Host Derek Coward returns with the conclusion to his look at Part One of Heartbreak Soup.
On this episode , Dave Slusher reviews Brian Wood’s series The Massive from Dark Horse Comics. He discusses the series and how it differs from other current post-apoclyptic stories, how the small details really sell the world created and how it makes him feel to read it.
The Massive is written by Brian Wood and has had story arcs drawn by Kristian Donaldson, Garry Brown and Gary Erskine with colors by Jordie Bellaire.
Buy The Massive, Vol. 1: Black Pacific from Amazon.com.
On this episode of Ronin Rabbit The Usagi Yojimbo podcast, host Ed Moore discusses parts 6, 7, the Epilogue from the Dragon Bellow Conspiracy storyline and reads some feedback.
Host Derek Coward talks about the origin of Argent from the first part of Grendel #2, which can be found in the Grendel Archives from Dark Horse.
Host Ed Moore discusses The Dragon Bellow Conspiracy part V from Usagi Yojimbo v1 issue 17.
This episode host Ed Moore reviews The Dragon Bellow Conspiracy part IV, Thunder and Lightening from Usagi Yojimbo v1 issue 16.
What’s this? Two episodes of Scotch & Comics in one month? Has the world turned upside down? No, it’s just a special treat for your birthday. In this sixteenth episode of Scotch & Comics, your intrepid host Devin R Bruce braves the sub-zero temperatures of his patio to enjoy Richard Stark’s Parker: The Score by Darwyn Cooke, in an effort to raise the profile of the upcoming Graphic Content screening. Fueled by a choice cigar and a flask of Ballantine’s Finest, he attempts to use the feeble English language to describe the transcendant nature of this work of comics art. Scotch & Comics: an episode that’s worth at least five hundred words.
In this fifteenth episode of Scotch & Comics, your friendly host Devin R Bruce was initially found a little lacking for inspiration. But when he’s running low on inspiration, he does what so many other people do: he turned to the internet! Armed with a couple of suggestions from his Twitter companions, he sallies forth to discuss Wolfman & Perez’s New Teen Titans, Edison Rex from Monkeybrain Comics, and Punisher MAX’s Kitchen Irish. Plus, he plugs the upcoming screening of Point Blank as part of the Metro Cinema’s Graphic Content series. (February 19! Scotch served in the theater! You should come!) In the midst of all this, he talks a little about what might be a good gateway whisky for a non-Scotch fan, as well as what Scotch would go best with Sailor Moon. Scotch & Comics: you don’t always know where you’re going, but you’re glad you took the trip!
This episode, host Ed Moore discusses The Dragon Bellow Conspiracy part IV. Originally presented in Usagi Yojimbo volume 1 issue 15 from Fantagraphics dated March 1989.
It’s a COLD January in Edmonton but this episode of Scotch & Comics is going to warm. You. UP. We’re drinking the world’s second-greatest hot alcoholic drink and we’re talking – what else? – comics! Join host Devin R Bruce as he reads Northlanders, Excalibur, Avengers Arena, and Killraven, and then lets you know ALL about the 999 Regina Challenge, how close he came to finishing, and whether or not he made it past the finish line. Hot toddys and cool comics: just another day’s work on Scotch & Comics!