On this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics podcast Webcomics artist/zine self-publisher/haiku master Birdie Birdashaw [bunnyvomit.com] joins Ken and Russ for a multi-faceted conversation about meeting Neal Adams in Las Vegas, the NFL, streaming services, and wrestling. Dig this renaissance conversation!
In this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics Podcast, Ken and Russ update their Phoenix Comicon report and analyze the show's security response to Thursday's potential danger. Then, they dive into a review of Wonder Woman, and Ken's interpretation of the classic heroine's role in the DCU is insightful!
Hey there! In this week's episode of the Drawn to Comics podcast. we look at Variant covers! Do they really benefit comic book sales? Are readers really scrambling for them? Russ asks Ken questions, to get a comic retailer's perspective. His answers may surprise you! His analogies certainly will! Follow
In this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics podcast. Russ and Ken explore recent speculations that Marvel Comics' declining sales are the result of its new, diverse superheroes. Are fans really not interested in younger, multicultural characters? Are retailers doing everything they can to promote these comics? Will traditionalism
On this weeks ep of Drawn to Comics Podcast Russ and Ken chat with Phoenix-based comics self-publisher Wayne Gardiner, creator of Knightingail, The Purifires, and more. Some may find Wayne's unique approach to self-publishing controversial, but it is undeniably effective. Hear his origin story as a fanboy, and how early