Brick and Motor. Eating your pet peeves. Squirrel vs. the Batman. Beyond Nose Meat. There are FOUR LINKS. Hello from the Eisner-side. A Sonic Mastication Revulsion. Karenina... (manah manah). Vegan Cannibal Horror. So no one told the baby that life was gonna be this way. Chewing Aluminum For Fun and Profit. That didn't end in a humane way. Isn't there a saying about a books cover and how you judge it with Amy? Breaking all of the streaks with Wendi and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Brick and Motor. Eating your pet peeves. Squirrel vs. the Batman. Beyond Nose Meat. There are FOUR LINKS. Hello from the Eisner-side. A Sonic Mastication Revulsion. Karenina... (manah manah). Vegan Cannibal Horror. So no one told the baby that life was gonna be this way. Chewing Aluminum For Fun and Profit. That didn't end in a humane way. Isn't there a saying about a books cover and how you judge it with Amy? Breaking all of the streaks with Wendi and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
The next book of this year's Eisner winners, we reviewed The Good Asian by Pornsak Pichetshote and Alexandre Tefenkgi. This book won for Best Limited Series, and it was well earned. We had high expectations due to the hype and this definitely lived up to it. Set in the 1930s, this is a crime noir murder mystery set around historically accurate events and places. While firing on all cylinders in the comic department we also found ourselves learning about early 19th century America that we were completely naïve to. News 1:38 The Good Asian 10:22 Back Matter Matters 45:23 The Pull-List 51:26 Linktr.ee/tradewaiters Follow Us!
Geek Gossip live at GraniteCon!! Join Jack and Artie for the recordings of their panel discussion at New Hampshire's main comic convention Granite State comic con as they are joined by special guests Black Caravan's Rich Woodall, Perhapanauts co-creator and Young Hellboy artist Craig Rousseau and Eisner recipient Freddie E. Williams II known for his work on comic crossovers.Listen to us chat with these fantastic creators about their most recent and upcoming work, their stories and experiences at past comic conventions and their takes on epic versus battle ideas. Plus, there's a Q&A, where audience members get to ask questions to these awesome creators!!
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Kate Beaton, author of Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands. Kate Beaton was born and raised in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. After graduating from Mount Allison University with a degree in anthropology, she moved to Alberta in search of work that would allow her to pay down her student loans. During the years she spent out West, Beaton began creating webcomics under the name Hark! A Vagrant!, quickly drawing a substantial following around the world. The collections of her landmark strip Hark! A Vagrant and Step Aside Pops each spent several months on the New York Times graphic novel bestseller list, as well as appearing on best of the year lists from TIME, The Washington Post, Vulture, NPR Books, and winning the Eisner, Ignatz, Harvey, and Doug Wright Awards. She has also published the picture books King Baby and The Princess and the Pony. Beaton lives in Cape Breton with her family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marcelo D'Salete é um dos maiores nomes dos quadrinhos no Brasil, vencedor do Prêmio Eisner, entre tantos outros, e Angola Janga é sua obra mais ambiciosa. Ao longo de 11 anos de pesquisa, Marcelo construiu uma nova história para o Quilombo dos Palmares, mostrando toda a sua grandeza e história de resistência. Num recorte que vai de 1673 até 1695, com a morte de Zumbi, Angola Janga narra uma história bastante diferente das narrativas que estamos acostumados a ouvir sobre o período colonial. Narrado por diversas vozes, principalmente de ex-escravizados e habitantes de Palmares, Marcelo tece uma teia de encontros e afetos que reúne ancestralidade, luta pela liberdade e cooperação. Angola Janga é um livro fundamental por ampliar o questionamento e o enfrentamento ao senso comum que carregamos acerca do Brasil-colônia. Talvez mais importante, também é fundamental por apresentar alternativas de modos de vida, de organização social e as origens de um Brasil muito mais diverso. Vem com a gente! * Atenção: Contribua com o Rede Poderosa sendo nosso assinante! Acesso antecipado, séries exclusivas e muito mais! É muito fácil, é só se cadastrar na plataforma Orelo, nos seguir e escolher o seu apoio! Também estamos no YouTube! Se inscreva no nosso canal, curta, comente, compartilhe e vem com a gente! Para mais informações sobre este episódio e todos os outros, acessem nosso site www.centralredepoderosa.com.br. Para acompanhar e interagir conosco, nos sigam no Instagram @centralredepoderosa. Para sugestões, parcerias e tudo o mais, nosso e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org também está disponível. Produção: Caio Lima (@caiorede) e Patricia Quartarollo (@poderosoresumao). Arte: Nátali Nuss (@nuss.art)
Making it in Hollywood John Zaozirny, Bellevue Productions – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 836 John Zaozirny John Zaozirny oversees the feature film production slate for Bellevue and the Literary Management Team. His clients' writing and directing credits include INFINITE, PARALLEL, ELI, BAD MATCH, BETTER WATCH OUT, HEAVY TRIP, OFFICE UPRISING, JOLT, and SPLINTER amongst others. His clients have written feature scripts that are set up at Warner Bros, Paramount, Fox, Lionsgate, New Line, Focus Features, Fox 2000, Sony, Universal, amongst others. As well, his clients have had 26 scripts on the last 7 Black Lists, the annual list of the best unproduced feature scripts, including BLONDE AMBITION, the number one script on the 2016 Black List, HEADHUNTER, the number one script on the 2020 Black List, and CAULIFLOWER, the number one script on the 2021 Black List. His clients have also written on TV shows such as SHANTARAM, FBI INTERNATIONAL, BOSCH: LEGACY, MR ROBOT, TRAINING DAY, TINY PRETTY THINGS, HAWAII FIVE-O, THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE and HAND OF GOD, amongst others. He also reps the writer of the Eisner nominated comic book LITTLE BIRD. As a producer, John's feature film projects include CRISTO (set up at Warner Bros, Black List 2010), WARDEN (set up at New Line) CAPSULE (set up at Fox, Black List 2013), BLONDE AMBITION (set up at Universal, Black List 2016), and LIONHUNTERS (set up at Warner Bros, Black List 2017.) He was an executive producer on the feature films ALWAYS WATCHING and PARALLEL and produced ELI, which was released by Netflix. He most recently produced INFINITE, directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Dylan O'Brien, which was released by Paramount Plus. