Happy Holidays! It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, with a great interview and my yearly holiday tradition!
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This week, in Episode 411, I have a great conversation with creator Frank Gogol from Grief and Dead End Kids, both from Source Point Press.
This week in Episode 410, I talk with creator Michael Dolce about the series, including its history and what we might see in the future.
This week in Episode 409, I talk with creators Jeremiah Stemple and Joseph A. Michael from Pathway.
Indie creators are some of the most inventive storytellers in comics today, and this week I talk with one of the best up-and-coming talents around: Todd Black! Todd has a Kickstarter project underway for his book Tokyo Blade Detectives #1, and you can support him by going to this link! It’s described this way: “Tokyo, 200+ years in the future, nothing is what it was. In a land where guns are outlawed, only the blade can rule!” We talk about the series and how it came to be, who the characters are, and what the future might hold for this…
I hope you’re ready for another great double-header week! In Episode 407.
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
Episode 405 is yet another great double-header week! Everything starts with Caleb Palmquist from A Small World, and the episode wraps up with an update from Sam Johnson, who has just released the fifth ongoing issue of Geek-Girl.
It’s another great doubleheader episode this week in #404! First up is Gary K. Wolf, probably best known for creating Roger Rabbit, and Alexander Banchitta from Headless, who are both taking Killerbowl from novel to graphic novel! Then everything wraps up with the return of Brenden Fletcher, creator of such great books as Isola and the new Robotech Remix #1, which just hit the stands this week!
It’s another great double-header episode this week, #403! First up is the return of Ed Jowett from Shades of Vengeance, who has a great Kickstarter going on right now for ERA: The Empowered Volume 1: An 84-Page Graphic Novel. It’s described this way: “As superhuman powers emerge across the world, three individuals have to contend with not only villains, but other types of problems… .” It’s always great to talk with Ed, and we delve into these books, how the audio versions of their stories are made, and what we can expect from them in the months ahead! Then everything…
It’s another great crowdfunding episode this week, #402! First up is Travis Horseman, then everything wraps up with the return of Gilbert Deltrez.
It’s time for another great Kickstarter double-header in Episode 401