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The topic of today's episode is BROWNSTONE, the new YA graphic novel from writer Samuel Teer and artist Mar Julia, about a 14-year-old girl spending the summer with a father she's never known as they fix up the titular dilapidated brownstone. If that name sounds familiar, it's because Samuel was just on the show last episode talking about the trial…
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Returning to the show today after a nearly eight-year absence is comics writer Samuel Teer. His new book, Brownstone, about a teenage girl connecting with her Latin heritage and her estranged father without speaking a word of each other’s language as they renovate the title structure, hits shelves on June 11th. The road from his last OGN, 2015’s Ve…
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Having finished with the Man of Steel, today’s episode is the first of three looking at the best Caped Crusader stories of the Seventies to the mid-Eighties with the DC3Cast’s very own Vince Ostrowski! Come for the Neal Adams, stay to find out more about double-threat Frank Robbins, the mad genius of Bob Haney, Ra’s Al Ghul, Bruce Wayne and Sgt. Ro…
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Today’s show is not a joke, not a hoax, not an imaginary story! Greg gives his take on the upcoming Marvel & DC crossover omnibi coming later this year, and then dives into the larger waters of comic book team-ups that absolutely totally happened . . . and with the help of Ross Pearsall’s website, he has the covers to prove it! Find out all kinds o…
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Today’s show has not one, not two, but THREE Canadian cartoonists on the mics ready to chat with Greg. Luc Bossé, cartoonist of Gary, King of the Pick-Up Artists and publisher of Pow Pow Press, Thom, cartoonist of such Pow Pow works as VII, Casa Rodeo, and the upcoming Botanica Drama, and returning guest François Vigneault, a cartoonist whose Pow P…
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Today’s episode is the third of three looking at the best Superman stories of the Seventies to the mid-Eighties with the DC3Cast’s very own Vince Ostrowski! Vince & Greg dive into what makes the Superman of this era different than his more modern incarnation and give you gem after gem of Super-Tales of the post-Silver Age / pre-Crisis Man of Steel.…
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Having just talked about the early days of 2000AD, we thought it would be fun to chat with someone with a strip running in the Progs right now. Starting with Prog 2367 was Book Two of the strip “Full Tilt Boogie”, the continuing adventures of teen bounty hunter Tee, her grandmother, and their cat as they criss-cross the galaxy. Drawn by Eduardo Oca…
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Today’s episode is the second of three looking at the best Superman stories of the Seventies to the mid-Eighties with the DC3Cast’s very own Vince Ostrowski! Vince & Greg dive into what makes the Superman of this era different than his more modern incarnation and start giving you gem after gem of Super-Tales of the post-Silver Age / pre-Crisis Man …
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As part of his Someday Reading Project, Greg takes a look at the first dozen programmes of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic: 2000AD! Do those early installments still hold up? Was Dredd the leader of the pack… or the runt of the litter? What controversial boys’ adventure comic paved the way for Tharg and all that Thrill-Power? All that and more on today…
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Today’s episode is the first of three looking at the best Superman stories of the Seventies to the mid-Eighties with the DC3Cast’s very own Vince Ostrowski! Vince & Greg dive into what makes the Superman of this era different than his more modern incarnation and start giving you gem after gem of Super-Tales of the post-Silver Age / pre-Crisis Man o…
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Greg kicks off The Someday Project looking at one of his early comics influences: a magazine-sized mind-bender (at least for someone of his age to read it) unlike anything else on the stands. HEAVY METAL? Nope. 2000 AD? Negative. Those are coming soon enough, but today Greg talks about the impact of David A. Trampier's "Wormy" from DRAGON magazine.…
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The winter break is over, and Greg returns to give listeners a peek behind the curtain in this quick preview of what 2024 has in store for the show, including and most importantly, the lowdown on what has been referred to in hushed whispers around the office as... THE SOMEDAY PROJECT! What new devilry is this? All is revealed in today's episode!…
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Today's guest is someone listeners of this show will be familiar with, as he name is mentioned often and in tones of reverence. For almost 30 years he has worked with such artists as Jae Lee, Jeff Lemire, Bill Sienkiewicz, JH Williams III, and BERNIE WRIGHTSON to bring color into their art in a way that always enhances, never detracts - no mean fea…
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Today's guest needs no introduction, but we have episode post space to fill so we're doing one anyway. He's a creator whose balance of romanticism and pragmatism has kept him in the business and thrall of comics for almost 50 years. As an artist, a writer, and a cartoonist, he has almost certainly forgotten more about comics, history and storytelli…