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with John Zaozirny about making it in Hollywood. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How there are two types of managers, managers who occasionally produce and producers who occasionally manage and why John wants to be the former. - Why having a passion for screen writing can help inform who you work with as a manger. - How you need to be really driven to be a successful screen writer. - Why being a screenwriter is really about compromise and collaboration. - How being a manger means representing your clients and having your clients represent you. Connect with John: Guest Contact Info Twitter @bellevueprods Instagram @bellevueprods Facebook facebook.com/bellevueprods Links Mentioned: Bellevueprods.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, we read PAPER GIRLS, the multi-Eisner award winning series written by Brian K Vaughan and illustrated by Cliff Chiang, recently adapted as a streaming TV series starring Ali Wong on Amazon (and unfairly called a rip off of Stranger Things, bc as with most things, the comic came first!) Paper Girls starts way back when in 1988, in a suburb of Cleveland, where four twelve year old...you guessed it...Paper Girls - Erin, Tiffany, Mac, and KJ - befriend each other the morning after Halloween and quickly find a creepy basement time machine, and quickly find themselves in a millennia spanning temporal civil war between factions of human order and chaos. Along the way they encounter ancient cave people, future hipsters, and their older selves. ALSO, dinosaurs, microscopic-turned-gargantuan monsters, and giant-sized rock-em-sock-em robots You may remember the writer Brian K. Vaughan, who's a former writer on the TV series LOST, and written many sci Fi series - some of which we've read on this pod - like Saga + Y: The Last Man. And the artist Cliff Chiang actually won an Eisner for his work on Paper Girls, and has created some other great works - most notably Wonder Woman, the Human Target, and Catwoman Lonely City. Anyhow, this is one that Ryan + Raman don't see eye to eye on, and we interrogate that further, as we are known to do....
We were honored to have author and all around baddie, Amparo Ortiz (@amparo_ortiz ), on the show this week!!! Not only is she a fantastic writer, she's a fantastic human too! If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to our channel wherever you listen so you don't miss out on this hilariously fun episode. A bit more about Amparo: Amparo Ortiz is the author of BLAZEWRATH GAMES and DRAGONBLOOD RING. She was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and currently lives on the island's northeastern coast. She's published short story comics in MARVEL'S VOICES: COMUNIDADES #1 and in the Eisner-award winning PUERTO RICO STRONG. She's also co-editor of the upcoming OUR SHADOWS HAVE CLAWS, a young adult horror anthology featuring myths and monsters from Latin America. When she's not writing, she teaches ESL as a college professor and watches a lot of Kpop videos. Learn more about her projects at www.amparoortiz.com You can preorder her upcoming YA Fantasy: Last Sunrise in Eterna here. You can find Amparo here on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok Of the Publishing Persuasion is a podcast for writers at all stages, shedding light on the journey to publication and beyond. The ups, the downs and everything in between. Find us on Instagram: @pubpersuasion HOSTED BY: Angela Montoya: @angelamontoya_author & Melanie Schubert: @melanie_schubert_writer
Welcome to the Shelf Care Interview, an occasional conversation series where Booklist talks to book people. This Shelf Care Interview is sponsored by Random House Children's Books. In this episode of the Shelf Care Interview, Sarah Hunter talks to Reimena Yee, author of MY AUNT IS A MONSTER. Reimena Yee is an illustrator, writer, and designer. Hailing from the dusty metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she is now based in Melbourne, Australia. She once was a STEM student, but left to pursue her passion for the world and all its histories and cultures, which she weaves into her art and stories. She is the cofounder of UNNAMED, a comics collective that builds community and resources for visual-literary creators in Southeast Asia. She is the author-illustrator of the gothic comics The World in Deeper Inspection and the Eisner- and McDuffie-nominated The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya. Séance Tea Party was her debut middle-grade graphic novel. @reimenayee
In the screening room Angus has discovered a 22 min video done by 2022 Eisner award winning author Eike Exner on the real origins of Manga in support of his award winning book 'Comics and the Origins of Manga: A Revisionist History'. This is an amazing reveal of the true origins of Manga and draws upon the common ground that western comics and Manga came from. From the author Eike Exner: "I spent several years in Japan researching the history and origins of manga and found out that the dominant narrative is mostly nonsense." The *Real* Origins of Manga https://youtu.be/ktSOTpHCfTM Comics and the Origins of Manga: A Revisionist History https://www.amazon.com/Comics-Origins-Manga-Revisionist-History/dp/1978827229/ Leave a message via the anchor app at Kirby's Kids. www.anchor.fm/kirbyskids Join the Community Discussions https://mewe.com/join/kirbyskids Please join us down on the Comics Reading Trail in 2022 https://www.kirbyskids.com/2021/11/holiday-special-kirbys-kids-giving.html For detailed show notes and past episodes please visit www.kirbyskids.com
