To celebrate their new all-crossovers issue, three of the editors from The Devastator magazine, Geoffrey Golden, Amanda Meadows and Asterios Kokkinos, join us to talk about them this week! We get into our first crossovers, why they’re so interesting, why inter-company crossovers beat out intra-, and our absolute favorites!
Matt’s on vacation, so there’s no episode this week.
We actually had plans to do one for you and things…well, they went awry. We’ll be back with one next week, though. An episode that will magically appear even though Matt isn’t here this week to record it.
One of his comics projects, Queen and Country, is reportedly becoming a movie, and one of the comics he wrote for quite a while, Batwoman, was in the news a lot this week, but we’ve got Greg Rucka talking to us about something else entirely: The Prisoner! We dig deep into the classic show and its influences on comics, including Greg’s own work! Plus, a highly musical installment of the War Rocket Ajax Love Haters!
Our guest this week is the writer of FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, formerly known as Collider, Simon Oliver! We stay shockingly on-topic with our discussion of physicists in documentaries, an anti-gravity high school, the difficulty of titles, whether people can turn into boats, describing crazy physics anomalies to artists, and much more! Plus, a Charles-based Love Haters!
The “NPR brony” and writer of two issues of the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Micro-Series, Ted Anderson, sits down to talk with us this week about brony culture, doing impressions, Daniel Day-Lewis, “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me,” and much more!