This week, Bob Salley from Salvagers is back, and he updates us on many of his projects, including the second miniseries in that successful sci-fi title, his recently completed Kickstarter project for Jasper’s Starlight Tavern, Shelter Division coming out from Source Point Press, and other great comics and projects he’s working on. We also discuss his first convention of 2017, which will be a special one, and the recent addition to his family, among other things! Don’t miss this terrific interview with a high-power Indie comics creator!
Ruben Romero from Think Alike Productions is back, and he’s got a hot Kickstarter going on for his Three Swords project at this link! He discusses how the comic is a re-imagining of the Three Musketeers, but with a twist! He’s working with Salvagers’ Bob Salley to make this book full of action, adventure and magic! As this episode was being completed, the project was really close to meeting its goal, however, their goal has now been met! Don’t let that discourage you – you can get all kinds of great stretch goals if that’s happened! If not, consider helping make their goal with your pledge! Ruben also talks about many of the great things going on at Think Alike Productions such as The Agency, but you can find more at their website here! To buy their comics digitally, go to comixology at this location!
It’s a special week here at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, as we talk about two currently ongoing Kickstarter projects you can help support! First up is Bob Salley from Salvagers, who’s Salvagers #5 project came to an end Tuesday, February 2, at 5:06 p.m. We discuss his popular series, including a new set of villains he’s introducing to the series as well as other things we might see in this second go-round of this popular sci-fi franchise! Then I chat with Marcelo Bravo and Alex Lobato about their double-barreled project focusing on Gargoyle Girl and Redux by Proxy, teaming up Maelstrom Comics and Dark Side Global. They talk about how you can support both books before their Kickstarter concludes on Sunday, February 21, at 9:31 p.m. EST. I highly recommend both Kickstarters so you can help support excellence in independent comics! Don’t miss this landmark episode!
This week, Bob Salley from Salvagers returns to give us some exciting news, so he’s up first in episode #201! Then my coverage of this year’s New York Comic Con continues with three special interviews. You’ll hear my chat with Nick Dragotta from Superman: American Alien followed by my interview with Wonder Woman creator Meredith Finch. Then everything concludes with my talk with Injustice: Gods Among Us creator Tom Taylor, who has a couple of fascinating DC projects to discuss. Again, 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:
Salvagers: Bob Salley 1:15
Superman American Alien: Nick Dragotta 19:53
Wonder Woman: Meredith Finch 26:30
Injustice Gods Among Us: Tom Taylor 35:48
Next week, I wrap up my coverage of NYCC with three more great interviews, so be sure to listen in!
When a notorious serial killer strikes terror in Paris, they call on Scotland Yard to help bring the murderer to justice! It’s murder mystery just the way I like it, so I’m chatting with writer Kristian Fraga, producer Benjamin Charbit, and adapter Ruben Romero about Prey for Angels, a Think Alike Production comic that you just might see in a theater near you sometime soon! We discuss the miniseries and its creators as well as how you can access this terrific comic! To download your copy, go to comixology at this link! To find out more about Think Alike Productions, check out their website!
This week, it’s the return of Salvagers creator Bob Salley, who brings with him Kelly Bender from Starburn. We get the latest news from both creators about their sci-fi books, then we dive into an extended discussion about independent comics, including how each came up with their book concepts, how they were produced and what we might see from them in the future. If you didn’t get to attend the recent San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to tune in and listen to this dynamic panel discussion. I learned a lot, and I’m sure you will, too!
This week’s episode features the return of Alex Lobato, one of the creators of MaxHunter: Snow Fall, now from Think Alike Productions (which includes Dark Side Global). Alex is kicking off his latest Kickstarter campaign on this series, and you listen to this interview to learn how you can contribute! He discusses how Max Hunter came to be, how great opportunities are opening doors for more Max Hunter adventures and what the future might hold for this character and Gateway City! The first issue is now available for only $.99 at comixology.com, but can also be found at darksideglobal.com. Be sure to listen in and stay to the end of the interview to hear something great that Alex had happen during this year’s Megacon in Orlando, Florida!
Salvagers is a high-octane, blue-collar sci-fi comic coming from creators Bob Salley and George Acevedo. This week, I chat with both of them about their successful series, with the fourth issue of the Salvagers: Abandoned Cargo miniseries coming out soon. We discuss the book’s beginnings, characters and artwork, as well as their Kickstarter campaign, which will be wrapping up soon. You can support this excellent title by going to Kickstarter.com before their campaign concludes on Wednesday, May 13. For more information, check out the Salvagers Facebook page or their website! I hope you’ll join me in supporting this quality comic and listen to this fun interview!
I always think it’s a great thing when comics professionals work together, and my three guests this week are doing just that!
Ruben Romero from The Agency, Alexander Lobato from Max Hunter and Robert Salley from Salvagers are combining their forces to help get their excellent products out so fans both new and old can read them. They discuss what they’re doing and give us an idea what we can expect from them in the future. I’ll just say that it has something to do with Think Alike Productions and encourage you all to give a listen to their exciting plans!