We’re welcoming back Dredd: Uprise writer and expert about all things 2000 AD, Arthur Wyatt to the show! We talk to him about how Uprise may be treading on controversial ground, Judge Dredd’s history with fast food mascots, Rogue Trooper, tropes of dystopian future tales, and much more! Plus, three more entries into Every Story Ever!
It’s our annual Halloween special, and our old pal Benito Cereno is back to talk about his story in this year’s Boo! anthology, his childhood werewolf character, costumes of his youth, candy, and of course, his spooky movie recommendations! Plus, one more Every Spooky Ever list!
The editor of the Boo! horror comics anthology, Jon Morris, joins us for this week’s episode! We talk to him about the long history of Boo!, just what kinds of Halloweeny stuff he really likes, post-mortem body plans, his new book about regrettable superheroes, and much more! Plus, another Every Spooky Ever list!
Our old pal Rusty Shackles is back after a long absence from the show, and he’s talking to us about one of our favorite topics: Castlevania! We also talk about his cover art for the newest installment of the Boo! anthology, kung fu movies (obvs), the Nintendo 64, and much more! Plus, more Every Story Ever entries!
Jim Zub, the writer of Wayward and Skullkickers among many, many other comics, joins us for the show this week! We talk with him about realistically depicting teen angst, the comparisons between Wayward and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, juggling six monthly titles, and (of course) role-playing games. Plus, three more entries into our Every Story Ever list!
This week, Chris and Matt are talking with Box Brown, the writer and artist behind Andre the Giant: Life and Legend! We talk to him about research, figuring out just what to believe when wrestlers give “shoot” interviews, what he had to cut out of the book, Joey Bishop, and much more! Plus, three more Every Story Ever entries!
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!