Thursday, June 16, 2011

Comic Book Pitt #65 - Current Events

Be advised, this episode has some explicit language in it.

The past couple of weeks has been ablaze with comic book news and events. Dang & Duke are joined by Nick Marino, host of the Audioshocker family of podcasts and creator of the Super Haters webcomic, to talk about some of the bigger current events in this review-free episode.

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Pittsburgh Comicon 2011 - Interview with Scott Hedlund

You may know Scott Hedlund, aka "Duke", as co-host of the Comic Book Pitt podcast, but Scott is also an accomplished comic book artist who's worked on many independent comics with writer Brian Babyok. Works such as Fairhaven, World of Orenda, Chaos Punks, and, currently, Weirdlings can be found at Weirdlings Press

Monday, June 13, 2011

Pittsburgh Comicon 2011 - Interview with Al Dorantes

Whether he's cat-calling booth babes or throwing kick-ass penthouse parties, Al Dorantes of Luchador Enterprises always has a good time at the Pittsburgh Comicon and makes sure everyone around him does too.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Inside look at BATMAN: YEAR ONE Animated Feature

The DC Comics animated films have always been pretty good, some better than others, but this new feature could be the best one yet.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Pittsburgh Comicon 2011 - Interview with Dave Wachter

Dave Wachter is the Eisner-nominated creator of The Guns of Shadow Valley and artist of the upcoming IDW book That Hellbound Train. Dave began his career as the artist and co-creator of the critically acclaimed independent comic series Scar Tissue. His work has been featured in various anthologies, including: Fiendish Fables, PKD Media Presents, and Hope: New Orleans. An episode of the webcomic Mystery Solved! will soon feature his art. He is the artist on Tell Them Johnny Wadd is Here for Terminal Press, the celebrated adaptation of the notorious John Holmes film.