Y comienza la cuenta atrás esta temporada. Como las anteriores, cada mes tendremos una nueva entrega de nuestro habitual repaso a los premios Eisner, con la peculiaridad de que esta vez arrancamos ya en 2015, con lo que estamos a 7 entregas de pillar a la actualidad y completar nuestro repaso desde 1988. Pero paso a paso, centrémonos en ese 2015 que premiaba los cómics aparecidos en el cercanísimo 2014 y en un play vamos con esos nominados que seguro que a todos nos suenan. Bienvenidos a los Premios Eisner de anteayer. Sabed, oh-yentes, que entre los años del hundimiento de Atlantis y sus brillantes ciudades, tragadas por los océanos, y los años del nacimiento de los hijos de Aryas, hubo una edad no soñada donde podía escucharse el podcast 255 de ELHDT. Selección musical: 🎶 Carrie Lowell, de Sufjan Stevens 🎶 Eugene , de Sufjan Stevens 🎶 No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross, de Sufjan Stevens
Los madrileños Teresa Valero y Juan Díaz Canales se han unido al dibujante italiano Antonio Lapone para crear "Gentlemind", un cómic sobre la edad dorada de las revistas para hombres ambientado en Nueva York, entre 1930 y 1970, que cuenta la historia de los periodistas, dibujantes y responsables de una publicación dirigida por una mujer. Uno de los tebeos del año, publicado por Norma Editorial, y que fue nominado a los premios Eisner de 2021 al mejor cómic digital. Escuchar audio
Eisner and Ringo Award winning comics writer, Chuck Brown, stopped by the Yeti Cave to chat with CBY Media Editor, Byron O'Neal, about his new Image Comics project, Flawed, and to share notes about weird stories from both their hometowns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friend of the show, Eisner winner and Creepy Magazine owner Dan Braun joins Jake and Jesús to offer up several knockout grail tales and speculation books. Don't miss out on listening to one of the most interesting men in comics tell his tales. SUPPORT THE SHOW! Subscribe to our Patreon to gain exclusive bonus content, join our private discord conversations and, of course, help Spec Tales grow. SUPPORT THE SHOW! Subscribe to our Patreon to gain exclusive bonus content, join our private discord conversations and, of course, help Spec Tales grow. www.patreon.com/spectalesREACH OUT TO US! Share a grail tale of your own, give us some feedback, or tell us a topic you want us to discuss. Our website is www.spectalespodcast.com or find us on Twitter and on Instagram. You can also shoot us a message anytime at email@example.comIf you're enjoying what you're listening to, do us a favor and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Positive reviews make the podcast easier to be found by other grail chasers like us.As always — thank you for listening.Spec Tales Artwork Created by Bartels Creative Co — www.bartelscreative.co
Episode #443! Attending comic book conventions is always a good time. You never know what you might find for sale. This year's New World Con was no acceptation. We found numerous comics, books and magazines that made it home with us. Listen as we talk a little about the con and some of our purchases. We also talk about an Eisner award winner. Check it out!
Hi, everybody. Our cohost George talks to Eisner and Ringo Award nominee, musician and cartoonist Dave Chisholm about his new graphic novel Enter The Blue available in bookstores September 27, 2022 and comic shops September 28, 2022. You can purchase the deluxe edition at https://z2comics.com. This is a project that was commissioned by Blue Note Records. It's a story about staying true to your artistic voice. Dave fills us in on the behind the scenes process of creating this book and some of his other works, his careers as a jazz trumpeter and as a teacher at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Hochstein School, and he schools George on jazz. Check out Dave's content and follow him on social media: https://www.davechisholmmusic.com Twitter @chisholmdave Tik Tok @davechisholmcomics Instagram @thedavechisholm George is continuing his jazz journey with these classics: Blue In Green by Miles Davis 'Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk Ornithology by Charlie Parker Thank you for listening. Connect with Meanwhile At The Podcast on social media. We love it when you #livetweet. Share the show, subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and rate us on your podcast apps. Those much coveted five stars are always appreciated. Stay safe out there. https://twitter.com/@MeanwhileATP https://www.instagram.com/meanwhileatp http://www.meanwhileatthepodcast.libsyn.com https://www.facebook.com/meanwhileatthepodcast Rodney (AKA Art Nerrd): https://www.instagram.com/theartnerrd https://twitter.com/@artnerrd https://www.facebook.com/artnerrd https://shop.spreadshirt.com/artnerrd Kristin: https://www.instagram.com/klu4973 https://twitter.com/@klu4973 Rich: https://twitter.com/@doctorstaypuft
The first of this year's Eisner winners that we reviewed is Not All Robots by Mark Russell and Mike Deodato Jr. This book won for Best Humor Publication, and we had a great time with this one. We had high expectations for these two collaborators, and they did not disappoint. Set 30 years in the future, Not All Robots is a very realistic prediction for the future of society. News 01:36 Not All Robots 17:24 Back Matter Matters 49:53 The Pull-List 54:01 Linktr.ee/tradewaiters Follow Us!
Holy Read Piles, Batman! It's time for our review of the recent Eisner award nominated Nightwing series by Tom Taylor & Bruno Redondo! Plus we're recapping the results of our recent weekly comic book related fan polls that we post over at our Twitter page, @LastComicShop! Host: Andy Larson Co Hosts: Chad Smith & JA Scott
Today we head on down to the hyper hooch hovel, to drink our cares away and talk funny about all things theme parks. This week Adriane and Ryan get sloshy chattin up some of our favorite listener questions and give out some hard hitting answers. Do we advocate lying about your birthday date at dinner for special treatment.... you bet your sweet Eeyore we do. This ep's mail call covers a bunch of fun topics from cheap yet special birthday meals, to which rides get the big “K” in our round of park to park F - Marry - Kill. Our hosts then set their eyes on the great big beyond, the con of cons for the mouse brigade. Our little community's very own official fan club of Eisner's and Elias's alike, the 2022 D-23 Expo. And as all good little content creators should, our terrible twosome get all up on their favorite rumors, hopes and dreams for the Parks and Resorts Panel. Will Cheapstack ever open his pocketbook and give us a replacement to the ever so beloved, lost legend, and fan favorite; Primeval Whirl... To find out, you just gotta listen in.
