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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Scout Comics, Phillip Kennedy Johnson, music, comics, smoketown, Pennsylvania, crime drama, abuse, military
FeaturedPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

This week, in Episode 278, I talk with Phillip Kennedy Johnson, creator and writer of the series.

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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Darby Pop Entertainment, Ghost, Jeff Marsick, Scott Barnett, crime drama, Viking funeral, Irish wake,
FeaturedPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

I recently wrote a review of Dead Man’s Party, an excellent crime drama now in trade paperback from Darby Pop Entertainment. Well, in this week’s episode, I get to talk with the story’s creators, writer Jeff Marsick and artist Scott Barnett! We discuss how this unique and powerful story came to be, hint at the fascinating shocks and surprises you’ll find there, and tell you how you can get this both in paperback format and digital as well (not to mention a way you can get this title and high-octane coffee ). If you love crime stories and mysteries, you’ll read

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Brian Buccellato, Travis, Sons of the Devil, Image Comics, OSSM Comics, Kickstarter, True Detective, Orphan Black, Helter Skelter, cults, crime drama, death
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Cults are one of those things that truly scares me, even in this “enlightened” age! I think that’s because given the right circumstances, just about every one of us could find the loss of individuality to gain safety something we’d agree to. And that’s frightening! What this comic does is explore one such cult, and in an era when we like to think NOTHING will set us back on our heels, this book sent shivers up and down my spine!

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Brian Michael Bendis has confirmed that the FX network is actively developing a pilot based on the BMB/Michael Avon Oeming Powers series. “‘Powers’ is in active development as a pilot at FX,” Bendis told MTV. “I just handed in a draft to the network and we’re getting our notes from the network as soon as this thing is over. So next week I’ll get the notes, and as long as they don’t involve sock puppets and some sort of orgy scene that I’m not interested in, then hopefully it will go in the right direction.” While active development is a

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Boom StudiosSneak Peek

If you got a kick out of Mark Waid’s Potter’s Field mini-series, you’ll be happy to know there’s a new Potter’s Field one-shot arriving in March. “I’m excited to return to this character,” said series writer and BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid.  “I’m genuinely fascinated by the concept of a nameless avenger going out of his way to help everyone but himself, embarking on what seems to be a totally impossible mission.  I created John Doe with a simple idea in mind, but the storytelling potential keeps me up at night.  POTTER’S FIELD: STONE COLD gives me a chance to

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MarvelSneak Peek

Fans of Cap Killer Ed Brubaker will probably be interested in his upcoming crime drama Incognito, hitting shelves in January.  Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that the company claims is a mash up of noir and super-heroics.

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