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Aug 6, 2020

C. Spike Trotman is one of the most successful comics publishers in today's market.

Her company, Iron Circus Comics, has bestrode Kickstarter like a colossus, generating nearly two million dollars in revenue from twenty-six successful campaigns (and counting) stretching back to the initial launch of Poorcraft in...


Jul 9, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on June 21, 2018.

Today we bring you a creator conversation panel from this months’s HeroesCon 2018. Called "Two Super Guys, Two Super Artists", here’s how the convention schedule described it:

The two Super-guys are SUPERMAN and CAPTAIN MARVEL. The two Super-talents are EVAN...


Jul 2, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on August 6, 2015.

This week we're bringing you the second of our two HeroesCon 2015 episodes: a conversation between Michel Fiffe & Klaus Janson. They may be from two different generations of the industry, but make no mistake: these guys are of one mind when it comes to...


Jun 4, 2020

Greg gets a chance to chat with comics scholar Dr. Andrew Deman about the Rosetta Stone of his comics upbringing: Chris Claremont's original run on Uncanny X-Men. With The Claremont Run, Deman and his team look through that body of work and its impact not only on sexuality, gender, and representation in comics, but also...


Apr 30, 2020

On today's episode, Greg chats with writer Joshua Dysart for the first time 'in studio'! The last time he was on the show, back in 2017, the conversation focused on his run as ongoing writer for Swamp Thing. But for this deep-dive talk, the topics range from his latest book with TKO Studios (Goodnight, Paradise), his...