August 18, 2017
Now with all that news from this year's San Diego Comic Con out of the way, Jim and Adam can get back to reviewing some comics! As promised, the guys dive into March's DC Universe / Hanna-Barbera crossovers to see what was great, and maybe some of the stuff that wasn't so much. We also review the one DC / Looney Toons crossover that we didn't get to earlier, and that's Lobo/Road Runner. Trust us when we say you don't want to miss our review of this book (hint: the Main Man is back in style with this book!)
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August 15, 2017
In this episode of Holonet HQ, Jim chats with co-moderators of the Holonet HQ Facebook group about all kinds of stuff: their first experience with the world of Star Wars, what they thought of the BTS footage released at D23, the recent Entertainment Weekly photos, and more. Join us, won't you? You will grow in the ways of the Force... or at least you'll enjoy some good conversation about it!
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Now if you'll excuse, it is time for me to meditate on the nature of the Cosmic Force. Until next time, MTFBWY... always...
August 10, 2017
In this special DOUBLE SIZED ISSUE... err... I mean episode, Adam and Jim unpack much of the Film and TV news that came out of San Diego Comic Con 2017. What sounded like winners, and what sounded like they could be better all reviewed in this episode. Will Adam really care or get excited about any of it? Tune in to find out!
We also go over a few awards that we missed from our coverage of the Eisners in Episode 26 -- the Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing, the Russ Manning Award for Promising Newcomer in Comics. Also please note that time ran-out for Jim's editing of this podcast, because reasons of course. So the show is "live to tape" around the hour mark, a completely-edited version will be out later today, August 10th so enjoy the rough cut of the show while it's available!
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Now go read a comic! And after you're done, listen to Graphic Content...
August 3, 2017
In this episode of the Graphic Content Podcast, Jim and Adam talk about (almost) all of the nominees and winners of this year's Eisner Awards! We also shine a spotlight on the winners of the career achievement-recognizing Inkpot Awards as well! We were originally going to pair this with a lot of the news about Movies and TV from SDCC, but we thought better than to give you a 3+ hour long episode. That is something that we'll hold over for episode 27.
In the meantime, if you'd like to connect with us to get in on the conversation on comics and the comic book industry, we'd love to hear from you! You can find us on most of the socials starting on Twitter @graphicpodcast, on Instagram @graphiccontent.podcast, and on Facebook where our official page is hosted at http://facebook.com/graphicpodcast!
So until next time, go read some comics! And when you're done with those, remember to listen to Graphic Content
July 27, 2017
Due to a series of unfortunate events that took place today, we're not able to post the new episode we promised reviewing the nominees and winners of this past weekend's Eisner Awards. While we retool this weekend, we're posting this look-back at "Volume 1" of this show back in 2014 as the guys review that week's comics. We hope you enjoy the look back, as we're looking forward to bringing you more of the content that has you listening to our show. We appreciate your patience, and WILL have new content to post by the end of this weekend!
July 25, 2017
We say it at the top of the show, but why not say it here too? We didn't think that there was agoing to be much in the way of comics news coming out of San Diego Comic Con/Comic Con International 2017. But boy were we wrong! In this KING SIZED 25TH EPISODE of Graphic Content, Jim and Adam break down all the news from DC, Marvel, and the Indie Press companies nipping at their heels. And for the most part, it all sounds pretty exciting!
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And remember, after you finish your pile of comics, listen to Graphic Content!
July 20, 2017
And we're back... after a week off. All of us here at Graphic Content are thankful for your patience while we took a week off. Today on the show, Adam is back to join Jim in talking about the highs and lows of DC Comics' recently-completed crossover specials with the Looney Toons characters. The highs were most-definitely Eisner Award-worth, and the lows... well, let's just say it's Adam's turn to blow a gasket on this episode. We hope you like it.
Remember, GCP is all over the interwebs: we're on Twitter @graphicpodcast, Instagram @graphiccontent.podcast, and our Official Facebook page can be found at http://facebook.com/graphicpodcast. You can also send us long-form emails, including samples of your work if your a creative looking to spread the word about an upcoming project, to email@example.com. Anyone who sends questions or comments to the show via the socials or email will get a FREE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD of Adam's comic, "The Amazing Fist."
Coming up soon, we'll be covering all the news from San Diego Comic Con this weekend in a special episode to wrap everything up set to drop Monday, January 23rd. And next week's episode dropping on the 27th will feature DC's crossovers with their various Hanna-Barberra characters from late last year, because we just love themes. So until next time, badee-badee-badee that's all folks!
July 11, 2017
Jim is joined by special guest reviewer Chris Wiler in reviewing the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Spider-Man Homecoming! Listen to the guys unpack this co-produced feature between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, and if they thought they did ol' Web-Head any justice. Plus, just like if Adam was on this episode, they go off on plenty of tangents in their conversation we hope you find entertaining...
(One thing Jim wanted to mention -- he doesn't think that Wonder Woman was the best superhero movie of the year, that was a slip of the tongue. Here's his official list for the record: Logan, Wonder Woman... and you can listen to the rest of the podcast to see if he liked Spider-Man Homecoming more or less than Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
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Now go read some comics! And after you do, make sure you listen to Graphic Content!
July 6, 2017
In Episode 22 of the Graphic Content Podcast, Jim and Adam give their opinions on what admittedly little is known about the new "Legacy" event from Marvel coming this fall. Okay, it's actually rampant speculation -- but at least we're following the trail of breadcrumbs the House of the Mouse has given us so far and compared it to what their editorial slant has looked like up until now. Here's a hint: we think Marvel has actually found their way into chasing DC for a change. Listen to the show to discover what has led us to these opinions, as well as us actually stating how wrong we hope we are...
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June 29, 2017
In this episode of the Graphic Content Podcast, Jim talks to Adam about the weekend he spent at the inaugural ID10T Festival presented by Nerdist's Chris Hardwick, A12 Productions, and Live Nation! We try to figure out if it's supposed to be called "Eye-Dee-Ten-Tee Fest" or "Idiot Fest". (Honestly, I'm sure either one works just fine). We talk about what the experience was like at a "transmedia event" like this that featured some of the best in comics, comedy, and music. Seriously-amazing talent from all three sectors were featured that weekend too numerous to count, but you can check out the festival's website out at id10tfest.com for the roll call of all the artists featured there!
So, after Adam and Jim blather on about the festival in general, the really good stuff starts: and that's the interviews Adam had with a variety of comic industry talent! First off is an interview with Mike Marts from Aftershock Comics, whom some long-time comics readers might know as a 20-year veteran of the "Big Two" comics publishers editing the Batman titles at DC before moving down the street to Marvel to take over the editorial reigns of the X-Men titles during the time Ed Brubaker was writing those books. Adam also talks with Matt Wilson (colorist on The Wicked + The Divine amongst a long list of other titles), Chris Burnham (an amazing penciller who's drawn mainstream comics like many Batman titles for DC & X-Men: Manifest Destiny for Marvel; to small press/creator-owned work like Nixon's Pals and Officer Downe). On Day 2 Adam spoke with Matt Horak (artist on Marvel's Punisher with Becky Cloonan), and wraps-up his ID10T coverage with a long-ish interview with one of my favorite creators in the comics business, the one and only Phil Hester!
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