This week, we’re happy to welcome back Adam P. Knave, co-writer of Dark Horse Comics’ The Once and Future Queen, and then, look out! Series artist Nick Brokenshire drops in, too. We talk about how Portland is like Scotland but not like Cornwall at all, structuring comic series into mini-series, stepping up art styles, writing collaboratively, other comics with Aurthurian stories, whether there will be another Star War, and much more! Plus, we add some characters to the Panel President list!
For this week’s show, we’re happy to welcome Katie Schenkel, former ComicsAlliance staffer and writer of the digital-first comic series Moonlighters! We talk with Katie about werewolves, why there aren’t so many women lycanthropes in fiction, Draculas, working on a telephone-style project, making online communities happy, monster hunters and a whole lot more! Plus, we answer a listener question that we’d like a little listener input on!
Alex Segura isn’t just the head of PR for Archie and writer of the new Archies one-shot. He’s also the author of the Pete Fernandez series of crime novels, so we talk to him this week about comics vs. prose, murder fiction vs. idyllic Riverdale, Archie vs. noir protagonists, crossovers, portraying music in comics, and much more! Plus, we add some characters to the Panel President list!
This week, we’re more than pleased to welcome returning guest Leila Del Duca and new pal Kit Seaton to the show to talk about their new Image Comics graphic novel Afar! We talk with them about fairy tales and myths, creating humanoid (and not so humanoid) animal creatures, the transition from art to writing, whether Steve Austin is a wrestler, the publishing format of all-ages comics and a whole lot more! Plus, we answer a probing listener question!
Chris and Matt were at Emerald City Comic-Con in Seattle this weekend, where they recorded a live podcast with Charles Soule and Ryan Browne, co-creators of the Image Comics series Curse Words! We talk with them about wizards, the name Wizord, how their styles came together, cutting loose in a comic, coloring and much more! Plus, some surprisements!
A handful of personalities behind The Nerdy Show and the creative team of the maybe soon-to-be animated series Lightning Dogs join us this week! We talk to Cap, Doug and Tony about stumbling into the idea for the show, why animation is preferable in this case to comics, documenting the entire creative process, cartoon series from the ’90s, David Bowie, animation distribution and so much more! Plus, we add a few new characters to the Panel President list!