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Jan 9, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on July 31, 2014.

Mike and Greg invited cartoonist Jim Rugg into the center-of-the-earth recording studio to drop some truth about his career in general and his first published work Street Angel, now re-released from AdHouse Books, in particular. Jim is one of the most flat-out...


Dec 5, 2019

When Joseph Illidge wants to talk to you about Batman, you talk about Batman. Because in addition to starting his career at the creative melting pot that was Milestone Media and honing his editorial chops at such publishers as Valiant, Archia, Lion Forge, and now A Wave Blue World, he was one of the Batman group editors...


Oct 24, 2019

Something old and something new in today's episode! Last week's visit to Baltimore Comic Con resulted not only in last episode's guest Pull List, but today's interview with John K. Snyder III as well! Greg talked with John about two of his most recent projects: the return of his 80's cult classic  Fashion in Action and...


Oct 17, 2019

This episode was originally broadcast on May 15, 2014.

Though it might not be the same in other circles, when someone in comics describes a job as "Workman-like", that is a compliment of the highest order. John Workman has done just about every job in the industry and done so with a consistent excellence for over...


Sep 5, 2019

With Mike stepping out from the underground recording studio for some fresh air, Greg checks in with some of the Multiversity Comics crew: Social Media Manager (and Jane-of-all-trades) Kate Kosturski and self-proclaimed 'last man standing' Brian Salvatore!

Taking the lead spot, Kate talks about getting to talk to...