Special Guest Dusty Grave from Bat! and Stellar Corpses! We talk about the shared space that music and comics occupy for many of us, Dusty’s bands Bat! and Stellar Corpses, his love of Dylan Dog and Cemetery Man, DC’s new Sandman Universe, Rockabilly Legends The Delta Bomber’s Real Road Stories comic, and Cullen Bunn’s take on Arthurian Legend with Unholy Grail! Plus, A LOT more!
DwC goes international! Welcome Karen Kunawicz, pop culture columnist for the Manilla Times, Comic book writer/editor and herald of good things to come from the Philippines! We talk her work with Mango Jam! Comics, The Walking Dead, the new, surprise Robert Kirkman/Chris Burnham/Scott Gimple book Die! Die! Die!, as well as Imaginary Fiends, Her Infernal Descent and the second issue of Holly Interlandi and Sally Cantirino’s The Last Song! Plus, all kinds of other awesome stuff!
Special Guest David Lucarelli talks about the third and final volume of his and Henry Ponciano’s Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade as well as his new mini-series from Alterna Comics, Tinsel Town! Plus, new comics The Wilds, Gravetrancers, the new Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever hardcover, Amy Hay and Ria’s TEA! Danny Lobell’s Fair Enough and Chris gives us a little history lesson on a certain famous mouse with Eternity Comics’ Uncensored Mouse.
Hey hey! We’re back with a full episode, and GAWD DAMN do we talk about a lot of comics! No B.S. – you may not even recognize this show. Books on tap for discussion are: Batman: White Knight, Punk’s Not Dead, Oblivion Song, Swamp Thing Winter Special, Casefile: Arkham #2, The Beef, and House of Waxwork Vol. #2. Oh, and a new edition of Close Your Eyes and Feel This!
Drinking with Comics invades LACC!!! Special guests Writer/Producer/Director Adam Marcus (Jason Goes to Hell) and Writer/Producer/Actress Debra Sullivan (Texas Chainsaw 3D) who talk about their new holiday horror flick Secret Santa! And Comic Artist Felipe Smith, creator of the Robbie Reyes incarnation of Ghost Rider. And speaking of Ghost Rider, Actor Gabriel Luna, who brings ol’ Flame Head to life on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. crashes the party and tells everyone what scared him the most on Halloween as a kid!