Posted by: Jeff Lester on May 29, 2012
Tags: Batman Incorporated, Brian Michael Bendis, cynicism, Digital Comics, Erik Larsen, freelancer success, Graeme, Greg Rucka, Hipster Tupac, Jeff, Jim Lee, Mulholland Books, Portland politics, Portlandia, Scott Kurtz, Superman Family Adventures, Synesthesia Goggles, The Raid: Redemption, The Ravagers, The Savage Dragon, Wait What?
Yup, we continue to make headway on Operation: Q&A, with perhaps as many as *ten* full questions answered in this, Episode 88 of your friendly, neighborhood Wait, What? podcast.
The wolf is at my door (figuratively speaking) so allow me to fill you in on what to expect and then I’ll have to run (literally speaking–I don’t know, it gets complicated but you can figure it out):
For a hearty two hours and five minutes (with the first ten devoted strictly to music talk), Graeme McMillan and I gab about which Alan Moore’s universe we’d like to see continued; the recent first issues of Batman Inc., The Ravagers, and Superman Family Adventures; Erik Larsen and The Savage Dragon; digital content and comics as a niche market; who gets a bigger free pass–Marvel or DC; Greg Rucka and Brian Bendis’ discussion over at the Mulholland Books website; the degrees of freelancer success; Scott Kurtz and cynicism; Jim Lee and the role of creators in corporate comics; and really just so much oh my god you guys I cant even begin to tell you
Those with an Internet connection and our patented SynethesiaGoggles may have already watched the warp and woof of our mellifluous mouthtones on iTunes, but you can also have a grainier, more auditory, and some would even say more fulfilling (but that may be because they didn’t want to fork over the extra fiver for the goggles) experience below:
As ever, please secure your bags either below your seat or in the overhead bins before departure, and thank you for listening!