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The last time today's guest was here for his own episode, it was July 2014, during the final days of the Kickstarter campaign for Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, the Eisner-winning anthology title assembling a truly dream-worthy roster of creators to pay tribute to Windsor McCay's seminal comic strip. In the nearly ten years since then, he has go…
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There are many days working in the show that Greg is grateful to be an observer of comix rather than a creator of them, because the level of craft and skill his hypothetical output would have to measure up against already gives him the willies. That being said, today’s guest has already put together such a formidable resume and body of work (all be…
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Today's show brings another returning guest: a cartoonist so well-known for being in tune with the vibe of Jack Kirby in his own work that when he published his Kirby biography Jack Kirby: The Epic Life of the King of Comics in 2020, there's no doubt a large portion of the readership wondered what had taken him so long. The delay was most likely du…
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Program warning: today's episode dives directly into Chris Claremont's original 16-year run on UNCANNY X-MEN, which means Greg will be once again talking about his all-time favorite run of comics (although this time with an expert to help out). Longtime listeners playing a drinking game based on him name-dropping these comics on the show would be w…
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When someone is inducted into the Royal Society of Literature, they are invited to sign their names in a roll book dating back to the society's founding in 1820, using the pen of Lord Byron, T.S. Elliot, or George Elliot. Greg closes today's chat with writer Nikesh Shukla by asking what pen he chose, because not only is Nikesh writing the current S…
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Orson Welles wore many hats in his day: filmmaker, actor, writer, producer, pitch man, raconteur . . . the list goes on and on. But what can only be told now is that you can add ‘defender of the Earth’ to that list as well. According to Milton Lawson’s Orson Welles: Warrior of the Worlds comics project, illustrated by Renton Hawley and finally debu…
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Today's episode takes us back to a time when gods walked the earth. Oh sure, they may LOOK like four late 80's teenagers banging their way thru semi-coherent covers of rock songs, but they are, in fact, all that stands in the way of Jackson, TN suffering a biblical-level plague of . . . well . . . you'll find out in The Rock Gods of Jackson, Tennes…
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Today's episode returns the show to a topic apparently never too far from our thoughts: the galaxy's greatest comic 2000AD! After his recent chat with Mike Molcher where The Best of 2000AD was touched on, Mike suggested Greg reach out to today’s guest for a real deep dive into the subject. Some emails were sent, plans made, and here we are with Gre…
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Today's episode takes us out to the farthest reaches of outer space and the even further reaches of the human emotional spectrum with the debut collaboration from illustrator Mimi Alves and writer Ben Crane: Cosmic Cadets, Vol. 1: Contact! from Top Shelf! Greg chats with the couple about this all-ages OGN that follows a 'first contact' event for th…
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Today's guest is writer, game designer, editor, and graphic designer Eric Trautmann. While his previous comics work has included such titles as DC's Checkmate with Greg Rucka, Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist with Alex Ross, Red Sonja, Vampirella, and the Vertigo OGN Shooters with co-writer Brandon Jerwa and artist Steve Lieber, he's on the show today to ta…
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Today’s guest is not only a man of his times, but several others as well. When he’s not re-enacting 17th century English civil warfare, he’s spreading the gospel of 2000AD, the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, as the now-Brand Manager of Rebellion/2000AD. But it’s his role as author of the new book I AM THE LAW: How Judge Dredd Predicted Our Future that br…
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Sierra Barnes is a cartoonist whose work combines such varied influences as history, folk lore, mythology, fascism, anti-fascism, war, and foxes that might not actually be foxes. Her webcomic exploration of these topics, Hans Vogel is Dead, was just announced as having its first volume of strips collected with updated content by the folks over at D…
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Greg had the opportunity to chat with TWO comics legends on stage at this past HeroesCon: Larry Hama & Carl Potts! Here's the panel description to set the mood for today's episode: HAMA / POTTS: IN CONVERSATION From GI JOE to ALIEN LEGION, THE 'NAM to THE PUNISHER, CONAN to LAST OF THE DRAGONS - Larry Hama and Carl Potts have a combined count of mo…
