Time for another double-header episode this week, as Wayne Hall interviews Benjamin Roman and Jonathan Lewis.
Dynamite Entertainment announces a Kickstarter for the Cosplay Women of Dynamite Deluxe Ultra-Premium Trading Cards.
This week, in Episode 367, I talk with creator Terrance Grace about this engaging book about H.P. Lovecraft, and we discuss the Kickstarter supporting this project, which is now underway.
Recently some figures came to light that showed Kickstarter hit a new fundraising record in 2018, particularly when it came to comics.
I have really enjoyed the TMNT: Shadows of the Past board game, but it really didn’t have a true co-op play. That will all change with IDW Games coming Kickstarter campaign for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures board game coming our way in 2019.
It’s the return of Johnathan Lewis this week in Episode 353, and it’s always great to chat with him about the projects he’s working on!
If you’re in love of Pathfinder is so great you would love to get your hands on even more Pathfinder merch, you are in luck as Dynamite Entertainment has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for the first-ever resin statue for the Pathfinder game.
As we continue to gear up for Halloween, Episode 347 features the return of Travis Horseman, one of the main creators behind Amiculus: A Secret History!
JASON INMAN, ASHLEY VICTORIA ROBINSON AND DEZ PITTMAN LAUNCH KICKSTARTER FOR “SCIENCE” ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL
Dynamite Entertainment and Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. are pleased to announce a partnership with Lynnvander Studios to create the next phase in Tarzan’s legendary history; a new board game starring Tarzan, Jane, and the rest of his friends and foes as an epic, playable adventure!
Episode #334 features one of my all-time favorite comics writers, Doug Moench!
IDW Publishing’s It’s Alive! imprint has announced plans to publish the first-ever collection of the time-traveling Indy cult comic book hit from the 1980s, Aztec Ace!
After a long hiatus, Runners, the fan-favorite sci-fi adventure series about alien smugglers, returns, starting with a new color edition of Volume 1: Bad Goods.
Zenescope Entertainment launched a Kickstarter yesterday for its “bishoujo-style” line of statues based on the female characters from its comic book line. Not surprising, the campaign was funded in only three hours.