Candid, non-conventional, non-professional discussions about old, new, mainstream and independent comic books.
281 | Hedra, Storytelling & Movies
We start off with Hedra By Jesse Lonergan and go into a discussion of what is storytelling? Comic toy tie-ins are talked about after that, along with staying home, muck monsters and several movies that not everyone liked, but some … Continue reading →
280 | The Kill Journal With Adam Lawson
Adam Lawson comes on to discuss his upcoming project The Kill Journal. DOWNLOAD The Kill Journal. The Kill Journal. Escape The Night. Dragons Keep. X-Men By Chris Claremont And Jim Lee. 100 Bullets By Brian Azzarello And Eduardo Risso. Alan … Continue reading →
279 | Magazine Sized Comics
Reprints Of 70’s horror magazine sized comics and books we missed when they originally came out are discussed, as well a growing appreciation for Golden and Silver Age work. MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Ed Woltil DOWNLOAD Vampirella Reprints. The Creeps. Proposed Bodé … Continue reading →
278 | Zombies, Trunks And Graphics
Rook starts it off with Dark Nights Death Metal 1 which leads into zombies in comics and shows us his unread copy of Negan Lives 1. The revised Free Comic Book Day, comic heroes wearing trunks over their costumes, collection … Continue reading →
277 | Creating Comics & Title Design
Much to Al’s chagrin, Borderguard starts this conversation off, which leads into the fantastic independent comic books of the early eighties and the changing of the industry. And since no one on social media seemed to like the title design … Continue reading →
276 | Rusty Brown And Wordy Writers
Chris Ware’s Rusty Brown begins the conversation, then Al questions why there are no statues of comic creators? Two series Don found in the dollar box that he can’t stop talking about, writers that use too many words, correspondence and … Continue reading →
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Reminds Me Of The Fun
Since I have been listening to this podcast for several years and realized I should write a review to let people know about it and to show my appreciation to the host.
In the early eighties I started working at a comic shop back when I was a preteen and this reminds me of the fun times we had in the shop. Talking about the joy of discovering new stuff or finding those gems in the back issues and discount bins.
So many times they will bring up a book that I hadn’t thought about in ages and I will go to my local shop and see if they have it or order it online if they don’t, support your independent hometown shops people if you have one.
These guys have such similar taste to me in their choices that it is like being part of a conversation. I especially like when they get into the independent and European stuff, glad to know I am not the only person who still wants more Dalgoda stories.
Sometimes while listening I am googling the books on my phone to look at the covers to see if I read it. It brings back memories of when comics were my main priority before bills and responsibilities and for that I thank the guys at Two Dimension Podcast.
Was Not Aware
I was not aware of how much there is to the form of comic books. From the narrative style to the creation process that goes into proceeding them. Well worth listening to.