In Episode 417, Wayne talks with Justin Richards, creator of Finger Guns from Vault Comics, which arrives in late February!
Author Wayne Hall
Wayne Hall creates the Wayne's Comics Podcast. He’s interviewed Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, John Layman, Kyle Higgins, Phil Hester, Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray, David Petersen, Christos Gage, Mike Grell, and Matt Kindt. On this site each week, he writes his "Comics Portal" column (general comics comments and previews) and reviews comics.
Something interesting is happening with DC Comics titles featuring Wonder Woman and The Flash.
In Episode 416 this week, I welcome comics creator Chad Strohl from Infinity: A Tale of the Inferno, an excellent book that puts a new spin on a popular classic tale!
Every time I hear someone say, “There’s nothing new you can do with superheroes anymore!” I have to laugh. Several new series have showed us that there’s still life in this beloved genre, including Dragonfly & Dragonflyman #3 from Ahoy Comics that genuinely looks at how different the Adam West Batman and the Christopher Nolan Batman are.
The comics industry has been shifting from the monthly title to more mini-series and such recently.
In Episode 415, we’re kicking off 2020 with a fun conversation with Richard Rivera, the creator of Stabbity Bunny, and artist Chris Hamer!
It’s only hours now until we leave 2019 behind and meet 2020. I always like…
It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! We wrap up 2019 with a fun interview with creator Travis Gibb.
It’s always great when something different really catches your attention. That’s what Klaus and the Life & Times of Joe Christmas #1 from BOOM! Studios is – touching and unique! Here is your chance to read our thoughts on the comic in this Major Spoilers review.
I think it’s always good to look back at a year just about over… what went well, what didn’t. I wrote a similar column last year, so I thought it was time to reflect as we turn the last few pages of 2019.
Happy Holidays! It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, with a great interview and my yearly holiday tradition!
Sidekicks used to be all the rage. Originally, they were supposed to be someone younger readers could identify with. Robin was for the kids, they said. He also gave Batman someone to talk with when laying down plot points and all.
Does every masked character/vigilante who selects a sidekick do that child a favor? Or is he doing something to that kid they both would later regret?
That’s part of the story in Skull Digger and Skeleton Boy #1 from Dark Horse.
The biggest news of the week seems to have been the revelation of Superman’s secret identity.
The bad part of this kind of thing is that what appears to be a permanent change will really last for what in comics is really a very short time.