#282 Higgins & Main: “Myriad” and more!

MyriadIn episode 273, we sang the praises of “Expectations Fail”, the story in the first issue of the mini-comic series Myriad. Writer Steve Higgins publishes various types of stories in Myriad, with various artists. This week he talks with Tim about “Expectations Fail” and subsequent issues, plus St. Louis-area comic anthologies he’s participating in.

Then, “Expectations Fail” artist Nick Main talks about his collaboration with Steve and his ongoing comics projects “Tom Bisk” and “Father Blank’s Roadside Confessional“.

#200 Draw me in St. Louis: Super Spy, Lackadaisycats, and more!

10/5/09 Draw me in St. Louis

A 200th episode extravaganza!

Super Spy St. Louis resident Matt Kindt, creator of Super Spy, has been hard at work on several new titles, set at various points in the 20th century. Matt tells us what’s coming up and answers a few questions about Super Spy.
Lackadaisycats Tracy Butler, also of St. Louis, shares Matt’s interest in comics set in the past — in particular, St. Louis in the 1920s. Her Web comic Lackadaisycats (now available as a book) is beautifully drawn, interesting, and hilarious.
Chew Then Tim and Mulele respond to some recent mail from listeners, and Mulele gives his impressions of the Image series Chew!