It’s time to talk The Forever Maps, a fascinating story of family and immortality! In Episode 427 this week, Wayne Hall talks with Michael Lagacé.
In Episode 424, Wayne talks with scripter Brian Wickman about his new comic, Grit from Scout Comics.
In Episode 422, you’ll hear my great conversation with Brandon Rhiness from Higher Universe Comics, and he discusses two of his best-known books, Chainsaw Reindeer and The Boy with a Balloon for a Head.
John Beatty is a comics legend known for his excellent inking and artwork. He’s probably best recognized for Marvel’s Secret Wars and Captain America.
Creator Nathan Lueth is back, and he has important news for Impure Blood fans!
It’s Episode 406 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week we focus on interviews from this year’s Dragon Con, which took place a few months ago
It’s another great crowdfunding episode this week, #402! First up is Travis Horseman, then everything wraps up with the return of Gilbert Deltrez.
Even though I didn’t make it to San Diego Comic Con this year, I got to interview Allen Ling from Genesis II, a great series I came across at a previous SDCC! This week in Episode 395, I talk with Allen about this forward-thinking comic that is years ahead of its time, with a gripping sci-fi story that pulled me in and wouldn’t let me go! This book has great characters, a compelling story, and a tremendous presence whenever their team visits a convention! It was great to chat with Allen about this and the other projects he’s working on,…
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!
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.
Matt Knowles, the creator of Heirs of Isildur, and his editor, Steph Cannon, talk about the Indie comics series as well as the music.