For all our naughty and nice listeners out there Drew Zucker and Phillip Sevy drop by to tell us what its really like to work as an Independent Comic Book Artist and Writer. Big thank you to everyone who has joint the Tales From The Comic Shop community this year! Merry Christmas!
We talk about the fact that DC finally cracks the glass ceiling and lets a woman write Detective Comics. Followed by a riveting, fascinating and entrancing interview with the suave sophisticated and charming co-creators of "Thomas River" Doug Wagner (Plastic, Legends of The Dark Knight, Ride) and Brian Stelfreeze (Black Panther, Rise of The Black Panther, Shadow of the Bat)
In this episode there is more DC Distribution Drama, we discuss the merits of stripping and we get a history lesson about Newsstand and Direct Comics. We also discuss putting money into OA and why it is beneficial for you and the artists.
We are back and we have a lot to say this week. Roger has returned and we weigh in on Gerry Conway's comments about the industry. Tell you how to order the Chadwick Bozeman Spawn 311 and talk about The Department of Truth #1!!!
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Chadwick Boseman. As long as we remember him he's not really gone.
Featuring Kristen Parraz
This episode we talk about the death of Chadwick Boseman, DC Fandome, the Tim Burton Batman Movies and Kristen Parraz tells us what it's like being a minority Comic Shop Owner.
In this episode we talk about Comic Gate and SDCC. We are joined by Bleeding Cool's Chelsea Bloomfield. Unlike our usual content we decided to leave in adult language due to the emotional nature of the content.
This week Eddie and Joe were lucky enough to be joined by Lew Beitz, Duane Hower and Ryan Tait. Unfortunately Duane's audio didn't save but we were still able to put together a good show for you guys and we look forward to hearing from Duane in the future.
Rick Whitelock is the owner of New Force Comics. He has owned every Golden and Silver Age key you can name during his 30+ year career. Today he tells us all about what it is like to spend 6 figures on a comic, what it was like living through Hurricane Michael, moving your shop to a new state and stories from the road and the hundreds of cons he has worked over the years.
Eddie and I have a conversation about the current events in comicdom. Everything from Death Metal #1 to 80 years of Joker and everything in between. We also have a discussion about how we can be better allies to victims of sexual harassment and talk about the creators Warren Ellis, Scott Allie, Eddie Berganza and Jason Latour who have been accused of this repugnant behavior.
This is a very special episode. We want to dedicate it to everyone who has contributed to the Hi De Ho Go Fund Me whether that was by sharing the go fund me or donating money. Special thanks to the celebs and community insiders for lending your visibility as well. Mark Cirillo,Terry Dodson, Gail Simone, Jock, J. Scott Campbell, Rick Remender, Mark Waid, John Romita Jr., Christo Gage, Umberto Ramos and Todd Nauck. We apologize for anyone we missed there are over 700 contributors and hundreds of shares and likes, but thank you all!!!!
Turmoil has engulfed your local comic shops. The distribution of DC Comics to outlying distributors is in dispute.
Hoping to resolve the matter
with a blockade of deadly
battleships, the greedy Comic
Federation has stopped all
shipping to the small planet
While the Congress of the
Republic endlessly debates
this alarming chain of events,
the Supreme Chancellor has
secretly dispatched three Podcasters, the guardians of
peace and justice in the
galaxy, to talk about the conflict...