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Barbaric #2

Barbaric #2 is another round of fun right off the rip. More blood, more craziness, more asshole weapons who just can’t keep their mouth shut. What else could you ask for?

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The Blue Flame with Adam Gorham

Don’t get me wrong, I love super hero comics. But they’ve been around forever, and with that longevity comes a tie to the past that just can’t be ignored. No matter what anyone does with Superman or Hulk there’s always going to be someone complaining that a bit of the past is being ignored. Even if that piece of the past is deeply rooted in values and ideas that we don’t hold as a society anymore.

Which is one reason why I’m so excited to get to talk to Adam Gorham, artist for The Blue Flame, Vault’s first venture into superhero comics. Listen in as we talk starting a superhero universe and how even I have someone who wants me to draw. Time will tell if that opinion holds up.

This Episode is brought to you in part by Vault Comics since they are publishing the book and everything.

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Barbaric #1

I come into Barbaric with a few things in mind:

Vault Comics is on top of their stuff and if I could easily pull it off I’d have the shop just get me all of their #1 issues
I love fantasy based stuff
The ax’s mouth is dripping blood, so we can assume it doesn’t ask for a well done steak. I’m guessing mid rare at the most

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Witchblood with Matthew Erman and Lisa Sterle

It’s finally happened. I got totally peer pressured into reading a comic. Not only that, but in getting the creators on the show too. Although let’s be real about Witchblood for a minute. I definitely would have read this anyway and thought that I should get the creators on the show. That cover + all the hype I’d seen about this one + Vault Comics = I’ll pick it up. It’s simple math.

Listen in as Lisa Sterle and Matthew Erman (featuring a basically uncredited roll played by their dog) come talk about the creation of a comic about a biker witch from Mars (said only because it fits the reference I’m hoping you catch), working with someone you can’t really get away from, and more of an answer to my standard “Do you have any advice for people looking to get into making comics?” question than I’ve gotten from anyone so far. Not that I’m complaining at all.

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Hollow Heart #1

I know I should judge a book by it’s cover. Especially a comic because there are at least 37 different covers and I can only get so many of them. But it’s so hard with Hollow Heart because this cover is so enticing. Why is there a dude staring at me? What is the dude staring at me from? How do the eyes go all shiny like that?

All of that aside, I’m loving what I’m seeing in this first issue.

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Giga #2

Words: Alex Paknadel Art: John Lê Colors: Roshan Kurichiyanil Letters: Aditya Bidikar Publisher: Vault Let’s get one thing out of the way real quick. If you haven’t read Giga #1…

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Giga #1

Come for the giant robots. Stay for the lore and a really enticing story about so much more than that and the perfect art to go with it.