Today, it's uncommon for the descendants of the enslavers to meet those of the enslaved. What's even more remarkable is for the descendent of the enslaver to care enough about her families past and what's happening in the present, to reach out and make contact. Now you know that origins of The Reparations Project. This two part series introduces the co-founders of The Reparations Project, which was founded by the direct descendants of the enslaver, Sarah Eisner and the enslaved, Randy Quarterman who together are doing some incredible work not only healing issues from the past, but bridging the wealth gap that continues to be a significant after effect of slavery in America. In this episode, meet Sarah Eisner, Co-Founder and descendent of the Quarterman's enslavers, who not only took the first step in reaching out to the descendent of her families' enslaved, but is doing all that she can do to right some of the wrongs for the family, help educate others who have been affected by slavery and help preserve heirs' property. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eisner-nominated Tony Fleecs hangs with us to talk about Enzo Garza's Gutt Ghost, The Book Tour by Andi Watson, X-Men Legends #1 by Roy Thomas and Dave Wachter, Jordan Crane's Keeping Two from Fantagraphics, Parker Girls #1 by Terry Moore, a whole lot of Miles Morales, Dynamite's James Bond: 007 #1 by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Marco Finnegan, A.X.E.: Judgment Day, Ghost Cage, and more!
On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum once again go over the last months worth of news! We start off with a few depressing items such as the passing of Dubu, the artist behind Solo Leveling, as well as some updates on a few series that are currently on hiatus due to a variety of health issues caused by the general harsh workload of the manga industry. Despite that, there's also a lot to look forward to, such as a ton of new manga licenses like always, some new upcoming anime films coming to theaters in the US and even new takes on Death Note coming up from both the creators of Stranger Things and also...The Simpsons!? All this more on this episode of the podcast! Enjoy!! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2022/manga-mavericks-ep-210-august-2022-news-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - RIP Dubu, artist of Solo Leveling 02:36 - Intro/Lum's time at Otakon and their latest podcast guest spots 08:58 - Ai Yazawa's latest comment on the state of Nana's hiatus 10:21 - Welcome to the Ballroom goes on hiatus/irregular serialization 11:35 - Diamond in the Rough and Ruri Dragon on hiatus 14:38 - Updates on Togahi's progress on the next batch of Hunter x Hunter chapters 20:39 - Two Shaman King spinoff manga ending 21:31 - Chihayafuru has ended 23:36 - Kaguya-sama: Love is War to end soon with 28 volumes total 24:35 - Blood Blockade Battlefront Part 3 - Beat 3 Peat - starts in October 25:28 - Bungo Stray Dogs gets new manga spinoff about Dazai and Chuya's pasts 26:04 - RWBY Ice Queendom manga adaptation 26:52 - Netflix series Sex Education gets manga adaptation 26:16 - Detroit Become Human manga adaptation 29:18 - New manga from Akira Hiramoto & Muneyaki Kaneshiro 30:31 - Takahiro and Kei Toru 31:58 - Inio Asano 32:17 - Tsunami Umino 32:47 - Aruko 33:24 - WaqWaq added to the Shonen Jump app 35:12 - Square Enix's Manga Up! app 45:20 - Colton's Licensing Highlights 1:01:31 - Lum's Licensing Highlights 1:19:21 - Dark Horse's licensing slip ups 1:23:24 - Moto Hagio inducted into Eisner Hall of Fame 1:24:15 - Junji Ito wins Eisner for Lovesickness 1:26:06 - Hidetaka Tenjin & Shaenon Garrity both receive Inkpot Awards 1:27:09 - Upcoming anime films premiering in North America 1:28:50 - Slam Dunk film premiering in Japan on December 3rd 1:31:02 - Kaguya-sama: Love is War gets anime film 1:31:42 - Sasaki and Miyano gets anime film 1:32:27 - RWBY gets crossover film with Justice League 1:32:49 - Updates on the live-action Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) film 1:39:40 - New unscripted series about Pokemon TCG coming up 1:40:21 - New live-action Death Note series coming from the creators of Stranger Things 1:43:06 - Next Simpsons Treehouse of Horror special to have segment parodying Death Note 1:45:11 - Live-action Drops of God series coming to Hulu in 2023 1:46:51 - Sequel to live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie comes to Netflix on August 20th 1:47:26 - Dr Stone Season 3 & Me and Roboco anime coming in 2023 1:48:11 - Mashle gets anime 1:49:37 - Tale of the Outcasts gets anime 1:50:08 - Shangri-la Frontier gets anime 1:51:14 - Crunchyroll producing Tomo-chan is a Girl & Solo Leveling anime 1:52:35 - Updates on the new Trigun anime 1:54:27 - New Panty & Stocking project announced from Studio Trigger 1:55:54 - Macross anime licenses 1:57:47 - Mangamura being sued 1:59:09 - Community Shout-outs! 2:04:55 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
¡Regresamos con todo! Y queremos hablar de todo lo que ha pasado en nuestra ausencia, primero con el terremoto de todos los cambios que ahora enfrenta DC, ¿Para bien o para mal? Además hablamos de los animes que sin duda será un boom, Kaiju N°8 y Chainsaw Man con un gran trailer. Por si fuera poco hablamos de lo que nos dejo los ganadores de los premios Eisner, en medio de muchísima polémica que ya viene año tras año, cerrando con todo el review (sin spoilers) de las dos series basadas en comics que nos han sorprendido “Papers Girls” y la magnifica y gran “The Sandman” ¡Dale Play!
