Episode 32: This episode I go on a rant about the bias nature that fanboys have with super shows and movies. Is Netflix's IRON FIST as bad as they say it is? Is the POWER RANGERS film a work of art? Are fans still watching Arrow? Flash? And, Supergirl? The rant and discussion starts now! Plus< I step into the booth for a freestyle rap!
EPISODE 31: Writer/Podcaster Justin Corbett stops by to discuss the latest issue of his cult hit comic Speak No Evil#3 which goes live on Kickstarter March18. He also tells us the secret origin of his new podcast Mindfudge and tells us what it's like being a comci book creator in Houston, Texas, and what the future holds for both him and his writing partner George Tripsas.
Speak No Evil is about Edwin and Silas, two young brothers who stumble upon a cabin that was once used my Nikola Tesla and H.P. Lovecraft for otherworldly experiments. Now, the young riff-raff brothers find the equipment they left behind and accidentally let loose monsters from a dimensional portal. Instead of doing the honorable thing and trying to fix their mistake, the boys find a to make a profit from the situation and become Monster Hunters.
EPISODE 30: Jason and Blair are in the studio. The trio discusses the NINTENDO SWITCH! Should you buy it? Wait? or Steal it and give it to orphan nerds everywhere!
Episode 29: Writer Brian L. Hawkins (American Kingdom/The Recreation Project) stops by to talk about Why Larry Stroman isn't featured in many books and documentaries about "black creators," what is the the colorwall of fandom?, Cinnomon Hitler vs America, and more. This will be one of the most talked about episodes yet! Plus, a surprise performance or two!!!
EPISODE 28: Sean Mack of Short Fuse Media and The Powers That Be/Will Power creator Vince White stop by the studio to discuss thier new Kickstater campaigns, crossovers, the business of creating comics and making a profit off of them, and more! Plus, Vince gets surprised by who Sean Mack really is?
Check out the Powers That Be crossover comic kickstater project here:
Check out Like Father Like Daughter Issue#4 kickstarer project here:
Episode 27: On Feb. 8 Captain America writer Nick Spencer called out DC Entertainment for doing a poor job with DC Rebirth and said that the sales are worse than their last reboot the New 52. This caught the attention of DC writer Gail Simone and Twitter was in a raging inferno! Plus, are you going to buy the Nintendo Switch?
Episode 26: Russell Noheltyof WannaBe Press (and the Business of Art podcasts) stops by to discuss the indepdendent comic book event of the year MONSTERS & OTHER SCARY SHIT! He hadpicked some of the best professional and new comic creators in the world to take part in this anthology, which is over 200 pages. The kickstarter starts on Febuary 14 so listen, subscribe, and download this episode now!
Episode 25 is here! James Munch the founder of Insane Comics stops by and drops some soulful H2O on the fiber about what it means to be a comic book publisher in 2017, the realities of selling comics, promoting and marketing, as well as reveals some exclusive information about upcoming Insane Comic titles. Plus, what do you do when your comic book isn't selling?
Episode 24: The Business of Comics Pt. 2 featuring Mark Schmidt the publisher of of Stratum Comics and the co-writer of The Threat. Mark and Arthur discuss the differences between Self-Publishing and Independent Comics, changes at Kickstarter, how to sell comics at a convention, new distribution methods for indy creators, and more! Plus, we take a look at What Insane Comics is doing right along with CCP comics! And, Mark reveals what Stratum Comics is looking for in a submission package!
Episode 23 is here! Arthur and Jason discuss the death of Carrie Fisher and how people are profiting off celeberity deaths and fandom as a whole, plus whatever happened to artist who wanted to work for Marvel and DC? When did artist hustles replace actual artstry?