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.
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In Episode 426 this week, Wayne talks with Ian Sharman, editor-in-chief at Markosia Enterprises.
It’s Episode 425 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week Wayne has three special guests!
It’s time for the return of creator Joel Rodriguez from Dusk County Chronicles in Episode 423!
This week in Episode 419, it’s the return of creator Andrew Birkett from Atheris Entertainment, and he’s talking about his first full comic, Sam’s Scams
This week in Episode 418, it’s the return of creator Frank Gogol from Grief and Dead End Kids, both from Source Point Press.
In Episode 417, Wayne talks with Justin Richards, creator of Finger Guns from Vault Comics, which arrives in late February!
In Episode 415, we’re kicking off 2020 with a fun conversation with Richard Rivera, the creator of Stabbity Bunny, and artist Chris Hamer!
It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! We wrap up 2019 with a fun interview with creator Travis Gibb.
This week in Episode 412, it’s the return of writer Michael Heitkemper.
This week in Episode 410, I talk with creator Michael Dolce about the series, including its history and what we might see in the future.
Indie creators are some of the most inventive storytellers in comics today, and this week…
Baltimore Comic-Con is one of those great con experiences each year because they focus on comics! Yes, they do have some media guests, but they are often mostly known for comic- or genre-related shows! Happy 20th, BCC!
As much as I enjoy Baltimore Comic-Con, it also signals the time of the year when convention season begins to seriously wind down. I can’t help but think that Prince was right when he said, “Life is just a party, and parties weren’t meant to last.” Neither does con season.
Wayne’s Comics Podcast #404: Interviews with Gary K. Wolf and Alexander Banchitta, and Brenden Fletcher
It’s another great doubleheader episode this week in #404! First up is Gary K. Wolf, probably best known for creating Roger Rabbit, and Alexander Banchitta from Headless, who are both taking Killerbowl from novel to graphic novel! Then everything wraps up with the return of Brenden Fletcher, creator of such great books as Isola and the new Robotech Remix #1, which just hit the stands this week!