Will and I talk about the Eisner wins for THE GOOD ASIAN and SNOW ANGELS and his overall experience at San Diego Comic-Con 2022. He also hints at a few future projects and his plan to get an open bar at the Eisners.
West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin is now in support of the a bill to address climate, health care, and taxes. So, happy day and all is forgiven! But many are feeling scarred and even despondent. Is that useful? Plus, we're joined by publisher Sean Michael Robinson and Eisner-nominated cartoonist Carson Grubaugh to discuss the first ever AI-generated comic, The Abolition Of Man. And, yes, it's an Antwentig, where we discuss fundraising successes and follow-up questions…or lack thereof. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Gofundme: Fundraiser by Jacqueline White : Help secure A brighter future for Kavon &Kaleigh (gofundme.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“I don’t think it’s amazing in the way you do…” This week on the Crankcast… Happy 14th annual Chris Makepeace Dayweek–go eat some meatballs while watching MEATBALLS! Mike berates crank for not bring home an Eisner while crank admits that he voted for Barry Windsor Smith, some movie talk including the amazing over-the-top wierdness that […]
2022 EISNER AwardsThursday Comics #59from the Library of Graphic LiteratureJuly 28th, 2022Welcome to another astounding episode of Thursday Comics with issue #59 and the sweet solo Lord of comic book media, Wallace Ryan who's sitting in for himself and Dennis Osbourne...who isn't here today. All Hail King Dennis!!!In this episode, I review the 2022 Eisner Award winners and compare them to my own Eisner ballot to see how I scored.Thursday Comics theme by Bill Brennan#thursdaycomics #comicbooks #graphic novels #omnibus #eisnerawards
No Frango Fino 383, Doug Bezerra, Doug Lira e Rafa Louzada comentam tudo que rolou na San Diego Comic-Con 2022 e a divulgação das primeiras imagens do live action de Yu Yu Hakusho. Arte por Pedro Ferreira (@pedroferreira2d) Apoie o Frango!! PIX: email@example.com Padrim: https://www.padrim.com.br/frangofino PicPay: https://picpay.me/frangofino Patreon: https://patreon.com/frangofino Orelo: https://orelo.cc/frangofino Comentado durante o programa: "Nem Todo Robô" HQ ganhadora do prêmio Eisner: https://amzn.to/3b2Hbuz "1984" HQ ganhadora do prêmio Eisner: https://amzn.to/3vitoab Imagens do Yu Yu Hakusho da Netflix: https://canaltech.com.br/entretenimento/yu-yu-hakusho-netflix-divulga-primeiras-imagens-do-elenco-principal-confira-221096/ ASSINE O AMAZON PRIME E AJUDE O FRANGO! Assine nosso canal no YouTube Não perca mais nossas lives! Siga o Bezerra em twitch.tv/dougbezerra TIKTOK DO FRANGO! Entrevista Doug Bezerra no podcast Abrindo Cabeças Instagram dos Frangos: Doug Bezerra (@dougbezerra), Doug Lira (@liradoug) e Rafa Louzada (@rafaelouzada) Grupo do Frango no Facebook Frango Fino no Spotify Playlist do Frango Fino no Spotify Frango Fino no Deezer Para falar com a gente: WhatsApp: 11 91031 0573 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @frangofinopodcast Twitter: @frangofinoPadrim: https://www.padrim.com.br/frangofino
It's a show filled with Eisner award winning comics as we review Darwyn Cooke's adaptions of the Donald Westlake novels from his "Parker" series including The Hunter & The Outfit collected together in the book "Parker: The Martini Edition". Plus our recap of those that won the 2022 Eisner awards during the recent San Diego Comic Con as well our favorite comic book announcements from this year's event! Host: Andy Larson Co Hosts: Chad Smith & JA Scott
So much to talk about this week after Comic Con San Diego! We'll cover it all in due time, but check the time stamps if you want to skip to anything in particular! This week's non-Convention News (0:08:55) starts with the tragic passing of comics' Alan Grant, and has a few fun smaller points, but I think the bulk of the interest will be found with Marvel's new title trademarks (0:23:51) and what it all might mean! Also, there is no "The Mutants." The week's comic book Picks (0:28:58) for the 20th of July had Grim #3 and Seven Sons #2 as the picks of the week by far, with Artemis: Wanted #1 as a close third! And this brilliant era of indie comics continues with this week's Pulls (0:34:08), comics for this week, the 27th of July. My extensive San Diego Comic Con 2022 rundown begins at 0:44:55, starting with comic book updates, because thy still do actually cover comics themselves at these big events, go figure! My most anticipated announcements are Tradd Moore's Doctor Strange and Johnathon Hickman's triumphant return to the Marvel cosmos! The various trailers from the event begin at 59:20 and start off with the DCEU, specifically Sandman (we're adding it in here at least), Black Adam, and Shazam: Fury of the Gods. The Marvel MCU starts at 1:05:22 with the I am Groot teaser trailer, before really knocking it out of the park with Wakanda Forever at 1:07:26. That one is followed by She-Hulk, and then we get into Star Trek, Animation, and all the rest! Still talking SDCC22, the new MCU Updates start with 1:59:03, including the rest of phase 4, the plan for phase 5, and the current agenda for phase 6, plus all the news and updates for projects near and far! The convention rundown ends 2:09:45 with Games, Toys, and the Rest of the News! Announced at the con, actually, I also have an Eisner's Recap! 2:13:09 the Eisner awards are the most prestigious awards in the comic book creation industry, and the winners are well worth crediting and celebrating. Congrats to all winner and nominees! We wrap up this long week with highlights of the October Big-Two Solicits, 2:19:00 (link to full will go here). I'll be back next week for the first episode of August, 74! As She-Hulk gets closer along with all those other newly announced goodies, the news and updates are only going to get more exciting. Stay hydrated in this summer heat wave, and stay sweaty about comics! Alan Grant Memorial Article: https://www.cbr.com/alan-grant-quietly-ushered-in-a-new-era-of-comics/ upcoming Cons: https://www.gamesradar.com/comic-conventions/ BBC on Sandman https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-62287218 The Yancy Street Discord! https://discord.gg/aVXYYY7M -HELLCAT: The Patsy Walker Story https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/full-archive/the-patsy-walker-hellcat-story-june-yancy-street-special-history-from-timely-to-marvel-character-insights-and-more -NEW! Beginner's Guide to Comics: https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/beginners-guide-to-comic-books.html !!Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sensational-she-geek-live-from-yancy-street/id1550410718 !!Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/45qGcYnP147aZBVIHC09lI?si=cb8b8c1a4f8c4ac7 !!Pandora https://www.pandora.com/podcast/sensational-she-geek-live-from-yancy-street/PC:74557 Find me on Instagram: @annawiththecomics https://www.instagram.com/annawiththecomics/ Podcast Updates on Twitter: @savageshegeek https://twitter.com/savageshegeek YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KoazT-HEFbqCALjxRLjFQ Website/Blog: https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/ Donation and All Other Links https://linktr.ee/sensationalshegeek
