Last week we talked about the new action zine scene, and this week we unleash the power and fury of Fine Art Comics and revisit the Appropriation vs. Parody debate with Dave Baker, host of the It’s Pronounced Zine podcast. Get the lowdown on high concept in this edition of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
Guest Aaron Sparrow (Darkwing Duck Comics) joins host Geoffrey Golden for Two Packs, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of looney, toony cards – MAD Magazine (1992) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1987). While opening the packs, they discuss the versatility of the word “Booooiiiing!”, how to bring MAD Magazine into this century, and the drop-dead sexiness of shirtless Bob Hoskins. All on “the lighter side” of Two Packs presented by Meltdown Comics!
What if I told you that the most exciting work in sequential art was not happening in comics but in action zines written and illustrated by young women? Get the 411 on the new action zine scene with guest Tevy Khou on this you-heard-it-here-first edition of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
This week Londyn and co-host / producer Mason Booker sit in the Meltdown Comics podcast studio on the rainiest of days with the co-host of DC All Access Jason Inman! We discuss Jason’s comic book upbringings, why Nightwing is his favorite character, how he became part of projects like YouTube’s Screen Junkies, theorize about actually happened to Scott Eastwood in ‘Suicide Squad’ and most importantly, his new all ages comic book series ‘Jupiter Jet’! Listen in to learn more about Jason’s first comic series, the inspirations for this unique world blended with Sci-fi and history and how you can support this creator own series by checking out their Kickstarter at JupiterJetComic.com! Tune in for this episode and more and always support the arts and the whole comic book community!
Your Dark Knight archivist Londyn was invited to moderate a Q & A with the creative teams of DC Rebirth’s ‘Batgirl’, Hope Larson and ‘Batgirl and the Birds of Prey’, Julie and Shawna Benson for Batgirl Day 2016 at The Perky Nerd in Burbank, California! Listen in as Londyn and the powerful female creative teams discuss Batgirl turning 50 years old this upcoming January, approaching these strong female characters and their legacy for the new DC Rebirth series and if Batman and his mythology will cross over into these new adventures in future story arcs. Let the celebration of Barbara Gordon’s Batgirl’s 50th anniversary begin with this fun interview, more will come as we enter 2017! Listen to it all right here on History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!