In 2007, B.C. creator Johnny Hart passed on, and his grandson Mason Mastroianni (with the help of other family members and friends) picked up the torch. What’s it like to work on a “legacy strip”? Is there a future in the funny pages anymore, anyway?
Marvel’s 2007 “Omega the Unknown” series by Jonathan Lethem was a “paraphrasing” of a Steve Gerber series from the ’70s. How do the two stack up? What does Lethem’s version have to say about Gerber’s? Tim and Paul compare and contrast the two Omegas.
It’s March and the comic industry shows no signs of slowing down (which is a darn good thing with the Watchmen movie looming on the horizon… here’s hoping it’s good).
Nobody’s letting their long-running storylines die as both DC and Marvel try to squeeze as much juice as possible out of Final Crisis and Secret Invasion respectively (with a little Dark Origin thrown in). On the bright side, however, there are a bunch of new and exciting little titles coming out this month, too. Good to go.
This podcast has changed a lot in three years; where do we go from here? Tim and Mulele try to get conversation started, but we want to hear from YOU!