Hiya! ComiXology: Conversations is an interview-type show with comic book writers, artists, colorists, letterers, storytellers, reporters, journalists, and just about anyone making or reading amazing books. Hosted by Kara and Matt.
Hiya! ComiXology: Conversations is an interview-type show with comic book writers, artists, colorists, letterers, storytellers, reporters, journalists, and just about anyone making or reading amazing books. Hosted by Kara and Matt.
Hiya! We know there is a comic book for everyone and want to help you find it. xoxo
Rank #1: 323 | Joe Abercrombie and Chuck Dixon on The First Law.
Jake & Slim sat down LIVE via satellite with Joe Abercrombie and Chuck Dixon talk adaptations, Slim being creepy, fantasy, Stallone, and what they're reading! Setlist goes something like this: (00:35) - Saying 'yes' to turning First Law into a comic book (03:00) - Slim creeps out Chuck Dixon (03:53) - Adapting a completed work (05:08) - A "real" fantasy setting (06:30) - Pacing a novel trilogy into a 22 page book (07:30) - Sly Stallone rumors (10:40) - What are Joe and Chuck reading right now? Hosted by: @1hand1joystick | @slim
Rank #2: 290 | Mark Waid on Thrillbent!.
Jake and Slim sat down via Satellite with Mark Waid to talk Insufferable, weekly format, DD, and the Man of Steel trailer! Setlist goes something like this: (01.00) - What is Insufferable? (02.30) - Writing the ..to be continued weekly format vs 22 page comics (06.00) - Digital surpises (08.15) - "It's still comics" (09.00) - Daredevil: Thriller (11.00) - Man of Steel trailer and Superman Returns Hosted by: @1hand1joystick | @slim
I Read Comics
Rank #1: I Read Comics: Show 86.
New stuff and Watchmen movie review!
Rank #2: I Read Comics: Show 85.
Indy stuff galore!
A weekly panel podcast featuring a rotating list of guests discussing a vast array of topics about comics, the comic book industry, making comic books better and more. Hosted by Mike Rapin.
Rank #1: Episode 10 | Do Your Dishes for a Gameboy Game.
Hosts: Mike, Nick This episode was recorded on March 9th, 2015. This week, Mike and Nick discussed their comic picks for the week (Spider-Gwen #2 and Ninjak #1), the ramifications of Spider-verse, diversity in your pull list and what that means, the value of comics, and what buying bundles of comics (LootCrate, ComicBento, HumbleBundle, etc.) means for the every-week comic reader. Have…Continue readingEpisode 10 | Do Your Dishes for a Gameboy Game
Rank #2: Episode 128 | As Someone Who Went To The Louvre….
This episode was recorded on September 17th, 2017. Mike is back from Paris and boy is he cultured (not really… never. Ever.)! Luckily, Nick and Tia are great and know a lot and make up for the lack of culture as the trio dive in to discussing the unsung heroes of comics: Letters, Editors, Flatters, Colorists, Inkers, and more! Timestamps…Continue readingEpisode 128 | As Someone Who Went To The Louvre…
Part of the Deliberate Noise Network
Rank #1: Indie Comic Book Noise Episode 435 – “Shocking News”.
Kevin and Andy blather on which is really their weapon of choice to eventually get where they are going. Comics! Toys! IP! Super Dinosaur chat about comic and cartoon. Cartoon debuted first in Canada so Kevin had to brag even though he didn’t watch much and isn’t into the comic. Devolves into toy talk. We need Super Steve to nip that talk in the bud. Kevin’s new segment Shocking News of the week. He teases new Valiant series, The Visitor by -Spoiler Alert on credits – Paul Levitz and M.J. Kim. We move to asking if short seasons are better than continued numbering. moves to Manga as they like large numbers. Can you read Manga faster than western comics? This gay existence #1 by Adam Fair. Comics are forever. I could not find it on Comixology (cbg comics) Black Hammer/Justice League #3 (5 issue series) by Jeff Lemire and Michael Walsh . This might have spoilers as waiting on last issue of the first series. (Dark Horse and DC Comics) Dewey Delane in Weapon of Choice by Ben Tye. The comic is also online at his website. https://www.bentye.com/Dewey-Delane-in-Weapon-of-Choice Judge for yourself if Andy was wrong about the book. Once and Future #1 by Dan Mora, Tamra Bonvillian, and Kieron Gillen (Boom!) Building IP off of Mythology Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Usagi Yojimbo expanded hardcover by Stan Sakai and Tom Luth (IDW) Andy is still buying Coffin Bound (Image) but no review Shout outs Super Steve Bent Con the discontinued Comic Con Image United Gargoyles Cartoon Phil Enjoy! Twitter: @indiecomicbookn
Rank #2: Indie Comic Book Noise Episode 434 – The Fake Out.
