On the program we discuss Monstress - the fantasy comic from Image Comics written by Marjorie Liu with art Sana Takeda. It is filled with intricate world-building, complex characters and stunning art that is some
This is something I haven't done in a while. But I'm back at it again with some slight modifications to the format and content. Now this used to be a storytelling podcast where I would
Since I started DaddyElk I've been asked several times just what the heck the name means. Well, I wish there was some deep, symbolic meaning behind it but it comes from a very simple source.
Welcome everyone to the Nexus of All Realities – A Man-Thing podcast! Today on the program...the big one...the grand euphemism...the greatest double entendre in all comic book history: Giant-Size Man-Thing So yes, there will be jokes
Content warning: we want to issue a warning...we use some pretty harsh language on the episode both in describing the content of the comic as well as expressing our opinion of the material. This is
by Mark Waid & Mattia De Iulis I typically do not write about first issues of a comic book because – for me – I find the first issue to be the least
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the podcast where Paul Matthew Carr and David Hicks discuss the craft and process of writing – Word After Word! This time on the program in keeping with our ever widening and
by Tomi Adeyemi I am a lover of genre fiction – specifically scifi and fantasy. And in the case of fantasy I feel that it gets a bad rap. I understand that when
Today on the program we will be talking about the 2003 Vertigo series The Losers written by Andy Diggle with art by Jock. The discussion will cover book one that consists of two story-lines “Ante
It is Independence Day. There is red, white and blue bunting hung from porches and windows. The air has the scent of smoke; it’s there in the background but always present. You almost don’t notice it...