Ron Richards, Image Comics’ new Director of Business Development, joins us to talk about Robert Kirkman, Image United, Repo Man, Walking Dead, Brian K. Vaughn and SAGA, Multiple Warheads, Orc Stain, Revival, Young Avengers #1 and Phonogram, Spawn and Todd McFarlane, comic-related music, MorrisonCon, KISS from IDW, Dynamite’s The Boys from Garth Ennis and company, Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan’s Conan: Queen of the Black Coast from Dark Horse, Alan Moore’s Superman and the post-Dark Knight comics industry, John Byrne, Draw #24 from TwoMorrows, The Art of Amanda Conner from IDW, Byrne’s Star Trek: Leonard McCoy - Frontier Doctor, Jonathan Hickman’s Manhattan Projects from Image, and a whole mess more!
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century (SPOILERS!) 1910/1969/2009 and Black Dossier by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill from Top Shelf, Chew by John Layman and Rob Guillory from Image, Warren Ellis and Gary Erskine’s Jack Cross out of DC, IDW’s KISS #1 by Chris Ryall and Jamal Igle, Godzilla, Baltimore: The Curse Bells by Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden, and Ben Stenbeck from Dark Horse, Batman Incorporated #2 and Chris Burnham, a trio from MonkeyBrain: Bandette #1 from Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover, Edison Rex from Chris Roberson and Dennis Culver, and Amelia Cole and the Unknown World by Adam P. Knave, D. J. Kirkbride, and Nick Brokenshire, James Kochalka’s massive American Elf digital collections from Top Shelf, Frankenstein Alive, Alive! by Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson from IDW, Steve Gerber and Kevin Nowlan’s Infernal Man-Thing #1, Tim Seeley and Mike Norton’s Revival #1 from Image, and a whole mess more!
All the pieces are back in place as we ramble through Revival by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton from Image, Mike Schwartz’s Oceanverse, Won Ton Soup volume one by James Stokoe from Oni Press, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Weapons of the Metabaron with Travis Charest and Zoran Janjetov from Humanoids (incorporating Frank Herbert and David Lynch’s Dune, Moebius, H. R. Giger, Sienkiewicz, Flash (Aaaaaaaaaaah!) Gordon, and more), Ron Garney and Fantastic Four #606, Jeff Parker and Dale Eaglesham’s Hulk #53 and Alpha Flight, Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim from Image, The Homeland Directive by Robert Vendetti and Mike Huddleston from Top Shelf, David’s tale on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Detective Comics #526, trade dress and Dark Horse’s Creepy and Eerie Archives, Juxtapoz #137, Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey’s Comic Book History of Comics from IDW, Terry Moore’s Rachel Rising, Fury MAX by Ennis and Parlov, Dynamite!, and a little about Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1. You’ll live.