It’s a great week here at the podcast, so it’s time for another great conversation! In Episode 448, it’s the return of David Pepose, the writer of Going to the Chapel and Spencer and Locke, two wonderful comics you can order through your local comics shop!
In Episode 447, it’s the return of Insymmetry Creations’ Matt Knowles and Steph Cannon, who have a Kickstarter that will conclude today!
In Episode 442 this week, I talk with Indie creator Brian Menard from Dojo Kun Comics about several of his company’s creative offerings!
I enjoy variety, which is why I’m talking with Lynsey G. and Jayel Draco from Oneshi Press during Episode 441!
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of X-Men (2000) with Damion Poitier in the third installment of the Geek History Lesson Summer Movie Club!
Time for another great doubleheader this week in Episode 437!
Two interviews this week on the Wayne’s Comics Podcast. Wayne interviews Caleb Thusat and Louis, Southard.
In light of Diamond shutting down comic book distribution and publishers closing down active production Independent Comic Creators are some of the only creatives currently making content.
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.
In Episode 424, Wayne talks with scripter Brian Wickman about his new comic, Grit from Scout Comics.
In Episode 422, you’ll hear my great conversation with Brandon Rhiness from Higher Universe Comics, and he discusses two of his best-known books, Chainsaw Reindeer and The Boy with a Balloon for a Head.
John Beatty is a comics legend known for his excellent inking and artwork. He’s probably best recognized for Marvel’s Secret Wars and Captain America.
Creator Nathan Lueth is back, and he has important news for Impure Blood fans!
It’s Episode 406 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week we focus on interviews from this year’s Dragon Con, which took place a few months ago