Kevin and Phil try to fake out Andy before we continue this journey and talk some good ol’ indie comics. What if speculation on Bob Kane Mark Ashmore mini comic with 3 stories written by Mark Ashmore. Art by Tim Kelly, Kevin Castaniero, Jeff Stokely Noble Causes Archive editions 18 year anniversary Jay Faerber and plenty of great artists. Check out this entire series. (Image) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Urban Legends Vol 1 (IDW) by Gary Carlson, Frank Fosco, Adam Guzowski, Erik Larsen, Chance Wolf, Andrew Pepoy and Mark Heike. However Phil says goes B&W Accidentally buying dupes (Not that dupe or Madrox) Image Firsts (all only $1): Copra #1 by Michel Fiffe; Ice Cream Man #1 by W. Maxwell Prince and Mart N Morazzo and Chris O’Halloran; and Gideon Falls #1 by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino Bad Reception #1 by Juan Doe (Aftershock) Phil gives us a wish list of hard to find books including Super, The Drive-In, The Drive-in 2, Bearmaggedon (Ethan Nicolle). Chumble Spuzz (SLG) by Ethan Nicolle Winnebago Graveyard Vol 1 by Steve Niles and Alison Sampson (Image) Phil’s Pick of the Week – Rocket Salvage by Yehudi Mercado and Bachan (Lion Forge) Clue: Candlestick #1 by Dash Shaw (IDW) CGC talk Speculative Relationships, A science fictions romance comics anthology with Michael Manomivibul, Tyrell Cannon, Scott Kroll, Rinko Endo, Daniel Warren Johnson, and Isabella Rotman contributing Revenger #1 by Charles Forsman (Oily Comics) Shout Outs Super Steve Spawn #300 He-Man and Super Powers Mini-Comics Axe Cop by Malachai Nicolle and Ethan Nicolle Comic DB Transformers vs. G.I. Joe (IDW) Tom Scioli X-men Grand Design (Marvel) Ed Piskor Valiant books by Fred Van Lente Spawn kills everybody Enjoy! Twitter: @indiecomicbookn
A weekly discussion of comics and pop culture
Rank #1: 247 – Guts by Raina Telgemeier.
Hey Handsomites! Eric and Robbie are discussing Raina Telgemeier’s new book this week! They talk about the astounding maturity of the book, how they wish they had it as kids, and Telgemeier’s incredible storytelling. They also review SFSX #1 and Harleen #1! Floppies Fortnightly Everything #2The White Trees #2Strange Skies Over East Berlin #1SFSX #1Harleen #1Powers of X #5House of X #6 Nerd Boy Book Club Guts by Raina Telgemeier Next time in Nerd Boy Book Club – Emperor Joker by Jeph Loeb & Ed McGuinness
Rank #2: 213 – Saga of the Swamp Thing Books 1-3 by Alan Moore, Steven Bissette, & John Totleben.
Hey Handsomites! Eric and Robbie are talking about Swamp Thing this week! And just not any Swamp Thing, but Alan Moore’s defining run. They talk about it as a prototype for Sandman, the transition from old to new Swamp Thing, and its place in comics history. They also review Venom #1 and Avengers #1! Floppies Fortnightly Avengers #1 Venom #1 Coda #1 Death or Glory #1 Justice League: No Justice #1 Nerd Boy Book Club Saga of the Swamp Thing Books 1-3 by Alan Moore, Steven Bissette, & John Totleben Next time in Nerd Boy Book Club – Gwenpool, the Unbelievable Vol 1-5 by Hastings & Gurihiru
Paperkeg is the way comics were meant to be read – by hearing about them.
