Episode 3 of Super Comic Battle Wars: The Battle of May 2017
On this, the second episode of SUPER COMIC BATTLE WARS we welcome you back to the most super of comic battle wars. Each host brings their top 5 favorite comics of the month then they battle it out in the most super of battles to create the list of the best comics in history ever of April 2017.
If you are too lazy or impatient or your heart can't handle surprises I have posted out lists below. To get the final list you will have to listen though, or ask a friend, or possible check your local news. Just listen.
On this, the first episode of SUPER COMIC BATTLE WARS we introduce you to the most super of comic battle wars. Each host brings their top 5 favorite comics of the month then they battle it out in the most super of battles to create the list of the best comics in history ever of March 2017.
So this is a first episode so bare with us as we figure out some of the logistics and format or just check in at episode 3 and lie later and tell people you have been listening since the beginning. No one will know! or care. If you are too lazy or impatient or your heart can't handle surprises I have posted out lists below. To get the final list you will have to listen though, or ask a friend, or possible check your local news. Just listen.
- Jughead: The Hunger
- Headlopper #5
- Space Riders Galaxy of Brutality #1
- Action Comics 976
- The Visitor #2
- Royal City #1
- Grass Kings #1
- Underwinter #1
- Judge Dredd: Cry of the Werewolf
- All-Star Batman #8
- Paper Girls #12
- Sex Criminals #17
- Green Valley #6
- Injection #11
- Spider-Man #14
On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Nick Antosca to talk about creating and writing on Channel Zero: Candle Cove on SyFy. The first season of Channel Zero focused on a child psychologist who returns home to investigate the mysterious children's television show Candle Cove and its connection to the death of children, including his brother, in the 80's. Nick talks about pacing a 6 episode season, effective horror, and character development. A huge thanks to Nick for coming on and talking about his work and Channel Zero. Be sure to check out the first season of Channel Zero on SyFy now.
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On this episode Kyle is joined by creators Malachi Ward and Matt Sheean to talk about their recently collected Image series, Ancestor. The series originally was serialized in Brandon Graham and Emma Rios' Island anthology and now has been collected into a stand alone trade. Matt and Malachi discuss working in the serialized format, framing panels, working as a team, pace and developing characters in a story that takes place in a short amount of time (relatively speaking, go read the story!). A huge thanks to Matt and Malachi for taking the time to discuss the series and their process. Ancestor is out both in stores and online now!
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Tillie Walden to talk about her web series On A Sunbeam. Releasing each Wednesday, On A Sunbeam explores the character Mia's past at a boarding school and her present on a building restoration crew and the beautiful world and space always around her. Tillie discusses tackling a weekly web comic, managing information in storytelling, and the ability to simplify your style. A huge thanks to Tillie for coming on to talk her process and On A Sunbeam. Be sure to check out the series each and every Wednesday.
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Wren McDonald to talk about his new comic SP4RX. It’s a story of an off the grid hacker named SP4RX who lives in a cyber punk future with class dived society. During the course of a job SP4RC finds himself pulled into the diabolical plot of mega corporation looking to weaponize the poor with their cybernetic implants. Wren talks about tacking his first long form story, the art of mineralization, hand lettering and telling a story in each panel. A huge thanks to Wren for taking the time to talk about his process and the series. SP4RX will be available from Nobrow Press this December. Wren will be at NYCC 2016 this week, the Massachusetts Independent Comic Expo and Comic Arts Brooklyn if you want to pick up an early comic of the book.
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On this episode on Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Austin James to talk about his series Hollow Mountain. The successful Kickstarter project, now Buño book is about the journey of Nicolas, an amnesiac boy, and a young girl named Roz through the land of Paeroa. Joined by Gebs, an ape man, and a talking backpack the group works to avoid the pursuit of the Cloaks, creatures who destroyed Roz’s home and have unknown intentions. Austin talks building the story out from a short comic, building the lore of the series, introducing breaks in the story to enhance pacing and writing kids. A huge thanks to Austin for taking the time to discuss the series and his process. Be sure to check out Hollow Mountain: The Long Shadow which you can read and purchase online now!
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Tom Parkinson-Morgan to talk about his series Kill Six Billion Demons. The series follows Allison who is transported to the ancient city of Throne and must deal with angels, monsters, demons and gods in an effort to save her boyfriend. Tom discusses storytelling, web comics, not over explaining magic and laughs at the idea of a Ghostbusters debate. A huge thanks to Tom for taking the time to talk about his series and the process of comics. Be sure to check out Kill Six Billion Demons available from Image Comics in stores and online now!
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Jenn Woodall to talk about his comic Marie + Worrywart. Marie + Worrywart is a "comic dealing with the intrusiveness and pervasiveness of anxiety." Jenn discusses creating the look of worrywart, creating with anxiety, ultra violent magical schoolgirls and is yet someone else not on board with Ghostbusters 2. a huge thanks to Jenn for coming on to talk her comics and process. Be sure to buy and read Marie + Worrywart available online now!
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by the creative team of Dustin Weaver and Ben Bates to talk about their IDW series Bebop and Rocksteady Destroy Everything. This week wraps the 5 issue time hoping adventure featuring the two lovable henchmen and the turtles. Ben and Dustin discuss writing as artists, managing a time travel story, writing for a large different roster of artists and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3. A huge thanks to Dustin and Ben for taking the time to talk about their process on the series and Bebop and Rocksteady as a whole. Be sure to pick up the final issue of Bebop and Rocksteady Destroy Everything in stores and online now!
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On the very first episode of COMICSTOOCOMICS; Kyle attempts to explain the first volume of Rumble to Sean. To explain the idea of the show it is Kyle who reads a lot of comics but does not really drink gets drunk to explain a comic to his cousin and life long badass friendship friend Sean who reads no comics but drinks on a regular basis. This was out first go at it so as we go we will tweak the structure and such to hopefully make it better. Also the show is called COMICSTOOCOMICS for no other reason than its the first thing we started singing in the intro. Enjoy.
Rumble: Volume 1 can be bought in stores or digitally now. Rumble is written by John Arcudi, with art by James Harren, colors by Dave Stewart and published by Image Comics. If you enjoy the show let us know, check out Pages and Panels where Kyle talks to creators, not drunk, about issues and the process behind them.
On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Tyler Crook to talk about his art on the series Harrow County. The series follows Emmy who upon her 18th birthday learns secrets about herself, her town and the creatures that inhabit the dark woods surrounding her home. Tyler discusses opening splash pages, effective use of coloring in horror, how not to lose a reader on a page and more. A huge thanks to Tyler for coming on to talk Harrow County and his process. Harrow County Vol 1 is in stores December 2nd and issue 7 is currently available in stores and online!
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by artist Tommy Patterson to talk about his work on Citizen Jack #1. The series looks at Jack Northworthy and his bid for president and the demon, Marlinspike running his campaign. Tommy discusses character acting, growing and learning as an artist, the difference between creator owned and work for hire. A huge thanks to Tommy for taking the time to talk about Citizen Jack #1 and his process. Be sure to pick up Citizen Jack #1 in stores and online now.
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by Fabian Rangel Jr and Alexis Ziritt to talk their comic Space Riders. The series follows Capitan Peligro and his fearless crew of Mono and Yara as they sail the cosmos in the Skullship Santa Muerte, and deal harsh justice to the scum of the galaxy while searching for the forbidden truths of the universe! Fabian and Alexis discuss developing the story from designs to full four issues, space whales, and growing as creators through the series. Make sure to pick up the first four issues of Space Riders in stores and online now. Look for the collected hardcover in stores November 25th.