In Episode 330, everything kicks off with Sean Wang, maker of Runners, a high-power, fun adventure series that tells a great sci-fi/fantasy story! Then the episode concludes with my interview with creator Mark Darden, who discusses his Guano Guy comic.
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
I’ve really been fuming lately over the stranglehold Diamond has over comics distribution in the United States. For instance, if you want to put a great superhero book out, if you’re not part of the “bigger” companies, they’ll flat-out reject your series, no matter how good it is. “Too many superhero books,” they say, as I’ve heard from several Indie comics creators. Well, maybe someone’s finally doing something about it!
Jenn St-Onge is a Canadian, a artist and a woman on the upswing! She is currently working on the independent comic Finding Molly for EMET Comics in addition to commissions, fan art and pictures of cats. Jenn took some time out of her busy schedule to talk with Major Spoilers across timezones and share some insight about how she broke into the elusive comic book industry.