Rank #1: 050 | Usagi Yojimbo.
We celebrate our 50th episode with the return of a former host. Setlist goes something like this: news, comic chatter, book club, and letters! Special thanks to YOU for our iTunes reviews and/or ratings so far; they help spread the word about the show. Topics included, but were not limited to: Welcome back, Mark Farrington Mark wants to be get arrested Jonesy is unreliable The Walking Playboy Dead (7.40) WonderCon or something Todd McFarlane trolled you Mark's favorite actor is Tom Hanks Comics chatter. (13.00) Madrox, Samurai's Blood, Conan, and SAGA Lighting Round™. (29.00) Action Comics, Green Lantern, The Manhattan Projects, and Batman & Robin Usagi Yojimbo. (31.00) Your letters! (44.50) Plugs, pre-ordering print books and pricing, Red-lining, and how many weekly book we read. This show was sponsored by the fine folks over at The Comic Book Shop in Wilmington, Delaware. Are you a digital comics person? They've got you covered with their Digital Strorefront! Twitter | Facebook | Tumblr
Rank #2: 299 | Starship Troopers.
It’s all been leading to this: Starship Troopers. The primary topic: bugs! Other topics include successful t-shirt campaigns, getting kidded, and finding Carmen attractive. Sponsored by: The Comic Book Shop. The best place to grab your comics, statues, busts, and action figures in lovely Wilmington, Delaware. Half-Double Design. Not your granny's crochet. Links: Support the show Subscribe on iTunes
The MakingComics.com crew is joined by artists from around the globe to explore the nuances of comic-making.
Rank #1: 26: Jason Brubaker & Skottie Young (Classic #4) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast.
We live in an age where proof something was said or done is sometimes just a click away. Apologies to the time capsule fans and their once highly valued level of patience. In our case, though, these flashbacks to when Jason Brubaker was running the show are great mile markers to see how far he, his co-host Daniel Lieske, and guest Skottie Young have come since this conversation occurred several years back. Today’s flashback discussion hits on the positives of both publishing your work with a publisher and also going it on your own via self-publishing, a palaver typically consisting of negative rants, drastic hand gestures, and sometimes bitter tears. Yes, we’re big fans of sensibility, too, and we’re happy to bring some to you to put a bow on the month of June. Skottie Young’s site (@skottieyoung) Skottie Young and Eric Shanower’s adaptation of Frank L. Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” More “Oz” and other work for Marvel Our Important Links: Intro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transition: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org
Rank #2: 103: Stephen Bissette – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast.
We may have said this before and if so, we feel it is definitely worth repeating. Wow, it is so darn educational and amazing to speak with someone who has been in the comics industry for so darn long. This is why every Halloween, Adam looks forward to speaking with one of his favorite Making Comics Gutter Talk guests, Stephen Bissette. For the third year in a row, Stephen dispels humor, knowledge, and all around good times. When Stephen talks about the history of comics, he’s not just talking about what has happened in the past. That side of the timeline has been well-documented and will forever be. In this episode Stephen does talk about the past but he also is sure to talk about the history of comics as both the present and the future. This also includes when he is teaching young, impressionable minds at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, VT. And yet when his students challenge him on a topic, Stephen becomes the student in order to return to being a more effective teacher. In the example he gave, a student challenged him on Native American comics and culture. This caused Stephen to do his own homework, a great example that no matter who we speak with, we can never stop learning. To open the Gutter Talk episode, just as we have done in previous Halloween episodes, we have a reading of an Edgar Allen Poe story. This year’s story was “The Cask of Amontillado” and was read by a horror master in his own right, Vincent Price. Boy, Poe sure does like burying things in his stories, huh? Happy Halloween! Stephen’s Links: Stephen’s website (@SRBissette) Center for Cartoon Studies Our Links: “The Dracula Files” by Storyforge Productions Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org Old Fashion Radio Jingle 2.wav: club sound / www.freesound.org
A comics analysis podcast, where literacy researcher, English teacher, and comics reader Paul (@twoplai) discusses a comic book for socio-cultural, literary, and artistic significance. The podcast pairs various academic approaches to studying comics with superhero comics, alternative comics, and other offerings in the medium. Let's dig deep!
