The writer of DC Comics’ New Suicide Squad, Sean Ryan, joins us this week! We start off with a discussion of “Hot for Teacher” and people who have the same names as us, and it just picks up from there. We discuss how Sean worked as an editor at Marvel and DC, the concept for his Suicide Squad, c-list villains, and much more! Plus, more Every Story Ever entries!
The co-creator and artist of Southern Bastards, Jason Latour, joins us this week to talk about sweet tea, barbecue, logos on clothing, meeting Jason Aaron, dog poop, and so much more! It’s our most Southern episode ever. Plus: More Every Story Ever entries!
The writer and artist behind the Image Comics series Rocket Girl join us for this week’s show! We talk about costume design, 1980s nostalgia, cool comic titles, Kickstarter, Japanese death tea, and much more! Plus, more entries into our Every Story Ever list!
Our guest this week is the writer of Princeless and the upcoming series Illegal, Jeremy Whitley! We talk with him about con experiences, My Little Pony, the Baroness, Kickstarter, and much, much more! Plus, more entries (this time guest-suggested) into our Every Story Ever list!
This week, we’re talking to the co-writer of Grayson and Batman Eternal, and the writer of the new Dark Horse series Sundowners, Tim Seeley! As you might expect, we discuss spy stuff and Batman, but we also talk about Myrtle Beach comic conventions, weird panels, real-life superheroes and a ton more! Plus, three new entries in our Every Story Ever list!
Brandon Stroud, writer of With Leather’s “Best and Worst of Raw” column and the new horror movie Meet Me There, joins us for this week’s show! We talk about wooing Dustin Rhodes and Jill Thompson to be in his movie, Rob Liefeld, how Todd McFarlane’s art is like fashion, what it’s like to write a low-budget movie, and much more! Plus, three more entries to our ever-growing list of Every Story Ever!
Our guest this week is the an accomplished critic and commentator, as well as the writer of Judge Dredd Mega City Two: City of Courts, Douglas Wolk! We talk to him a ton about the history of Judge Dredd and 2000 AD, balancing being a critic and a creator at the same time, fans becoming creators, the moving target of authorship, and, of course, Prince. Plus, more entries into our Every Story Ever list!