Host Derek Coward returns to explain why there hasn’t been a show for a while and goes over the final issue in the Grendel Archives, sort of.
On this episode, Dave Slusher discusses the Image Comics series Satellite Sam. He discusses what he likes about the interaction of the creators, the strengths of the interplay with the writing and art and why he likes this milieu so much.
Satellite Sam is written by Matt Fraction, drawn by Howard Chaykin and lettered by Ken Bruzenak.
On this episode, Dave Slusher discusses the Image Comics series Velvet. He talks about the spy tropes he enjoys, the best parts of the writing and why the subtlety of the art sells the series.
Velvet is written by Ed Brubaker, drawn by Steve Epting and colored by Bettie Breitweiser.
My first episode drama featuring the ghost rider and his terrorizing adventure through the supernatural. Enjoy.
Host Derek Coward talks about the first confrontation between Grendel and Argent from the second part of Grendel #2, which can be found the Grendel Archives from Dark Horse.
Today may be “his special day” but that doesn’t mean that your intrepid host hasn’t thought of you listeners! Yes, on this very special thirty-fifth birthday episode, host Devin R Bruce has crafted an audio grab bag that is bursting at the seams with comics goodness! Open up and find treats featuring comics from such luminary creators as (in alphabetical order): Brian Azzarello, Richard Corben, Garth Ennis, Jae Lee, Sean McKeever, Peter Milligan, Sean Phillips, Eric Powell, and John Severin. (And even more!) Though the journey may get a little dark at times, Scotch & Comics will shine a light at the end of that tunnel. BUT DON’T GO INTO THE LIGHT!!
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