Time for another double-header episode this week, as Wayne Hall interviews Benjamin Roman and Jonathan Lewis.
Browsing: Wayne’s Comics
This week, in Episode 368, I’m talking with the creators of one of THE very best comics on the stands today (in my opinion)—The Freeze from Top Cow!
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.
Mysteries are always great fun to read, in my opinion. Trying to figure out “whodunit” is a nice mental exercise, so I enjoy it a lot, especially when the solution makes sense.
Of course, add some supernatural elements to it, and mostly all bets are off! The challenge is to make the mystery engaging and still relatable, and that’s what Alterna Comics’ Midnight Mystery does superbly!
This week, I interview Frank Martin, creator of Modern Testament: Anthology of the Ethereal, and Luke Cooper, creator of Hollow Girl, to talk about Hollow Testament, a new crossover book that brings both creators together as well as their creations!
Welcome to 2019! In Episode 363, you’ll hear my terrific conversation with David F. Walker, a comics creator who has worked on Shaft, Luke Care, Nighthawk, Cyborg, and Occupy Avengers, just to name a few!
Happy New Year! It’s time to end 2018 with a great exclamation point interview for the year here at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast!
It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, with a great interview and my yearly holiday tradition!
Comics Creator Sam Johnson is back in Episode 360, and the important news about Geek-Girl, his high-octane comic about a young girl who gains access to powers through, of all things, a pair of glasses!
Ben Rankel is the creator of a fascinating graphic novel from Renegade Arts Entertainment called Frank.
They’re back, and they have important news for Impure Blood fans! In Episode 358, I talk with creators Nadja Baer and Nathan Lueth, who created this epic series!
In Episode 357, I’m happy to interview Mani the Uncanny, the woman who does the scripting and the art for this engaging miniseries, Orphne.
It’s great to discover a high-power storyteller when you go to a comic convention, and one of the most recent “finds” for me has been Chris Charlton, scripter of many wonderful tales including Black of Heart, Binary Gray, The Dolls, and Open Tree, just to name a few!