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Heidi MacDonald, Eisner-nominated writer of The Beat; Calvin Reid, senior news editor for Publishers Weekly Magazine and editor of PW Comics World and producer Kate Fitzsimons present More To Come: PW's weekly comics podcast.

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    • 4.4 • 51 Ratings

Heidi MacDonald, Eisner-nominated writer of The Beat; Calvin Reid, senior news editor for Publishers Weekly Magazine and editor of PW Comics World and producer Kate Fitzsimons present More To Come: PW's weekly comics podcast.

    More to Come 627: Comic%2DCon is Coming to Town

    More to Come 627: Comic%2DCon is Coming to Town

    A preview of the 2024 San Diego Comic-Con, which runs from July 24-28; the 7% decline in 2023 comics and graphic novel sales; DC’s Absolute revamp and move to Discord; American Manga Award nominations; Omnibus Digital’s shut down, and AI art on Etsy.

    • 54 min
    More to Come 626: PRH Buys Boom%21 Studios

    More to Come 626: PRH Buys Boom%21 Studios

    PRH acquires Boom! Studios; Macmillan’s 23rd Street Books adult GN imprint, DC’s Absolute comics revamp, DSTLRY picks Diamond, Hollywood picks a D&Q graphic novel; Jim Lee gets paid, PW’s Fall Comics and Graphic Novel Preview, and Tapas Entertainment.

    • 1 hr
    More to Come 625: Joe Casey interview

    More to Come 625: Joe Casey interview

    Writer Joe Casey talks about his new take (along with artist Sebastián Píriz) on Jonny Quest series to be published by Dynamite Comics and his career from Ben 10 to Blood Squad Seven, including the state of corporate comics, working for Image and more.

    • 33 min
    More to Come 624: Webtoon IPO and Blackstone Buys Japan%E2%80%99s Infocom

    More to Come 624: Webtoon IPO and Blackstone Buys Japan%E2%80%99s Infocom

    The coming Webtoon IPO and Blackstone’s $1B acquisition of Japan’s Infocom digital comics platform; job moves: Jamie Rich!; Japan Society, AnimeNYC launch the American Manga Awards; Marvel Rebrands, Get Jiro and Super Mutant Magic Academy go to Adult Swim; VanCAF controversy; AI trouble at DC; and the cost of a table in NYCC’s Artist Alley.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    More to Come 623: Stargazing

    More to Come 623: Stargazing

    Calvin and PW graphic novels reviews editor Meg Lemke discuss John Vasquez Mejias’s ‘The Puerto Rican War: A Graphic History,’ a dynamic, visually surreal history of violent Puerto Rican nationalist uprisings in the 1950s; and Anna Härmälä’s ‘Singlemothering,’ a funny yet reliable guide to the social and emotional challenges facing single moms.

    • 27 min
    More to Come 622: Frank Miller on Frank Miller

    More to Come 622: Frank Miller on Frank Miller

    Frank Miller talks about 'Frank Miller: American Genius', the new documentary about his career, his line of books at Abrams ComicArts, manga and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Also short interviews with cartoonists Joel Priddy, Grace Desmarais, and Kevin Huizenga.

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

demonjk ,

Lots cool behind the scenes info

Sometimes I love listening to this show and feel like I’m getting lots of fascinating info on the world of graphic novels and comics. Every once in a while the show drifts way off into the weeds and gets very boring, which is why I’m giving it 4 stars. It either gets too deep into the personal fannish opinions of one of the panelists, or too far into discussions of things like gripes about the latest cons(which are the same gripes each time)

Bryan Donald ,

Unique podcast

This is one of the few, if only, podcasts with persons knowledgeable about the business side of the comic book industry. It can be very informative. However, pre-covid, the extended discussions about comic-cons could be overly detailed and uninteresting. I hope those dont reappear when the cons resume. And there is a generally high level of snark that could use toning down. I sometimes stop listening when it just devolves into extended complaints about this or that development.

elmodernisto ,

My only must-listen podcast

You know how podcasts always ask you to leave a rating or a comment? Well, it’s only the one that you listen to all the time that finally get you to say, “OKAY ALREADY! I WILL!” And so here I am, leaving said comment. The show is great. Always informative and insightful, with smart analysis of the business side of things in particular. I subscribe to a lot of podcasts that I end up not listening to, but this is one where I eagerly await each episode. Keep on keeping on, gang!

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