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.
Rank #1: Jamie McKelvie and Kieron Gillen | The Wicked + The Divine.
In this episode Jamie and Kieron get meta and talk about the end of WicDiv but also other comics. Topics include being gods and maybe dying themselves, not sure what to do after WicDiv, trying to escape each other, not being able to sing, the bible ya know, not smoking for good reasons, not liking the monetization of diversity, being aware that art transforms people lives, daring their readers, re-doing the work itself, the final scene of the run, music video direction, potentially leaving to direct, Matt Wilson for President, and what they’re reading! Links: Books talked about on this show! the comiXologist > Subscribe on iTunes comiXology: Conversations > Subscribe on iTunes
Rank #2: Gene Yang | New Super-Man.
In this episode Gene Yang sat with us to talk about education and also comics. Topics include New Super-Man, using comics to help educate, teaching high school for 17 years, educational uses in comics, getting the Xeric grant, “turtles money,” maybe saying new to a brand new Super-Man comic book, Kenan as a bully, Superman maybe a bully too so, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, and he’s reading! Links: the comiXologist > Subscribe on iTunes comiXology: Conversations > Subscribe on iTunes
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…
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.
Paul O'Brien (The X-Axis) and Al Kennedy (One Hundred Days of Comics) present a roundup of comics news and reviews, with nary a 'meh' to be heard.Also featuring the Official Handbook of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe and more.Email House to Astonish at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: House to Astonish - Episode 139 - In The Dark Knight Garden.
Al and Paul are back from Battlepod, with a whole bunch of comics and comics-y chat for you. They're looking at Paul Dini and Eduardo Risso's Batman OGN, Marvel's Apocalypse Wars crossover (with assorted Secret Wars dissection waffle), the Batman v Superman and Captain America: Civil War trailers and Telltale Games's upcoming Batman release, and have also got reviews of Mystery Girl and Robin War. The Official Handbook of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe - where does it go? Where does it stop? What's the sign on the lollipop?
Rank #2: House to Astonish - Episode 156 - The Nu-Metal Age.
This time round, Paul and Al are remembering Joan Lee, trying to work out what Legacy actually is, chewing over the controversy surrounding Howard Chaykin's current Image work, and chatting through Titan's upcoming Dan Dare series, DC & Archie's Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica, and Sean Murphy's Batman: White Knight. They've also got reviews of Diablo House and Green Arrow. When 900 years old the Official Handbook of the Official Handbook is, look as good it will not.
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
Rank #1: Comic Book Savant Episode 453: Comics Talk: Cutting My Stack: Marvel #5 .
This episode of Cutting My Stack I turn my focus towards Marvel titles and give my critical opinions of them all. Enjoy!
Rank #2: Comic Book Savant Episode 452: Comic Book Discussion: Digital Subscription Services.
This episode I want to discuss the growth of digital subscription services, and which ones could benefit you the most. Enjoy!
The Comics Experience Make Comics podcast provides ~15 minutes of advice per episode on all aspects of creating comics and breaking in to the industry.
Rank #1: #183 – Writing Comics Like the Pros and The New Comics Creator NYCC Panels.
Andy Schmidt joins Joey to talk about Comics Experience NYCC panels Writing Comics Like the Pros and The New Comics Creator, the ever-changing business of comics, paths to making comics, and tips for making the most of your con.
Rank #2: #173 – Target Demos, Plan Sales Strategy BEFORE Creating the Comic? Or the Other Way Around?.
When creating your comic, should you target the demo, sales and marketing strategy BEFORE creating the comic? Or the other way around? Heather and Jim tackle this listener question!
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
iFanboy.com - The Place To Discuss Comics, By Fans for Fans. iFanboy.com talks to the top creators about their upcoming releases
Rank #1: iFanboy: Don't Miss #107 - A Once Crowded Sky with Tom King.
