Amazing Comics Podcast Episode 25: Tally Burtram and Bajo Mano

Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 25: Tally Burtram

This week Vince Hunt, Dan Butcher and Tony Esmond are joined by the creator of the procedural cop drama comic Bajo Mano Tally Burtram to talk about the series and how it came to be. She also tells the ACP crew about her other role as a lecturer working on a Cartoon and Comics Art course (that all three hosts end up wanting to sign up for).

It’s a lively, fascinating chat with a side order of hilarious nonsense in the usual ACP fashion, and there’s also plenty more books for you to check out, Tally manages to evade being arrested on air, Dan reveals his immature side, Vince can’t pronounce anything correctly… and, again, and we find out Tonys mum is far more technically literate than him.

Mentioned in this episode are: Tally Burtram, Bajo Mano, Incredible Herbe Trimpe, Two Morrows PublishingZombie OutlawJenspirationJennie GyllbladHector UmbraUli OesterleStaffordshire Cartoon and Comics Art CourseAvery Hill Publishing ArtworkDemoncon 2016True Believers 2016London Super Comic Con 2016Undine AdventurerA Place to Hang Your CapePipedream ComicsDown the TubesTrauma is Really StrangeSteve HainesSinging Dragon BooksViz and Spacescape.

Listen to the podcast right here!

• You can find all the episodes so far by searching for The Awesome Comics Podcast on iTunes or go to You can also follow their antics on Facebook at or on Twitter @theawesomepod

• Check out Bajo Mano here and follow Tally on Twitter @TallyBurtram | Read Tony’s review of Bajo Mano #1 here

• If you have a small press book that you think the guys would like then why not send it into them at

• If you love the ACP Intro/Outro music, then check out the brilliant Chad Fifer and more of his musical badassery at


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