PW Comics World: More To Come

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Sinopsis

Heidi MacDonald, Eisner-nominated writer of The Beat; Calvin Reid, Comics Editor for Publishers Weekly Magazine; and producer Kate Fitzsimons present More To Come, the new bi-weekly comics podcast of Publishers Weekly Comics World.

Episodios

  • More To Come 489: New York Comic Con Back in Business

    15/10/2021 Duración: 58min

    New York Comic Con returns (our first post-pandemic con report); comics retailer complaints about the launch debacle of the PRH/Marvel distribution deal; Penguin Classics embraces Marvel classics; Jon Kent, the new bisexual Superman; and Webtoon fans shut down a plagiarized manhwa.

  • More To Come 488: NYCC 21: Alitha Martinez and more

    11/10/2021 Duración: 17min

    An interview with Eisner Award-winning comics artist Alitha Martinez, as well as floor interviews from exhibitors with Viz, Yen Press, NASA, Kinokuniya, Zenoscope and KOCCA in Part 2 of our NYCC interview coverage.

  • More To Come 487: NYCC 21: Scott Snyder Interview

    09/10/2021 Duración: 23min

    An interview with acclaimed comics writer Scott Snyder about leaving DC to launch his own line of original comics at Comixology Originals, Best Jackett Press, in Part 1 of our NYCC interview coverage.

  • More To Come 486: Stargazing looks at Stone Fruit and Bubble

    01/10/2021 Duración: 21min

    Calvin and PW graphic novels reviews editor Meg Lemke discuss Lee Lai’s ‘Stone Fruit’, a poignant graphic novel on family ties and discordant romance, and Jordan Morris, Sarah Morgan, and Tony Cliff’s ‘Bubble’, a relentlessly wisecracking satirical sci-fi adventure.

  • More To Come 485: IDW Picks PRH for Comics Shop Distribution

    24/09/2021 Duración: 01h01min

    The direct market distribution deal between IDW and PRH; clashing retailer responses to a changing direct market; New York Comic Con preview; Archie Comics on Webtoon; and a look back at the impact of the New 52, the historic 2011 revamp/relaunch of the DC Universe.

  • More To Come 484: Dark Horse founder Mike Richardson

    17/09/2021 Duración: 36min

    An interview with Dark Horse founder and publisher Mike Richardson for the 35th anniversary of the publishing house outlining its history, as well as the Karen Berger Books imprint; the addition of African comics publisher YouNeek Studios; the recent Scott Snyder/Comixology Originals copublishing deal; and the state of direct market comics distribution.

  • More To Come 483: Bat%2DToon

    10/09/2021 Duración: 59min

    DC and Marvel join mobile comics; Comixology is integrated deeper into the Amazon platform; ‘Shangi-Chi’s’ eye-popping opening box office weekend; and NPR’s Planet Money Buys a Superhero, a funny podcast series about efforts to revive a public domain superhero character.

  • More To Come 482: Tapas Media and the Growth of Mobile Digital Comics

    03/09/2021 Duración: 49min

    An interview with Michele Wells, chief content officer at Tapas Media, and Jamie Rich, editor-in-chief of Tapas Media, about the Korean mobile comics platform and app, its business model, artists, the digital comics market, co-publishing partnerships, and the addition of print to its publishing program.

  • More To Come 481: DC and Webtoon Join Forces

    27/08/2021 Duración: 01h40s

    A new partnership between DC and Webtoon; The new Batman creative team; continued printing and shipping delays for the comics market; Z2 Comics’ move to Lunar distribution and Lunar's quiet but steady growth; and new safety and health rules for the upcoming New York Comic Con.

  • More To Come 480: Vaudeville Revolutionaries

    20/08/2021 Duración: 52min

    An interview with pop culture journalist David Hajdu (The Ten-Cent Plague) and artist John Carey about their new graphic history, 'A Revolution In Three Acts: The Radical Vaudeville of Bert Williams, Eva Tanguay, and Julian Eltinge', which profiles the lives and careers of three visionary vaudeville artists: Black comedian Bert Williams, who challenged racist stereotypes; ; Julian Eltinge, a white female impersonator; and Eva Tanguay, a white woman whose performances defied Victorian propriety.