Welcome back to The Oblivion Bar: A Nerd-Culture Podcast -- The Official Podcast of The Fantasy Shop in St. Charles, MO.Joining us for episode 088 of The Oblivion Bar Podcast is the artist of 2014's The Infinite Loop, 2019's November with writer Matt Fraction, and has since illustrated numerous books and covers for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, Penguin Random House, Disney, and Lucasfilm. She also hosts an AMAZING YouTube channel where she explores the craft of storytelling in comics.Also joining us is the Eisner-winning writer of The Vision at Marvel Comics, The Sheriff of Babylon at Vertigo, 4+ years on Batman, Mister Miracle with artist Mitch Gerads, Strange Adventures with Mitch and Doc Shaner, and The Human Target with Greg Smallwood for DC Comics.This pair are also the powerhouse creative force behind the Substack newsletter ‘Everlasting Productions', where they distribute their ongoing digital comic about romance and heartbreak: Love Everlasting with colorist Matt Hollingsworth and letterer Clayton Cowles.We are honored to welcome both Elsa Charretier and Tom King onto the show!Website: oblivionbarpodcast.comFollow us on TwitterLike us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramConsider supporting us over on PatreonFollow us on Whatnot (GET $10 WITH LINK!)
San Diego Comic-Con is kind of like the Nerd Oscars: very glitzy with stars of top-grossing comics-based movies and awards galore. The Eisner Awards are the highest honor in comics. This year's winner of the Eisner for Best Comic-related Book is Michigan-born writer and critic Douglas Wolk. Last year Wolk consumed some twenty-seven-thousand comic books — the entirety of Marvel Comics' output spanning more than half a century. He wrote a book about it: All of the Marvels. This episode is a rerun. GUEST: Douglas Wolk, writer, critic, and journalist Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Stateside's theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Blue Dot Sessions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest today double Eisner award winner David F Walker. He received two of the prestigious awards at Comic Con the day after he joined me on the podcast. His list of credentials is way too long but Google this dude. He has worked for DC and Marvel and birthed a wholly original character from idea to a TV show – check out Naomi! He has projects in the pipeline and a long list of work and credits. David learns how much I disliked him back in the day and why, find out why we still hate the late John Morgan. David has a project, Bitter Root in the process, has won awards for his graphic novels depicting the life of Fredrick Douglass and the Black Panther Party - Obviously separate stories.
Join NWP Radio for a visit with author and NWP Writers Council member Pornsak Pichetshote. Pichetshote was a Thai-American rising star editor at DC's Vertigo imprint where he worked on such comics perennials as The Sandman and Swamp Thing. His books have been nominated for dozens of Eisner awards—be it the award-winning Daytripper, the New York Times bestseller The Unwritten, or critical darlings like Sweet Tooth and Unknown Soldier. He left Vertigo to become an executive in DC Entertainment's media team, where he started and oversaw DC TV's department. He is the author of Infidel, his first major comics work as a writer, and his newest series The Good Asian which features police detective Edison Hark.
On the heels of the Eisner Award nominations, Your Friendly Neighborhood Librarians are back to talk all things graphic novels! Jason Poole, outreach coordinator at the Webster Public Library and a past Eisner judge, stops by to share his expertise on the subject with Robyn and Jim.
Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/2njb *** Let me ask you a question: if you checked showtimes for movies in your area at any given moment over the past decade, which type of movie would you almost certainly see on the list? That's right, a superhero movie. But not just any superhero movie. A Marvel superhero movie. Marvel has produced and released around 30 films since 2007, grossing almost 30 billion dollars! But this empire of film didn't start as an empire. It all started with a man named Stan. Stan Lee. Or did it? Today we're joined by Abraham Riesman. Abraham is the author of True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee. The book was published by Penguin Random House's Crown imprint and is nominated for both the Hugo and Eisner awards. As Neil Gaiman describes it, “True Believer is a biography that reads like a thriller or a whodunit. It's an exploration of an often farcical tragedy: the life, afterlife, and death of a salesman and an editor who dreamed of being something more. It unwraps Stanley Lieber the man and Stan Lee the invention and the brand name, and manages to be scrupulously honest, deeply damning, and sometimes even heartbreaking.” Abraham Riesman is a Providence-based journalist, writing primarily for New York magazine about arts and culture. Abraham's work has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, The New Republic, and Vice, among other publications. We are super thrilled to be joined by Abraham today to talk about Stan Lee and all things Marvel. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)
On today's episode, I talk to Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comics creator Mike "Spike" Allred. Originally from Oregon, Mike began his career in comics while working as a journalist. He created his well-known character Madman in the early '90s, and since then has drawn on books like Sandman, Fables, Silver Surfer and numerous others. He co-created two wonderful series: iZombie and X-Statix, and is currently drawing Superman: Space Age and a new X-Statix series. This is the website for Beginnings, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, follow me on Twitter.