Rank #1: 2018-05-22 Mushroom Fan Club By Elise Gravel.
On today’s Comics Syllabus podcast, Cohost Kid comes on to talk about Elise Gravel’s “The Mushroom Fan Club” from Enfant/Drawn and Quarterly. Let’s dig deep! Subscribe and follow the Comics Syllabus podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Soundcloud, or copy this RSS feed to your podcatcher: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:235183739/sounds.rss or you can find archives for this podcast (previously named “Study Comics with Paul”) here: http://studycomics.club/ Join the discussion on the Comics Syllabus Facebook page: http://facebook.com/ComicsSyllabus or with Paul on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TwoPlai or leave your comments here on the showpage. Thanks for listening!
Rank #2: Batman Night of the Monster Men crossover by Steve Orlando and Various DC.
Our Sunday Superfriend (DC) coverage of the Bat-family ‘Night of the Monster Men’ crossover manages to skip talking about monsters altogether… (yes, that’s a Theme Fail), although TwoPlai does disappear into a rabbit hole about ethics and superhero team stories, like this one, where Batman’s toughest challenge might not be the building-sized monsters traipsing around Gotham but the sundry and individual partners that are his Bat-family. Along the way, TwoPlai has some praise for Steve Orlando’s writing prowess, as well as Tom King’s Batman run so far, and for what superheroes can do to instill healthy questions in us about goodness and rightness. Let’s dig deep.
The Comic Book Page family of podcasts are hosted by John Mayo, a comic book fan who has been reading comics for decades. John buys and reads an average of three or four dozen new comics every week. Every Monday is the Weekly Comics Spotlight with reviews of a current comic by DC, a current comics by Marvel, and a current comic by some other publisher. Once a month are the two Mayo Report episodes. One covers the top 300 comic book sales through Diamond Comics Distribution and the other covers the top trades, hardcovers and other collected editions. Each month the Previews Spotlight goes over the hightlights of the Diamond Previews and Marvel Previews. On occasional, a Back Issue Spotlight will be released covering a comic book story arc from years past. Round Table Discussions on a comic book related topic or recent convention are done on a sporadic basis.
Rank #1: Weekly Comics Spotlight #645: 2019-12-18.
John and James discuss DOOMSDAY CLOCK #12 by DC, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #12 by Marvel and VISITOR #1 by VALIANT. Time Codes: 0:00:00 Intro 0:00:44 DC: DOOMSDAY CLOCK #12 0:25:50 Marvel: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #12 0:37:36 Other: VISITOR #1 [VALIANT] 0:50:01 General discussion 1:01:32 Next Week Promo 1:01:46 Wrap up 1:02:11 End of episode. Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com
Rank #2: Geek Craft Expo Hawaii 2019.
Jason (from Hawaii) talks with John Yuan and Matt Yuan at Geek Craft Hawaii 2019. Links: Geek Craft Expo Hawaii: https://www.geekcraftexpo.com/ 1First Comics website: http://1firstcomics.com/ Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com
Collected Comics Library is only podcast solely dedicated to comic book collected editions news and reviews of Marvel, DC and independent TPBs and HCs.
Rank #1: CCL #429 - Trading Luke Cage.
In honor of the Luke Cage series on Netflix, Chris goes over Power Man’s collected editions including the Essentials, Masterworks, and other series including his team-up with Iron Fist and Heroes For Hire. Chris also goes over Tarzan: The Beckoning (Malibu) from Dark Horse, EC Archives Weird Fantasy Volume 2 HC, Wonder Woman A Celebration Of 75 Years HC and DC Universe by Mike Mignola.
Rank #2: CCL #501 - Top 100 Runs of All Time - Part 1.
On today’s show Chris and Andy discuss the passing of Ernie Colón, Andy gets a ton of cool gifts and Chris laments of Amazon shipping. Chris and Andy also start looking at the 100 Greatest Comic Books - Comic Book Runs - Single Issues & Graphic Novels of All Time from When It Was Cool, which was compiled from several different sources in late 2017. In this first installment, the guys go over #100-81, give their thoughts and, of course, the collected editions these runs are in.
