In a special, pre-recorded episode of the podcast, this week we interview Sam Johnson, writer of Geek Girl – a new mini series beginning on November 2nd. Listen in to find out all about who Geek Girl is, how she came about, what sets her different from other superheroes and more! You can follow Sam on Twitter at: @daSamJohnson. Geek Girl #1 will be available on ComiXology.
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It’s a whole year of The Comic Bubble Podcast! To help celebrate such a big milestone, fellow PTWOR crew Prometheus and Amuro join in as we take a trip down memory lane with the Straight Outta Austin podcast and also talk about what comics they’re currently reading (or not reading — you’ll see what I mean). We even look into the comics in film world and how that’s affected the comic book medium and much, much more.
The Comic Bubble Podcast Episode 023: The Comic Bubble Super Fun Time Quiz Trivia Extravaganza Special Show!
In a very special episode of The Comic Bubble Podcast, this week it’s our 1st Annual Comic Bubble Quiz Show! The purposely long titled, The Comic Bubble Super Fun Time Quiz Trivia Extravaganza Special Show is nothing but hilariousness, as three teams battle it out for nerd supremacy! It’s The Novas vs PTWOR vs The Wolverines! See how our first game show went and who came out on top! With game rounds like Fact or Fiction and Name! That! Character! this is something you don’t want to miss!
In issue four of Super!, we explore the latter side of the superhero business. What happens when you hang up the cape? Are you rewarded for your years of service? Is there a nice, cushy retirement plan with your name on it? Well, Golden Age Home for Retired Super Beings is where you’d probably find out.
Comic book collectors and readers alike all know about variants. The alternate covers that are rare in numbers and have distinct art. Variants can be nice and all, but are they more of a pain than they are worth it to have?
Justin Piatt, along with co-creator and artist Zack Dolan, have created something truly extraordinary with their comic book, Super! They’ve managed to make the Superhero genre feel fresh again through both parody and homage to the super heroes we all grew up with. We were very fortunate to be able to pry Justin anyway from his tireless work on Super! to pick his brain about how Super! all came about and where it’s going.