This week we had on the show Ed Brisson, writer of The Field, Sheltered, Comeback, and Murderbook. Big thanks to Ed for talking with us.
Everyone should make sure to grab The Field from Ed and Simon Roy (Prophet). The Diamond Order Code is FEB140485. We had the chance to read it and you guys will not regret gabbing this book. The first trade of Sheltered is out now! Follow Ed on Twitter @edbrisson and read some Murderbook here. Make sure to check in every comic book Wednesday for more The Death of Comics!
This week we had on the show Paul Scheer, writer of Aliens vs Parker.
This week Kyles baby takes another bath. Thanks for all the WYR's dudes!
I was immediately intrigued by the cover when it was Hit was announced and was blown away by Vanesa's art work. Once the first issue actually came out I was hooked. Bryce had the perfect voice for telling this pulp tale of the LAPD Hit squads. Each issue was unbelievable strong and worked the four issue format perfectly. I was also lucky enough to do a quick Q and A with Bryce the gritty voice of Hit and Vanesa who provided the smokey visuals. After the jump is the interview with the two amazing creators. Thanks as always for reading and thanks to Bryce and Vanesa for taking the time to answer a few question.
This week we have on the show Daniel Warren Johnson, creator of Space-Mullet which you can read at http://www.space-mullet.com/ Go check it out, it's a lot of fun and he's a really awesome dude.
Discussion of this weeks books starts around 40:00.
Interview begins around 09:30 and ends around 47:45 then we get into the normal show reviews / listener mail. Thanks again to Brahm Revel who was really great and laid back for taking the time.
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