Some of the collectibles that used to be regularly found at these cons were apparently no longer there. On the other hand, some newer collectibles seem to have taken their place. At least, according to my observations.
Browsing: Scout Comics
Every once in a while I encounter a comics company I’ve never heaters of, and that makes me curious about them and their books.
Well, at the recent Baltimore Comic-Con I came across the latest of these groups, and that was AHOY Comics.
Since I actually had a little extra time this Labor Day holiday weekend, I was…
To get ready for this “Christmas in May” celebration, I talk in Episode 327 with two of the creators of Scout Comics Presents The Mall #0 co-writer James Haick and artist Rafael Loureiro!
This past weekend, I was attending SC Comic Con at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina. I’d never been to a comic convention in this state before, so I was curious to see how this went.
I’m happy to welcome the creators of a great new Scout Comic’s offering called Welcome to Paradise! I talk with scripter A.C. Medina and artist Morgan Sawyer about the post-apocalyptic world in which society has survived… to some degree!
Happy New Year! It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! Get ready to support another terrific book from Scout Comics—Shiver Bureau from Walter Ostlie!
This past weekend, I attended one of my favorite cons, the 2017 edition of the Baltimore Comic-Con! Something happened that distracted from the event… for the second year in a row!
Episode #295 features Matthew Erman, a co-creator of a fascinating new book from Scout Comics called Long Lost!
There was a lot of discussion at this convention about the perception that dealers – those folks who sell things at cons – took in significantly less money than last year.
In Episode 281, I talk with Ben Kahn, the creator/scripter of Heavenly Blues, coming soon from Scout Comics.
This week, in Episode 278, I talk with Phillip Kennedy Johnson, creator and writer of the series.
I talk with James Pruett, creator and writer of the series, who also plays an important role in that comics company’s management.