Comics Craft Podcast, hosted by Kieron Gillen, interviewing creators about the details of their work.
Rank #1: DECOMPRESSED 022: ALEX DE CAMPI ON GRINDHOUSE: DOORS OPEN AT MIDNIGHT #1.
Decompressed is a sporadic podcast about comics craft. This time we're talking to Alex De Campi about writing Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight #1 (aka Bee Vixens from Mars). What talk about subjects like 60s-70s cinema, exhaustion, page turns, sex, lettering, poetry, boobs as part of a character design, sex with cats, my existential crisis, awesomely tacky posters, misnumbering pages the Splash-and-reaction and more. Want to read the whole issue? It's available to buy on your local comic shop, or digitally. You'll find the show notes here.
Rank #2: DECOMPRESSED 024: AN AUDIENCE WITH ED BRUBAKER AND SEAN PHILLIPS.
Recently, I was asked by the great GOSH comics whether I'd be interested in hosting an audience with Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips about their work together. As if I was going to turn that down, eh? And they let me record it to play to you lot. We cover everything from their earliest work together, to the hardest scenes in the latest issue, from working with colourists, who really is a tracer, taste, storytelling choices in the Image age versus the grids, adding or removing panels, teasing and more. Show notes here.
The Comic Vine staff discuss the latest comic book news and new releases in this weekly podcast.
Rank #1: Comic Vine Weekly Podcast 1-23-17.
Tony and Mat discuss the new Logan and Power Rangers trailers plus talk about Star Wars, Terminator, Riverdale, and the latest comics.
Rank #2: Comic Vine Weekly Podcast 2-13-17.
Tony and Mat discuss LEGO Batman Movie, grilled cheese burgers, X-Men and Marvel movies, plus the latest comics.
The Comics Canon is the podcast that reads, reviews, and renders judgment on the greatest comic book stories of yesterday and today. Each episode, Curt Holman and Kevin Moreau take a critical and completely subjective look at one of the biggest stories and most seminal moments in the medium's history, as they decide: Does this belong in the pantheon of classic and iconic tales known as ... The Comics Canon?
Rank #1: Episode 96 – Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984-85).
The all-powerful Beyonder transports some of Earth's mightiest heroes and villains to a patchwork planet known as Battleworld, conveniently outfitted with high-tech ships and fortresses! His one command: "Slay all your enemies and all you desire shall be yours!" Thus begins one of comics' first and most famous multi-part crossover epics: Secret Wars, written by Marvel Comics editor in chief Jim Shooter and drawn by Mike Zeck and Bob Layton! Conceived to support a line of Mattel toys, this 12-part series pits members of the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four against such heavy hitters as Doctor Doom, Magneto, and the Devourer of Worlds himself, Galactus! Alliances are formed, schemes are hatched, battles are fought, and many plotlines are brought up and then abandoned! Join us as we answer the burning questions: Can Curt and Kevin find meaningful things to say about an overlong slugfest aimed squarely at young children? And can this landmark comics event emerge victorious in that Contest of Champions known as … The Comics Canon? In This Episode! Martin Scorsese vs. the MCU Jim Shooter's problematic female characters Where did these two supervillains come from?!! Volcana is totally Kevin's type "Some of my best friends are mutants!" Doctor Doom's space-age bachelor pad We need to talk about Klaw Chekhov's lightning bolt Is this the worst comic we've ever reviewed? Asgardian Wars Contest of Champions (2015) Secret Warriors V1: Nick Fury: Agent of Nothing Join us in two weeks on Wednesday (new comic book day!) as we review a multi-part crossover epic featuring Reed Richards, Doctor Doom, Molecule Man and a mysterious planet known as Battleworld! Yes, it’s Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic’s Secret Wars from 2015! Until then, be the envy of your Battleworld fortress with our snazzy Comics Canon merchandise! Last but not least, please help us spread the word! Rate us on Apple Podcasts, send us an email, and hit us up on Twitter or Facebook! We may read your comments in an upcoming episode. And as always, thanks for listening!
