Browsing: Wayne’s Comics Podcast
Have I got a treat for you in the latest episode of my Wayne’s Comics Podcast! I talk with writer/artist Bryan Talbot about Grandville: Noel, the latest in a series of hardcover graphic novels made available here in the States by Dark Horse. The books follow Inspector LeBrock, a badger with the detective skills of Sherlock Holmes. We talk about the series including the characters and how long it will continue. Then Mr. Talbot discusses his other projects as well, so you won’t want to miss it!
This week, I introduce you to another rising star in the comics industry, the folks at OSSM (pronounced “awesome”) Comics. To learn more about them and their products, go to their website at this link! I talk with OSSM creators Siike (pronounced “seek”) Donnelly and Omar Spahi, who also are guiding the company into being another “up and coming” comics producer, ready to break into the mainstream by developing excellent comics filled with top-notch stories and art. We discuss their current books, Thaniel, Foster, Monomyth and Xenoglyphs, that latter miniseries leading into their ongoing Separators comic. You’ll want to learn…
This week, I talk with television director Eric Dean Seaton, the creator of an excellent series of graphic novels called Legend of the Mantamaji from “And … Action” Entertainment! To learn more, check out his website at this link! Also, the first volume is now available in local comics shops and digitally!
He’s back! It’s always great to chat with one of my very favorite comics writers, Michael Alan Nelson, who’s creating Hexed and Day Men for BOOM! Studios! We discuss both of those comics, including Hexed’s history and how he became involved with Day Men. We also discuss a favorite subject of mine, women characters in comics, as well as the characters in each of the books he’s currently working on! I’m sure you’ll enjoy what he has to say, so don’t miss it!
Did you pick up Constantine #18 at your local comics shops this Wednesday? If so, you’ll enjoy my interview with Jeremy Haun, the new artist on the title, tremendously! If not, you’ll still have a great time listening! We discuss how he landed this assignment as well as what it’s like to be working on a comic that has a television show based on it! He also reflects on his time working on Batwoman and talks about Bad Karma, a great anthology project he’s been putting together with friends. Everything wraps up when he updates us on other projects he’s…
FutureDude Entertainment is a “new” comics/transmedia company you’re going to want to follow because they make great comics, excellent animation and terrific games! You can check out my review of their Parallel Man: Invasion America #1 at this link: http://majorspoilers.com/2014/10/03/parallel-man-invasion-america-1-review/.
When you get to your local comics shop this Wednesday, be sure to pick up The Woods #6 from James Tynion IV. You should also be able to purchase that series’ first trade paperback and the fifth issue, which came out from BOOM! Studios not long ago! That way, you’ll be able to be caught up on this great horror story! During this week’s 147th podcast episode, James returns to my podcast to talk about The Woods as well as Memetic, his next BOOM! project coming out on October 22! You’ll hear him discuss both excellent books during this fun chat!
What if you didn’t qualify to run a giant robot warrior? Would you still be interested in helping behind the scenes? That’s the premise for the new book from cosmictimes.net, Giant Robot Warrior Maintenance Crew, and this week, I chat with artist Mervyn McKoy about the three-issue miniseries. The first installment hit local shops the end of August, and the second issue will be arriving soon, so don’t miss it!
Looking for a new take on the superhero genre? Then you should be reading the excellent Black Market from BOOM! Studios and Frank J. Barbiere, who I have a great chat with this week! I hope you picked up the third issue of this great miniseries, which arrived in comics shops this past Wednesday!
If you aren’t reading The Delinquents miniseries from Valiant Comics, you should be! This week, I chat with James Asmus, who has been scripting Quantum and Woody for the past year, and is now co-writing Delinquents, which combines the previous duo with Archer and Armstrong, another great dysfunctional pair! James talks about writing the books and what the future may hold for Quantum and Woody, including their original creators coming back to show how they’re doing in today’s world. Don’t miss it! Next week, there’ll be another fun chat with a great comics creator as we count down to episode…