College Park, Maryland, who reflects back on the summer and looks ahead to the fall in his successful shop. Then I review this week’s comics, and everything wraps up with Gianluca Glazer joining me for this week’s News & Previews, a special Rob Liefeld edition!

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Two True Freaks! Episode 260 – Comics Monthly Monday #41


This month, the Freaks are back on format and spend the vast bulk of the episode desperately trying to bring some much needed attention to a neat little super-hero flick that just appeared outta nowhere, with no fanfare whatsoever, and could really use a box-office boost ’cause, strangely, absolutely no one seems to be talking about it.

The Freaky Five Returns! As does everybody’s FAVORITE segment — Get Chris To Read A Goddamn Super-Hero Comic!! What’s covered this month? Download the ****in’ thing and find out, fer chrissakes! I don’t slave over this shit for hours just so you can find out all the juicy bits in the blurb, y’know!



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Deconstructing Comics #230: Longbox and “Axe Cop”

Longbox Digital‘s comics reader beta was unveiled at Emerald City Comicon in March. Is it any good? Tim and Mulele review. Also: hilarious Web comic “Axe Cop“!

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Two True Freaks! Episode 67 – Comics Monthly Monday #10


TOO….MUCH… COMICS ……..FOR A HUMAN TO ENDURE! In another crammed-full episode, the Freaks somehow find the time to talk about their usual Walking Dead, Superman Family, and Swamp Thing comics while also fielding letters, crank calls, bad sound effects, and bad jokes. They rejoice/lament nerdom’s seemingly new-found pop culture credibility and ponder whether old-fashioned paper comics are going to get Kindled to death. Also — another heartfelt plea by Scott to check out Jonah Hex! Don’t miss it!

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Too Old to Grow Up! – Episode 55 – The Changing Page of Comics

If there is one constant, it’s that everything changes, and the comic industry is not immune to that.  It doesn’t matter if it’s online ordering or local shop, paper or digital, indy or mainstream, there are more choices than ever when it comes to collecting and reading comic books.  We take a look at the options and give our take on the changing page of comics.

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