One phenomenon in comics that always grabs our attention is when a hero turns to “the dark side.” The latest example can be found in Batman/Superman taking on several DC heroes made “evil” by The Batman Who Laughs.
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.
Even though I didn’t make it to San Diego Comic Con this year, I got…
The debate has been raging on for years now: What will comics be like in…
I find the most enjoyable humor to be the self-deprecating kind. You know, the ones…
In Episode 394, Wayne Halle talks with Bill Coulombe, the main creative force behind this great Indie comic, who discusses how Kinetic came to be, how he assembled his team of creators for the comic, and what we might see from them in the near future!
I always wondered why comics weren’t coming out with more adventures with Samurai Jack. After all, he wandered the future for a long time, and I doubted that every challenge he faced was included in the animated series.
Turns out I was right. In Samurai Jack: Lost Worlds, each issue has a complete story with Jack, and the books are very true to the show.
During a recent sci-fi/Trek convention, I ran a discussion panel on The CW’s upcoming ‘Crisis…
In Episode 393, Wayne Hall talks with writer Michael Gordon about the new miniseries Red Winter from Scout Comics! We discuss his other series Transdimensional, which has a Kickstarter going on right now that you can support! Both books are terrific comics stories, so be sure to listen to this episode.
As much as I love my superhero comics, I need to explore other universes. One of the places I enjoy going to is crime noir.
Criminal is one of the very best books out there in this genre, but I’ve discovered a comic that will give it a run for its money when it comes to crime drama. That book is Red Winter.
This past weekend, I was at GalaxyCon Raleigh 2019 in North Carolina! This convention was previously known as Raleigh Supercon, but a new owner bought some of the SuperCon franchise, so some of the Supercons will still have that name moving forward. The ones under the new ownership are called GalaxyCons.
Bob Salley is back, and he’s talking making comics, working with other creators, Indie books, Kickstarter, and many other facets of the industry!
This year’s SDCC has happened, and we’ll be sorting out everything that took place in…
Infinite Dark is one of those great science-fiction stories that sadly only comes along once in a while. It reminds me why I love that genre so much!
Matt Knowles, the creator of Heirs of Isildur, and his editor, Steph Cannon, talk about the Indie comics series as well as the music.