It’s the happiest time of the year! Sean gets time off and takes a long box worth of comics up on vacation with him. He tracks down and discusses his favorites of the nearly 100+ comics he read. We also discuss our favorite Christmas comics and what makes them so hap hap happy. It’s pretty intense you may need to pack an extra pair of pants.
The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special (DC Comics)
Written by Alan Grant; Keith Giffen; Art by Simon Bisley
Could this be? After reading a few comics recommended by Sean, Mr Black’s girlfriend is now reading comics of her own will. One of her favorite comics being Fart Party by Julia Wertz. This indie comic is a look into life in San Francisco as seen through a beer guzzling, bike riding, and sarcastic artist. Filled with humor and heartache it’s a perfect match for those who don’t like men in tights, flying around and picking fights.
Fart Party (Atom Books)
Written and drawn by Julia Wertz
Marvel Visionaries: Walter Simonson The Mighty Thor Vol. 1 (Marvel Comics)
Written and drawn by Walter Simonson
Blackest Night #5 (DC Comics)
Written Geoff Johns; Art by Ivan Reis, Oclair Albert, Joe Prado
Chew #7 (Image Comics)
Written by John Layman; Art by Rob Guillory
Blackest Night: Flash #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Scott Kolins
We’re especially lucky this week to have special guest artist and creator Brandon Dayton of the indie comic Green Monk in the Warriors Den (TM) to chat about his process and the ins-an-outs of publishing your own ideas. You really don’t want to miss out on this episode. Check out Green Monk and be sure to help support creator-owned comics.
Green Monk (Self Published)
Written and drawn by Brandon Dayton
Flash Rebirth #5 (DC Comics)
Written by Geoff Johns; Art Ethan Van Sciver
Adventure Comics #4 (DC Comics)
Written Geoff Johns; Art by Jerry Ordway, Clayton Henry
RASL Vol. #1 (Cartoon Books)
Written and drawn by Jeff Smith
Usagi Yojimbo: Yokai (Dark Horse Comics)
Written and drawn by Stan Sakai
Wednesday Warriors is a podcast for everyone counting down the days every week until Wednesday when the new comics hit the stands. With discussions about what’s going on in the industry, reviews of current and older comics, and a wide variety of opinions from well-read fans.