It’s time to talk The Forever Maps, a fascinating story of family and immortality! In Episode 427 this week, Wayne Hall talks with Michael Lagacé.
Browsing: Scout Comics
Scout Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of this week’s Canopus #2 from Dave Chisholm.
It’s Episode 425 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week Wayne has three special guests!
In Episode 424, Wayne talks with scripter Brian Wickman about his new comic, Grit from Scout Comics.
Stranded on an alien planet far away from Earth, Helen Sterling must find a way to make it back to her homeworld, if she could only remember exactly who she is and why she’s where she is. Your Major Spoilers review of Canopus #1 from Scout Comics awaits!
Scout Comics sent Major Spoilers this first look at Canopus #1 by writer, artist, musician…
I hope you’re ready for another great double-header week! In Episode 407.
Scout Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Heavenly Blues #6 – the final issue of the digital comics series that lands on comiXology on Wednesday.
Encountering the unknown has long been something of interest, particularly when our own lives are falling apart, and that includes our families.
In The Forever Maps, young John discovers the unusual, and its impact is beyond what he could imagine!
Episode 398 is a very special one as I interview high-power comics creators!
What would happen if people truly started to exhibit superpowers? Would most persons be afraid of them? Would the government have to step in and learn about them? Would they need to be separated from everyone else in order for peace and security to be maintained?
In Episode 393, Wayne Hall talks with writer Michael Gordon about the new miniseries Red Winter from Scout Comics! We discuss his other series Transdimensional, which has a Kickstarter going on right now that you can support! Both books are terrific comics stories, so be sure to listen to this episode.
As much as I love my superhero comics, I need to explore other universes. One of the places I enjoy going to is crime noir.
Criminal is one of the very best books out there in this genre, but I’ve discovered a comic that will give it a run for its money when it comes to crime drama. That book is Red Winter.