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When thinking about today's guest, the word one would keep coming back to is "buzz", like the hum of a amplifier just turned on and waiting for its first power chord. His work refuses to stay in any one medium, be it prose, comics, podcasts, or music. His latest work is the second half of his comic Serious Creatures looking at the life of a teenage…
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Charlton Comics may have been looked at as the fourth-place finisher in a three-person race for much of its publishing life, but the Derby, CT-based publisher gets the all-star treatment this month with Twomorrows Publishing's release of The Charlton Companion by longtime writer/editor/designer Jon B. Cooke. Greg got a chance to talk with Cooke abo…
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Greg chats with the BFFs of Bound For Failure Studios (Chris Miskiewicz and Ringo-Award-winning cartoonist Vincent Kings) about the Kings crowdfunding campaign for his collection of strips Time Dog and Other Atomic Tales on Zoop, collaborating with Mitski on a soundtrack for their This Is Where We Fall OGN, their favorite on-screen Elvis (Elvii?), …
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The lads return! Mike and Greg collect their thoughts about the comics and comics-related collections they have. How have they changed over the years? What's migrated to the bookshelves and what's stayed in the longboxes? What gets saved from the house-destroying fire and what goes up in smoke? The answers to these burning questions and more on tod…
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Artist Hayden Sherman and writer Sean Lewis have gone from hi-tech to low-tech with their new Image miniseries Above Snakes, and Greg gets a chance to chat with them about it. A fantasy western with vengeance, blood, electric colors, surprise lettering, and a guy named Dirt, Above Snakes is their third collaboration, after The Few and Thumbs. Find …
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The second half of Greg's chat with RushCon creative director and "Rush Fan in Chief" Jillian Maryonovich is finally here! Having covered so much ground about Jillian's background and connection to the band (as well as her time as White House Creative Director during President Obama's second term), the stage is set for some full-on Rush geekery! Fi…
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Another great interview lined up for you folks today, because Greg got the opportunity to sit down with the 6 Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton team of writer Kyle Starks and artist Chris Schweizer. They are both Eisner-nominated cartoonists in their own right, and have individually brought you such works as Sexcastle and Old Head in Kyle’s case, and The…
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To paraphrase a marketing line from the 80's - adventure has a new name, and that name is Shahidah El-Amin. The lead character in the recent Image Comics mini-series Compass, Shahidah is a 13th Century scholar from Baghdad's House of Wisdom who has traveled to the British Isles to investigate claims of a tribe that has found the secret to eternal l…
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Today's episode presents a chat Greg had towards the end of last year with editor/author Robert Greenberger. The list of Bob's credits is both long and distinguished, including almost 20 years as an editor at DC Comics overseeing such titles as Doom Patrol, Suicide Squad, Who's Who, Crisis on Infinite Earths, The Atlantis Chronicles, and guiding th…
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Now you can hear the second half of the two-part chat Greg had with letterers extraordinaire Aditya Bidikar and John Workman! The shop talk continues, as well as thoughts on more recent work like John's take on the HBOMax Doom Patrol series (after lettering almost the entire Morrison run back in the day) and Aditya's review of Barry Windsor-Smith's…
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Back from hiatus, Greg invited two of the best letterers in comics on to the show for a two-part chat about their craft: Multiversity's 2021 Favorite Letterer winner Aditya Bidikar and legendary letterer/cartoonist John Workman! The generation gap evaporates immediately as the two fellows start talking about digital vs analog approaches, collaborat…
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Today's episode is beyond good, beyond evil, beyond your wildest imagination ... because it looks at the seminal 1980's animation classic Transformers: The Movie! Like Pennywise luring so many children to their unsuspecting doom, this beautiful & enticing film shattered the innocence of so many childhoods. But unlike that hellish clown, this film d…
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Today's episode presents two looks at Tom Scioli's Transformers vs GI Joe comic in lead-up to his appearance on the upcoming Transformers: The Movie 35th anniversary episode later this week. First up is a segment from the March 22, 2017 Pull List episode covering his Transformers vs GI Joe: The Official Movie Adaptation oneshot, and then the bulk o…
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After two years of quarantine, Greg finally attended a live show this past month: the Baltimore Comicon! And as luck would have it, Wordballoon's John Siuntres (aka podcasting's cool uncle) was there as well. What better way to celebrate the chance to get back to in-person interviewing and yakkin' about various things than with the man who helped s…
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