  • More To Come 479: Comics Creators Eye Substack

    13/08/2021 Duración: 01h05min

    Star comics creators including James Tynion IV, Molly Ostertag and Saladin Ahmed ink Substack newsletter deals; news from interviews by DC’s Jim Lee and Dan Cherry; hit Chinese writer MXTX comes to print in English through Seven Seas; the growth of Korean comics/manhwa; Robin - Tim Drake - comes out; and Wizard World conventions end after their acquisition by Fan Expo.

  • More To Come 478: Flashback Convention Interviews

    06/08/2021 Duración: 31min

    A flashback to convention interview highlights: Heidi interviews Carla Speed McNeil of 'Finder' in 2016 about her life and work at Baltimore Comic Con; Calvin talks with Ethan Rilly aka Hartley Lin of 'Pope Hats' aka 'Young Frances' at TCAF in 2017; and Kate speaks with Marguerite Bennett of 'RWBY' and 'M.O.M.' at NYCC 2017.

  • More To Come 477: Comic%2DCon and the Eisners at Home

    30/07/2021 Duración: 01h01min

    A recap of Comic-Con@Home, the virtual San Diego Comic-con; the 2021 Eisner Award winners; Scott Snyder’s new publishing deal with Comixology; Kurt Busiek’s backlist pact; Hollywood “shut up money”; and Thought Bubble’s rebuff of Frank Miller; plus, French kids love manga and the Black Widow sues Disney.

  • More To Come 476: The Show Must Go On... Online

    16/07/2021 Duración: 01h02min

    A preview of the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con online; virtual conventions one year later; business news including Adhouse Books closing and IDW's possible IPO; mobile comics news; Hong Kong comics NFTs and the Emmy Awards.

  • More To Come 475: Juni Ba and Djeliya: A West African Fantasy Epic

    09/07/2021 Duración: 59min

    An interview with Senegalese cartoonist Juni Ba about his new graphic novel 'Djeliya: A West African Fantasy Epic', about two humbled royal elites from a now-destroyed kingdom, out now from TKO Studios. Rich in African folklore, history and mythology; it blends a sense of cultural legacy, visionary technology, and a manic African sense of humor.

  • More To Come 474: Booming 2020 Graphic Novel and Manga Sales

    02/07/2021 Duración: 57min

    2020 graphic novel and manga sales soike in growth; a new, highly funded, Wattpad Webtoon Studios TV/film production venture; the Suicide Squad's movie-poster plugs DC’s comics; the reckoning around Warren Ellis’s history of abuse takes down 'Fell'; backlash to an anti-Isekai manga; and returning to record the podcast in person at PW's new office.

  • More To Come 473: June Stargazing Feature

    25/06/2021 Duración: 25min

    Meg and Calvin discuss Alison Bechdel’s new graphic memoir ‘The Secret to Superhuman Strength’ on More To Come’s Stargazing feature.

  • More To Come 471: Rose of Versailles Interview Special Pt. 2

    11/06/2021 Duración: 01h02s

    An interview with Kitty of the Takarazuka Fan Podcast, a Rose of Versailles expert, on the history of this classic manga as a pop culture and theatrical phenomenon in Japan and its influence on other artistic works. ‘Rose of Versailles’ is just out from Udon Press in its first full English translation.

  • More To Come 470: Check%2C Please Raises %24580K on Kickstarter

    04/06/2021 Duración: 58min

    The Kickstarter success of Ngozi Ukazu’s ‘Check, Please!’ graphic novel series, which just raised $580,000 to publish volume four; PW’s U.S. Book Show; comics job comings and goings; Diamond’s belated new Pullbox order system; the reopening of St. Mark’s Comics; and news on the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and Mark Millar’s Jupiter’s Legacy.

  • More To Come 469: Rose of Versailles Interview Special Pt. 1

    28/05/2021 Duración: 54min

    An interview with manga scholar Erica Friedman of Okazu about Riyoko Ikeda's classic manga 'Rose of Versailles', and its translation for the first time into English, which has just come out from Udon Entertainment. Also, a bonus interview with Mitsuya Nao, who played Girodelle in a Takarazuka musical production of Rose of Versailles: Fersen.

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