Culture, diversity, and food take the spotlight in Marvel New Media’s newest offerings
Earlier this week, the 3rd season of Anthony Desiato’s My Comic Shop History podcast began. In this series of podcasts, Desiato aims to explore the unique cultures that spring from prominent comics shops around the country including NYC’s own JHU Comic Books and one of my New Jerseyean hometown stores, Fat Moose Comics. Originally, My […]
Jamie Coville has, as always, recorded the best of the panels from TCAF, including a shocking number in which I participated. YOU can hear the audio of the panels here and the DWAs here. The DWAs are notable for the extraordinary remembrance that Seth offered or Dawwyn Cooke and also the induction of James Simpkins into the Giants […]
By Nicholas Eskey If you label yourself a “nerd” and wear it with pride, undoubtedly you already follow Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist News. The quick witted comedian and mega-nerd took heads the podcast driven news network for nerds with a wonderful collection of colleagues and special guests, discussing everything from the current state of all things […]
The fairly recent innovation of layered comics used by Thrillbent, Marvel Infinite and others is still a mystery to most, even though I’m convinced it’s going to be a future if not the future of digital comics. But creator Reilly Brown, one of the very first to utilize the format with Power Play, went into a good amount […]
Recorded live in New York, it’s More To Come, the weekly podcast of comics news, interviews and discussion with Calvin Reid, Kate Fitzsimons and The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald! This week, the More to Come Crew – Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald, Calvin Reid and Kate Fitzsimons – discuss digital comics news from Archie, Hoopla, Google […]
In this week’s podcast, the More to Come Crew – The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald, Calvin Reid and Kate Fitzsimons – discuss the new Supergirl tv show and writing to appeal to female audiences, The New York Review of Books opening a comics publishing imprint, Attack On Titan and what its lack of American press […]
How to be yourself and still get accepted into the “Comics machine,” man.
In the end, memories are what make us who we are. Although they slip away so easily, these small fragments of past inform our future decisions and influence us every moment we’re alive. For most of us comic book readers, a formative moment in our personal histories is the first time we step into a […]
Brian Heater, the man behind the much missed Daily Cross Hatch indie comics site, keeps himself busy these days with many projects, including a regular podcast via Boing Boing called RiYL (Recommended if You Like). The podcast celebrates it’s 100th episode this week with They Might Be Giants, perhaps the most podcast-iest podcast guests imaginable, but along the way Heater has talked to many comics folks, and he’s supplied a cheat sheet to listen to you favorites. Heater knows his stuff and is an excellent interviewer so all of these are RECOMMENDED if you like good conversation!