Rank #2: Episode 57 – The Infinity Gauntlet (With C.D. Brown).
In this episode, Curt and Kevin welcome filmmaker and author C.D. Brown as they wrap up their preparations for Avengers: Infinity War with a look at the landmark limited series The Infinity Gauntlet by Jim Starlin, George Perez and Ron Lim, published by Marvel Comics! Oh, crap! Thanos the mad Titan has the six infinity gems, granting him dominion over the mind, the soul, space, time, power and reality itself! And in an attempt to please Death herself, he’s eradicated half of all life everywhere! Can the assembled might of Earth’s heartiest heroes, cosmic champions and assorted space gods possibly be enough to outwit this omnipotent oppressor? And can this mind-bending saga gain the favor of our own Living Tribunal and gain entry into that pantheon of power-packed periodicals known as … The Comics Canon? Things Discussed in This Episode: Vamp City Our first “lost episode” A potential movie spoiler alert Thanos and Darkseid Chekhov’s Law of Mephisto Layla and Other Love Songs The Ceremonial Eyepatch of Sorrow! Marvel’s trippy cosmic entities Adam Warlock is a jerkwad! The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe The Death of Captain Marvel Thanos Returns Captain America #700 Warlock by Jim Starlin: The Complete Collection Join us in two weeks as we look ahead to the May 18 release of Deadpool 2 with a look at With Great Power Comes Great Coincidence! from Deadpool #11 and In the Hands of the Hunter! from Amazing Spider-Man #47! Until then, please rate us on iTunes, send us an email, or hit us up on Twitter or Facebook, and we may read your comments in an upcoming episode. And as always, thanks for listening!
A Podcast all about making comics - with in-depth discussions on craft, and creator interviews
Rank #1: 103. Matthew Rosenberg Interview & Managing Your Schedule Like Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule.
The boys talk to writer Matthew Rosenberg (Punisher, 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank) about his writing process, how he got into the business, and how to manage your mental health. After the break, they share tips from Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule on how to manage your comic book schedule while also working full-time. Hope you enjoy!Brought to you by PanelxPanel MagazineFollow the Show: Twitter | InstagramContact: Letters@TMBCWorkshop.comFollow Kent: Facebook | Twitter | InstagramFollow Jason: Twitter | InstagramMore TMBC Podcasts
Rank #2: 109. Michel Fiffe on Self-Publishing Comic Books and Working Traditionally.
Michel Fiffe, creator of COPRA and writer/artist of Bloodstrike: Brutalists, and GI Joe: Sierra Muerte joins the show to talk about his creative process, working traditionally, the creators who inspire him, self-publishing, and much much more! Just listen, alright?Brought to you by PanelxPanel MagazineSubscribe via: iTunes | Google | Stitcher | RSSFollow the Show: Twitter | InstagramContact: Letters@TMBCWorkshop.comFollow Kent: Facebook | Twitter | InstagramFollow Jason: Twitter | InstagramMore TMBC Podcasts
LESS THAN LIVE is a bi-weekly podcast about comics from all angles. Join New York Times best-selling comic creator Kate Leth as she discusses the world of comics and what she's been up to lately. Kate answers questions from listeners and she interviews her friends and favourite creators in the comic industry. So join her on this journey into geek culture!
Rank #1: LESS THAN LIVE with KATE OR DIE 022- TO INFINITY, AND....BATMAN!.
Kate gives us a POWER UP-date! Then, she chats with the amazing Scott Snyder, multiple Eisner Award/Stan Lee Award receipient and writer of DC's BATMAN!!! The conversation takes a left turn into the Magic Kingdom and doesn't let up for over an hour! This is one of our most favourite interviews of all! Scott is a damn delight!!!! Please support our show by making a lil' donation to our Patreon !!!! Thanks!
Rank #2: LESS THAN LIVE with KATE OR DIE 021 - NORWEGIAN BLACK METAL.
It's LESS THAN LIVE's 1 year anniversary AND it's also GOTHAM ACADEMY's Becky Cloonan's birthday!! We share our very special days together!! Guest Appearances by everyone....don't tell Kate, she has no idea! It's a surprise!!!!!