Tom King didn’t write a comic book. He wrote a book. But it’s not a book about comic books. It’s a book that’s about what a lot of comic books are about: superheroes. In that book, he does have comics, drawn by none other than Tom Fowler, one of the resident geniuses in comics.Before being an author, King held the following positions: intern for Vertigo Comics, assistant to Chris Claremont, CIA counterterrorism officer. Yes, those are all true. And yet now, he’s written the story of a world where the superheroes have all given up their powers, and become less magnificent, and more mundane. Clearly the skies are no longer crowded.It’s a novel unlike any you’ve ever read before, but it’s not just a comic book story converted to prose. It’s also a much more beautiful package than a lot of novels you’ll see on the shelves.A Once Crowded SkyWritten by Tom KingArt by Tom Fowler326 pages/$26.00Touchstone/Simon and ShusterMusic:The Sky is FallingQueens of the Stone Age
Rank #2: iFanboy: Don't Miss #116 - Batman #13 with Scott Snyder.
GSend in the Clown Prince of Crime! A year after losing face in the pages of Detective Comics #1, the Joker returns to Gotham with grim new purpose in Batman #13. Writer Scott Snyder drops by to psychoanalyze Arkham’s favorite son, delving deep into the Joker’s twisted relationship with the Dark Knight. What stories inspired Snyder and artist Greg Capullo’s vision of the iconic villain? What is Joker’s true endgame as he plots the “Death of the Family?” Crank up the nitrous oxide, kick back, and listen to the madness.Batman #13Written by Scott SnyderArt by Greg Capullo, Janathan Glapion, FCOBackup story by James Tynion IVDC Comics – $3.99Music:“Send in the Clowns”Barbara Streisand
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.
A weekly awards show/wrap-up of the week that was in the world of comics, hosted by a husband and wife team of journalist comic book fans in NYC. Weekly features include sound effects and swearing.
Rank #1: ABCP Episode #132.
This episode of the Awesomed By Comics Podcast is brought to you by the debut of what will likely be a Summer-long feature, in which Aaron recaps how 11 listeners, creators, and fellow podcasters will most likely do much, much better than Aaron at fantasy baseball. Victories abound for FF, DD, Mon Mon, The Mission, Magic Batman, Superlamb, and the niffles. Also, since Evie doesn't listen to the show, there's a bunch of stuff Chris from WRA and I have already covered, including Poker Face, the WW Costume, and last week's Unwritten. Oh, and also we're on , you should listen to find out about zoos near you!As always, leave your comments or picks on and if you like the show !
Rank #2: ABCP Episode #83.
This episode of Awesomed By Comics is brought to you by tonight's actual Oscars, which as you may know, our show is a little bit like, if it were quite a bit different. Boys and a Man show what they're made of, Underground wraps up on high, and ladies step up in Girl Comics. We also detail our pitch for Marvel Horses, and swoon over the newest incarnation of animated Bruce Wayne.Tell us what you think on , visit , and !
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!
War Rocket Ajax is the world’s most destructive comic book and pop-culture podcast, featuring interviews with comics professionals, reviews, rankings and more.
Rank #1: Every Story Ever Special: November 2019.
It's time to give thanks, shop and rank some comic books!
Rank #2: Episode 299 - Teen Girl Metamorpho (Panel President Special).
We're knocking out some Panel President lists by ranking some characters this week!
The podcast for everything comic book, animation, sci-fi and pop culture. Hosted by Jimmy Aquino & a rotating panel of co-hosts, CNI is your weekly dose of industry news, reviews and interviews. Past guests include: Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jerry Robinson, Brian K. Vaughan, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, John Cassaday, Paul Pope, Darwyne Cooke, JM Dematteis, Steve Niles, Garth Ennis, Steve Rude, Kyle Baker, Jim Lee, James Jean, Alison Bechdel, Arthur Suydam, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, John McCrea, Zoe Bell, Ted Raimi, David Tennant, Russel T. Davies, Felicia Day, Seth Green, Rob Zombie, Brian Pulido, Olivia Munn, Michael Rooker, Ben Templesmith, Kate Beaton, Faith Erin Hicks, Amber MacArthur, Seth Meyers, Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Bryan Fuller, Kristin Chenoweth, Rosario Dawson, Olivia D'Abo, Patton Oswalt, Tom Kenny, Michael Emerson, Kevin Pereira, Paul Cornell, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer, Molly Crabapple, and Blair Butler (G4TV). CNI, the "Entertainment Weekly" of comic podcasts, continues to bring the fun and the funny! (Hey, it's better than being the "US Weekly" of comic podcasts.) Join Jimmy every Wednesday to laugh, learn and maybe even love!Created & Produced by Joe Gonzalez
Rank #1: Episode 972 - SDCC: Riverdale w/ Stars KJ Apa/Lili Reinhart/Camila Mendes/Cole Sprouse/Madelaine Petsch/Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa!.