Today's guest is Mongie, the creator of the Eisner-award nominated romantic comedy webcomic Let's Play, a story that follows Sam's life as her video game development career collides with unexpectedly budding romance. In today's episode, we talk about how Mongie pivoted from playing the tuba, to developing software as a programmer, to finally taking the leap and starting Let's Play. We also discuss Let's Play's meteoric rise to webcomic fame and what that meant as a digital creator, and learn about how Let's Play is crossing over into print and into television. She even shares some practical tips for creators looking to add more heft to each episode, so don't go anywhere. Check out Leeanne's work: https://linktr.ee/mongrelmarie
Jace chats with Eisner-award winning writer Gene Luen Yang about the recently concluded first arc of Monkey Prince. The guys discuss the origins of the project, bring Eastern mythology to the DCU, Fan reaction and a whole lot more about one of DC's newest heroes. Then they bounce over to Marvel to talk about the legacy of Shang Chi and the challenges of updating him for a new generation. All this plus some American Born Chinese and Batman/Superman talk.
On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum once again catch up on some news, especially a lot of sales news, as they finally get back to covering both the New York Times Graphic Books & Manga and Bookscan lists to see where North American manga sales have gone in the past three months. They also discuss the yearly overall NPD Bookscan to see just how well manga has been selling in general (and spoiler alert: Manga has been selling EVEN BETTER then last year)! This along with some serialization and licensing news, as well as a ton of anime news, including the announcement of a new Trigun anime coming from Studio Orange! Enjoy! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2022/manga-mavericks-ep-206-july-2022-news-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - Intro/Update on our email from Eric! 04:56 - My Hero Academia surpasses 10 million copies in print in the US 10:22 - NYT Graphic Books & Manga lists from April to June 2022 13:47 - Bookscan lists from March to May 33:49 - NPD Bookscan Report for 2021 1:13:44 - Oricon's Top Selling Manga for the First Half of 2022 1:24:33 - Noragami enters its final arc 1:25:17 - Hinowa Ga Crush ending with its 8th volume 1:26:00 - Bakemonogatari manga goes on 3-month hiatus 1:27:05 - New Saintia Sho side-story manga 1:28:01 - New manga from the duo behind Deadman Wonderland 1:30:35 - New one shot from Tatsuki Fujimoto (as well as release date for Chainsaw Man Part 2!) 1:33:14 - New simulpubs available on Manga Plus with more planning to be made available in 2023 1:40:44 - Bubbles Zine to publish Igaguri-kun: Young Judo Master 1:43:29 - Cross Infinite World Licenses 1:48:53 - Viz Media Licenses 2:00:25 - Sae Whan Song joins Viz Media 2:01:40 - Eisner 2022 nominations 2:03:22 - Otaku Elf gets anime 2:04:20 - Second Sword Art Online Progressive film opens in Japan on September 2nd 2:04:48 - Vinland Saga season 2 will come out in January 2023 2:05:17 - New Mononoke film coming 2:06:20 - New Trigun anime coming to Crunchyroll from Studio Orange 2:11:39 - New 3DCG Astro Boy series from the director of Miraculous Ladybug 2:13:16 - Captain Tsubasa 2018 is finally streaming via Roku 2:16:03 - New Junji Ito anime coming to Netflix in 2023 (with Uzumaki anime being delayed once again) 2:18:43 - Zom 100 gets live-action movie on Netflix 2:19:27 - Let's Go Karaoke gets live-action film in 2023 2:20:11 - Justin Lin attached to direct live-action One-Punch Man film 2:21:10 - GKids acquires theatrical and home video rights to Evangelion 3.0+1.0 2:22:07 - Vote for your favorite episodes of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure 2:23:03 - Lum voted for their favorite episodes of Bleach 2:27:56 - Community Shout-outs! 2:35:42 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
We love Joe Corallo. If you’ve ever spoken to the man for longer than three minutes, you’d quickly see why. Joe is engaging, kind, funny, and a hell of a talented writer and editor. Joe is the mastermind editor behind the Eisner-nominated anthology Mine! A celebration of liberty and freedom for all benefiting Planned Parenthood. (with the recent Supreme Court decision reversing Roe vs Wade this anthology is more important than ever) Joe is also the co-creator of the Comixology Originals series The Never-Ending Party is available now on Amazon! It’s free to read if you’re an Amazon Prime member. We chat with Joe about the do’s and don’ts of networking, how long should you wait to email that editor you met, and proper Ringo Award show attire. Heros Con 2022 Wrap up!We’d also like to wish a warm welcome to all of those fine folks who signed up for our newsletter at Heroes Con in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kevin and I love this show. Heroes holds a special place in my heart: This is the show where we met Walter and decided to embark on the creative journey that birthed Metalshark Bro. This is where Kevin and I met lifelong friends like Jamie Jones and Kyle Starks and cemented relationships with Drew Moss and Marc Deerling. This year proved to be no different. We made some new friends in Josh Hood, Jeremy Brooks, John Burgin, Sean Von Gorman, and David Byrne. That is to say, we met them IRL as the kids say. We also met two spunky go-getters Brie and Jennifer through our buddy JOSEPH SCHMALKE. We sold a lot of books, gave out some sage-like advice on the business of making comics, and set up future projects. We’d like to thank Shelton, Karla, and all of the staff that made Heroes another dynamite show. See you all next year. Currently Reading/Recently finished booksNorm MacDonald Based on a True Story: I’ve been wanting to read this for quite a while. It is proving to be worth the wait. Hitler’s American Freinds: A look at the many groups, people, and political organizations that we Nazi supporters in the United States during the war.The Many Lives of Laila Starr: This one goes without saying. It was fantastic. Bold storytelling and artwork. A masterpiece. Criminal Omnibus Vol1: Found it half off (half off!) at an Anime Con I took my daughter and her friends to. What a great book. Bitter Root Vol 1: A lot of fun. The writing is sharp and the artwork slaps. Not sure why I waited so long to hear this but man, it’s great. Cheers,The Word Bros!Shop the Word Bros Store! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit thewordbros.substack.com
