Have you read Future Foundation #1 and 2? Are you not yet sick of hearing from me? Great! Check out Comicbook Commentary, a podcast in which comic book creators talk about their comics, panel by panel.
I got to catch up once again with those War Rocket Ajax boys – Matt Wilson (@TheMattDWilson)and Chris Sims (@theISB) – to talk about the finale of Wasp and the upcoming launch of Future Foundation. We also talk about whether or not Artie and Leech are trash teens. Are they? You’ll have to listen to find out!
I’ve double checked to make sure that I added the appropriate number of Y’s to the end of Whitley. I think I have.
Though I’ve been on a few podcasts, it isn’t often that I get a chance to host one! Special thanks to The Comic Book Podcast from Talking Comics for giving me the chance to play host for “Issue 394”. In this issue, Bob, Steve, Joey and I get to talk about Future Foundation, Princeless, and more.
Did you enjoy this podcast? If so, you can get more of Steve Seigh, Bob Reyer, Joey Braccino, Jessica Garris-Schaeffer, and Sarah Miles weekly on The Comic Book Podcast. Find them on Twitter @TalkingComics!
I wrote a thing!
The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a “new time podcast in the style of old-time radio” and one of my favorite podcasts. I was super excited about getting the chance to write a script for one of the episodes. In this episode, Amelia Earhart, fearless flyer, finds herself fighting Nazis from the future!
The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a podcast created by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker and is part of the Forever Dog Podcast Network. You can also follow them on Twitter (@ThrillingAdv) and Facebook (Thrilling Adventure Hour). And of course, you find more episodes of the show on Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts.
I got to join the Ladies of Valhalla – Sarah Miles, Bronwyn Kelly-Seigh and Jessica Garris-Schaeffer – to talk about some comics!
Ladies of Valhalla is a Talking Comics podcast. Each month, they discuss media either produced by female or female-identifying creators or featuring female or female-identifying
characters. You can find Sarah, Bronwyn and Jessica on Twitter (@ValhallaLadies) or Facebook (ValhallaLadies).