Jimmy covered the Riverdale press room roundtables while at SDCC. Creatives/talent in attendance were KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, and Executive Producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa! Is The Farm returning? Where is Penelope? What leads to Jughead's disappearance? You have to listen to find out! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
Rank #2: Episode 915 - Grown Up Comic Book Readers!.
Reviews: Avant-Guards #1, Blossoms 666 #1, Buffy The Vampire Slayer Vol 2 #1, Naomi #1, Oliver #1 Jimmy is joined in studio by his friend Karlin in her first (and not last) co-hosting gig! They chat about some of her fave manga/anime growing up and address the recent Bill Maher rant against comic books. News includes: the upcoming Patrick Steward led Star Trek series may see him out of the uniform, DC Universe expands their comic book library, Liefeld's Extreme Universe will not be going to Netflix and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
A weekly podcast focusing on the world of alternative, independent, and primarily non-superhero comics. (There's nothing wrong with superhero comics. We just want to do something different.) New podcast episodes become available every Wednesday and include reviews of graphic novels and current ongoing series, discussions of upcoming comics, examinations of collected editions, in-depth analyses of a variety of comics texts, and spotlights on various creators and publishers. The Comics Alternative also produces "special feature" programs, such as shows specifically dedicated to creator interviews, webcomics, on-location events, and special non-weekly themes and topics.
Rank #1: Manga: Reviews of My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness and Golden Kamuy.
Time Codes: 00:00:28 - Introduction 00:02:47 - Catching up 00:05:57 - My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness 00:50:05 - Golden Kamuy, Vol. 1 01:22:31 - Wrap up 01:23:25 - Contact us It's the end of the month, so that must mean that it's time for Shea and Derek to discuss their latest manga recommendations. They begin with Kabi Nagata's My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness (Seven Seas Entertainment), a deeply personal autobiographical work whose title is perhaps more provocative than it is revealing. In fact, the guys spend a good bit of time talking about the underlying impulses embedded in the text and how sexual preferences take a backseat to the deeper longings that Nagata reveals. This is a manga all about self-discovery, a diary-like account of the author's attempts to understand herself within the context of her culture and her yearning for what she calls “next level communication.” As Derek and Shea highlight, this is in some ways an example yuri manga, but at the same time such a designation doesn't do the text justice. Next, they look at the first volume of Satoru Noda's Golden Kamuy (VIZ Media). This is a more realistically based narrative that takes place in the wake of the Russo-Japanese War. The protagonist, Saichi Sugimoto, gained a reputation during the war as an almost invulnerable hero, but he lives his post-war years unsuccessfully prospecting for gold in the Hokkaido region. There he befriends a young Ainu woman, Asirpa, and together they begin hunting down a legendary hidden treasure with a violent pedigree. Both Shea and Derek appreciate the story's realism and historical context -- in many ways, this is a didactic text -- but they're not yet sure of how Noda will handle the indigenous Ainu culture. That being said, they're both definitely on board for future volumes.
Rank #2: Comics Alternative Interviews: Karen Berger.
Time Codes: 00:00:24 - Introduction 00:03:01 - Setup of interview 00:04:46 - Interview with Karen Berger 01:15:04 - Wrap up 01:17:14 - Contact us Paul and Derek are excited to have Karen Berger on The Comics Alternative. The first release from her new Dark Horse Comics imprint, Berger Books, occurs next week, and the guys talk with Karen on the cusp of this event. The Two Guys ask their guest about the genesis of Berger Books as well as her efforts in launching new titles -- such as Hungry Ghosts, Incognegro: Rennaisance, Mata Hari, and The Seeds -- and securing impressive talent. But they also talk with Karen about her time working at DC Comics and establishing the industry-defining Vertigo brand. This is a fun and informative interview, and Karen Berger is one of the most engaging and pleasant guests the Two Guys have ever had on the podcast.