Wayne’s Comics Podcast
It’s a double-header episode again this week, as #269 features interview with writer Charles Soule and artist Alberto Alburqueque.
Monsters are something many of us truly love and, during this week’s Episode 268, Russell Nohelty from Wannabe Press is back, giving us the scoop on his Kickstarter that will be beginning this Tuesday for his hardcover, 244-page anthology called Monsters and Other Scary Shit.
I’ve got a real treat in store for you in this week’s episode, #265! Prolific and excellent comics writer Ron Marz is here, and he discusses Ominous Press, where he’s working with Bart Sears as they create, as they like to call it, “Relentless. Powerful. Comics.” We talk about Ron’s previous storytelling, including his creator-owned books, as well as what he’s doing now with Ominous. He also lets us know what projects he’s working on that he can tell us about as well as how his start in the business has prepared him for today’s industry. The Ominous Press website
I love diversity in comics! In Episode #264 this week, I talk with Roye Okupe from Youneek Studios who has created E.X.O. The Legend of Wale Williams, currently available in a high-power pair of graphic novels set in a future Nigeria, Roye’s home country. We discuss what’s going on in the Youneek Universe, including a potential animated film about E.X.O. as well as more characters and graphic novels we can enjoy, all taking place with more diverse characters and stories! To keep up with Roye’s exploding career, you can go to the Youneek Studios website, their Facebook page and keeping
Ready to visit the front lines of the comics industry? In this week’s episode, #263, I talk with Dave Romeo, the owner and operator of Comics on the Green, a high-power comics shop that’s been a standard setter for the industry since he opened it over two decades ago! Dave understands both the business and fan aspects of comics, so we talk about everything from how 2016 went in his shop to what he envisions taking place in 2017. We discuss comics companies including Marvel, DC, Image and AfterShock, as well as the impact of comics-related moves and TV shows