The new crew (moonlighting from Marvel Noise) introduce themselves by revealing their Indie Comic Book origins, as well as discuss Samurai Jack, the publishing habits of Dynamite and IDW, Sergio Aragones’ Funnies, MAD’s Greatest Artists hardcovers, Velvet, Bigfoot: Sword of the Earthman, Strange Nation, Imagine Agents, Above the Clouds, Shaolin Cowboy, and even a little Savage Dragon and Fat Freddy’s Cat along the way!
A Bunch of the Marvel Noise guys take over the show & a new era of Indie Comic Book Noise begins! Steve Raker, whirlwindxKevin, Phil, and Andrew the LArabbit couldn’t help but start things off by talking about some of our favorite horror/Halloween-ish indie books of past & present, including some random old supernatural comics from Charlton, The Eighth Seal, the ‘Walking Dead’, Fireside Tales, Twisted Tales, Afterlife with Archie, Art Adams’ Creature Features, Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Terror, Dark Shadows, Attack on Titan, Dinosaurs Attack, Zeke Deadwood: Zombie Lawman, and anything by Bernie Wrightson!
Find us on the Indie Comic Book Noise episode thread in the Comic Book Noise section of the BullpenBulletinsPodcast.com/Forum (the 11 o’clock comics forums!)
Host Derek Coward talks about Crazy Mary from 01 Publishing, and makes a big announcement regarding the future of the show.
Host Derek Coward talks about the Watson and Holmes series from New Paradigm Studios as well as his own history with the Sherlock Holmes character.
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at Skyward #1 from Action Lab Entertainment.
Host Derek Coward returns with a look of The Samurnauts: The Curse of the Dreadnuts 1 of 4 from Unshaven Comics.
Host Derek Coward returns with recommendations for three trades from Image Comics: Near Death, Grim Leaper, and The Activity.
Host Derek Coward talks about Courtney Crumrin 10 and 9, Snake-Eyes/Storm Shadow 21, and GI Joe 1. There’s also a brief mention of The Bionic Woman.
Remember when I said that if the writer (Kelly Sue DeConnick) and artist (Phil Noto) get on the same page, then Ghost could be a great title? This segment from Ghost #3 gives a glimmer of what I was talking about. The art and words mesh perfectly.