28 episodes

A Podcast all about making comics - with in-depth discussions on craft, and interviews with creators ranging from A-List to Small Press and everything in between.

Comic Book Workshop | A Podcast About Making Comics TMBC Productions

    • Visual Arts
    • 5.0 • 43 Ratings

A Podcast all about making comics - with in-depth discussions on craft, and interviews with creators ranging from A-List to Small Press and everything in between.

    Steve Foxe on CHEAT(ER) CODE, SPIDER-HAM, RAZORBLADES, and Making Compelling Horror

    Steve Foxe on CHEAT(ER) CODE, SPIDER-HAM, RAZORBLADES, and Making Compelling Horror

    Steve Foxe (CHEAT(ER) CODE, RAZORBLADES) joins the show to talk about his wide-ranging experience in comics, from writing about comics, editing various projects, running a horror magazine, and writing everything from young readers stories to visceral horror and erotica.

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    • 1 hr 47 min
    Michael Walsh on Making THE SILVER COIN, Exploring Horror, and Controlling Your Career

    Michael Walsh on Making THE SILVER COIN, Exploring Horror, and Controlling Your Career

    Michael Walsh (SECRET AVENGERS, THE VISION) joins the show to talk about his new horror series from Image Comics, THE SILVER COIN, which he’s crafting alongside some of the industry’s top writers. Michael talks about his path in comics, what made him fall in love with the medium, the transition from creator-owned to corporate back to creator-owned, and how he’s managed to stay prolific and creatively energized.

    This episode is sponsored by GARM! Visit www.garmcompany.com/tmbc for 20% OFF textures, brushes, typefaces and more for ProCreate and Photoshop.

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    • 1 hr 56 min
    Rodney Barnes on Crafting KILLADELPHIA and Starting a Comic Book Imprint

    Rodney Barnes on Crafting KILLADELPHIA and Starting a Comic Book Imprint

    Rodney Barnes (KILLADELPHIA, LANDO: DOUBLE OR NOTHING) joins the show to talk about writing across all sorts of genres and mediums, using horror to examine history, working with Jason Shawn Alexander, starting Zombie Love Studios, following your passions, and much more.

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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Matt Fraction on NOVEMBER and Experimenting with the Language of Comics

    Matt Fraction on NOVEMBER and Experimenting with the Language of Comics

    Matt Fraction (SEX CRIMINALS, NOVEMBER) joins the show to talk about his multifaceted career in comics, from the early days til now, the lessons learned along the way, and we take a deep dive into all the nitty gritty involved in creating NOVEMBER with Elsa Charretier, Matt Hollingsworth, Kurt Ankeny, and Rian Hughes.

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    • 2 hr 8 min
    Pornsak Pichetshote on THE GOOD ASIAN, Working at DC, and Betting on Yourself

    Pornsak Pichetshote on THE GOOD ASIAN, Working at DC, and Betting on Yourself

    Pornsak Pichetshote, writer of INFIDEL, joins the show to talk about his upcoming Image series, THE GOOD ASIAN. Prnsak talks about his time working with Karen Berger at Vertigo, working in TV at DC, striking out on his own as a writer, and numerous lessons he’s learned along the way.

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    • 1 hr 57 min
    Curtis Clow on Making Your Own Success, Excelling at Kickstarter, and Collaborating With Artists

    Curtis Clow on Making Your Own Success, Excelling at Kickstarter, and Collaborating With Artists

    Writer Curtis Clow joins the show to talk about his new Kickstarter for SLIGHTLY EXAGGERATED #2. We discuss managing multiple Kickstarter projects, working with various artists, and executing creatively while managing extensive logistical tasks.

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    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Petergracy ,

Dreamers: you are not alone

After making the hard choice to set aside my big novel in favor of another story, I realized the new story would be much better in a comic form. On a whim, I opened this podcast and braced myself for the onset of imposter syndrome: it never came. The host(s) are funny, friendly gentlemen, always sure to give their listeners an approachable set of information. Their guests are remarkable artists from all walks of life, from excellent comics such as the Avatar Korra series and the walking dead. Every episode focuses on that artist, which, as everybody is best at a different thing, happily establishes a multiverse of excellence for fans or casual listeners.

I read on another review that someone listened to this while penciling their first issue (congratulations!!!), and I totally empathize. When I’m listening to this show, I feel like the dream of selling my stories and art IS possible, so long as I’m ready to put in the work and improve. Simply searching some of the websites and things mentioned has been a fantastic help.

I am so glad and happy to listen or re-listen to these episodes. It makes me feel like I’m being cheered on by good friends.

Thank you so much for this podcast! I’ll keep listening, gratefully, to every episode you drop.

A Hockett ,

High-Octane Positivity

This is a great podcast for aspiring comic creators and storytellers. Besides being chock full of information about craft, industry, and the comics community, it is simply a pleasure to listen to the show. Jason and Kent’s positive attitudes are infectious, their conversations are authentic, and the interviews dive deep.

Cayetano V. ,

Glorious perfection

I have just found this podcast and listened to every single episode while penciling my first issue. This is such a great resource for people starting out in comics and also people just interested in nerding out over great creators. My great hope is that these folks continue to put out more shows to keep me company while I draw my book and eventually thank them in person.

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