It’s the 63rd episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast, now at comicbooked.com!
This week, Mark Andrew Smith returns to talk about Sullivan’s Sluggers, his Kickstart success, as well as other projects he’s working on including the follow-up to Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors for Image Comics. You can buy his creations at comixology.com, among other places such as the nearest comics store.
Next, I review this week’s comics, followed by Gianluca Glazer talking with me about the latest News & Previews. Then everything wraps up with my visit to your local comics shop to see what’s new!
The eleventh episode of The Process where current creators are brought into the mix to discuss their work and act as a sounding board for the crew.
This episode Ryan chats with the mind behind Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors, Mark Andrew Smith and get into his past work as well as the Kickstarter campaign behind his newest project, the baseball horror mash-up with James Stokoe, Sullivan’s Sluggers.
(Note: Audio cuts out at the beginning, but Ryan asked Mark to explain Sullivan’s Sluggers)
In this episode I once again interview writer Mark Andrew Smith. We discuss how he came to collaborate with James Stokoe on Sullivan’s Sluggers, Kickstarter in general, and how he would improve other boring sports.
This week on Atlantic Canada’s only comic book podcast (seriously, are we all alone out here?…hello?) we welcome comic book writer Mark Andrew Smith. Mark is a Harvey and Eisner award winning comic creator with such works as ‘Popgun Comics Anthology’ and ‘Aqua Leung’ to his credit. He was also nominated for two Harvey awards for ‘New Brighton Archeological Society’ which was named ‘Best All Ages Comic’ by MTV Splash Page. He joins us this week to chat about his most recent work ‘Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors’ from Image comics which has it’s collected edition hit shelves today.
Happy Mothers Day! Pick Of The Week goes to Jeff Lemire for Sweet Tooth #21 (Vertigo). Fast Five picks include Avengers Academy #13 (Marvel), Jonah Hex #67 (DC), Gladstone’s School For World Conquerors #1 (Image), Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth #3 (Dark Horse), and Heroes For Hire #6 (Marvel).
I have yet to see Thor this weekend thanks to sold-out showings. I guess I should go checkout the awesome webcomic and sponsor of the show VALKYRIE SQUADRON instead!