We're back (to the Rock) with another episode of Fraggle Talk: The Unofficial Fraggle Rock Podcast! Put on your leather jackets, hop on your hog, and grow some mutton chops, because we're talkin' about "Wembley the Spokesfraggle"! Learn all about Jack Hammer - the coolest Doozer in all Doozerdom, character find of the year Pogey Fraggle, and how to perform Red Fraggle's right hand. Joining us in this episode are two puppeteers whose work can be seen all over the Rock: Kanja Chen and Ali Eisner! Happy listening, Fraggle fans!
I am very lazy, here is a copy and paste for Fountain City Con NEW CENTURY, KS – Like the mythical Phoenix rising from the COVID-19 pandemic ashes, Fountain City Con returns this summer for two days of comics and pop culture goodness at the New Horizon Field-house in New Century, Kansas.Scheduled for the weekend of July 30-31, the two-day family-friendly event provides a gathering place for artists and fans to come together and share their common interests.The return of the expo is a welcome sign in a return to near-normalcy in the age of post-COVID, and the event organizers welcome the return of comic and anime fans to the event.“[After two one-day shows in 2021, we are looking to continue our mission to become the Midwest's premier showcase for all things pop culture, from comics to original art, anime, collectible toys, and beyond]” said Fountain City Con [co-founder, Barry Poole].“[We welcome back all those who have supported us in the past, as well as those attending for the first time this summer.]” added FCC's other co-founder, Jud Kite].Current artists scheduled to attend Fountain City Con in July include Eisner Award nominee, Phil Hester, illustrator of Green Arrow, Swamp Thing, Ant-Man, Batman Beyond and other comic books gracing the collections of comic lovers everywhere; Ringo Award nominee Leeanne Krecic, creator of the hit webtoon, Let's Play; Chris Grine, creator of the Eisner-nominated series Chickenhare, as well as Time Shifters, and Secrets of Camp Whatever; and many others. An up-to-date list of artists attending the event can be found at https://www.fountaincitycon.com/new-page-3-2.Tickets for the two-day event are $20 for an adult two-day admission, $15 for Saturday-only admission, $10 for Sunday-only admission. Kids 12 and under are free both days. To purchase advance tickets, visit https://www.fountaincitycon.com/tickets.Sponsorship and vendor spaces are still available for the event. For more vendor information, visit https://www.fountaincitycon.com/vendor-application and prospective sponsors can contact the show directly by email at email@example.com
Marvel Reread Club applies its heightened senses to April 1964, with Amazing Spider-Man #11, Daredevil #1, Fantastic Four #25, Journey into Mystery #103 with Thor, Strange Tales #119 with the Human Torch and Dr. Strange, Tales of Suspense #52 with Iron Man, and Tales to Astonish #54 with Giant-Man and the Wasp! Ne'erdowell brothers! Eisner-esque hoods! Three heroes on speedboats! Matt's long-seeded fear of women! Rabble rousing! Boris and Natasha! Asking your girlfriend to hold your drugs in customs!
Chris Stevens from The Golem of Venice Beach and Matt Kindt from Flux House are featured in Episode #542 this week! First up is Chris Stevens, the multiple Eisner award-winning editor with a fascinating Kickstarter project called The Golem of Venice Beach, which you can support at this link! The project has attracted a stellar line-up of creators, including Bill Sienkiewicz and Michael Allred, and is described as “152-page epic about the adventures of a 400-year-old Golem spans from 16th century Europe to the horrors of World War II to modern day Venice Beach, where the Golem becomes entangled in a war between a gang and the police.” Be sure to support it before the project concludes this Friday, July 1, at 2:59 a.m.! Then everything wraps up with my conversation with Matt Kindt, who recently launched an ambitious boutique imprint with Dark Horse called Flux House! It will feature the writing (and sometimes art) of Kindt presented in startling and untraditional ways! Coming soon in July will be Mind Mgmt: Bootleg, a new 4-part mini-series by Kindt and four select artists. We discuss what we can expect from Flux House and Kindt in the coming months, so don't miss it! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patreon member. It will help ensure Wayne's Comics Podcast continues far into the future!
Jenny Jaffe (Rugrats, Teen Titans Go!) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how it's possible that Tom Cruise has never seen a movie, Jenny's deal with herself that lead to an extravagant massage chair purchase, and Jesse's attempt to use The Secret to become a minor league baseball announcer. Plus, Jordan and the Bubble Team are nominated for an Eisner! If you are a librarian or a comic industry professional, please vote for Bubble!!