Podcast by Dan Grote
WMQ&A by WMQ Comics Dan Grote
Podcast by Dan Grote
WMQ&A Episode 259: Southpaw Sound-off with Jorge Molina
Artist Jorge Molina joins the show to talk about Zurdo, an art book looking back at his career in the industry, now crowdfunding on Zoop. PLUS, a sneak peek at the latest episode of our Patreon bonus podcast, Our Son Pete.
WMQ&A Episode 258: Evil Faeries and Vampires with Soo Lee
Artist Soo Lee joins the show to talk about her new Dynamite series Disney Villains: Maleficent, her graphic novel Carmilla: The First Vampire, DC/RWBY and much more.
WMQ&A Episode 257: Rangers, Radiants and Recipes with Melissa Flores
Writer Melissa Flores joins the show to talk about her Image books The Dead Lucky and Radiant Pink, Power Rangers and much more.
WMQ&A Episode 256: The Seasons Have Teeth, and So Does Dan Watters
Writer Dan Watters returns to talk about his new Humanoids graphic novel The Incal: The Dying Star, BOOM's The Seasons Have Teeth, Marvel's Loki, DC's Knight Terrors: Detective Comics and more.
WMQ&A Episode 255: Dogs and Star Trek with Jeremy Whitley & Bre Indigo
Jeremy Whitley and Bre Indigo join the show to talk about their new middle grade graphic novel, The Dog Knight.
Our Son Pete 16 PREVIEW: The importance of labeling your things
In this five-minute preview of our monthly Patreon bonus podcast OUR SON PETE, Dan Grote and guest Daniel Kibblesmith talk about Rory Campbell, workplace comedy and the importance of labeling your things.
Want more? Subscribe to WMQ&A at patreon.com/wmqcomics to listen to new episodes of OUR SON PETE every month.
An essential comic book podcast!
This is an essential comic book podcast. Seriously. Just listen to their interview with AIPT’s Chris Hassan to hear what I mean. The conversations are celebratory, entertaining, informative, warm, and inviting. You won’t want to miss and ep unless you want to stockpile them so you can binge them in one afternoon. No better way to spend a Sunday. Trust me. Stop reading this review and just click subscribe. You won’t regret it.