In a change to the usual format, the Awesome Comics Podcast gang sit down to talk about another topic – starting out making comics, how things have changed over the years – and their first returning guest pops in to talk about it with them. The podcast includes some some handy advice on building relationships with bigger comic book publishers.
Add to that, three tired hosts ready to rant and jabber on and you’ve got the recipe for another hilarious episode of comic book chat! Tony Esmond tells you a story that will change the way you say Tom Baker forever, everyone discovers what Dan Butcher thinks but never says and Vince Hunt is exposed for being a lazy editor.
Oh, and theres’ a bunch of out takes at the end of the episode, if you like that sort of ridiculous nonsense then be sure to stay til the end.
WARNING: There are a little more naughty words on this episode than usual. The hosts would tell you its because they’re tired, but, let’s face it we all know they’re disgraceful human beings. Still…it’s a show not to be missed!
Mentioned in this episode are: Avery Hill Publishing, I Love This Part, The Last Days of Summer, Tillie Walden, Bertie Bear Sgt Steel, Andy Clift, Girls Like You, Vikerrieous Lettering, Kerrie Smith, Last Sons of America, Boom! Studios, Druid Investigations Kickstarter, Assault on Fortress Doom, Shaun Dobie, John Allison, Giant Days, Our Supermom, Airboy, Horus Rising, Sentient Zombie Space Pigs, Disconnected Press and Asterix and the Missing Scroll
• Listen to the episode right here, or you can find all the episodes so far by searching for The Awesome Comics Podcast on iTunes or go to www.awesomecomics.podbean.com. You can also follow their antics on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theawesomecomicspodcast or on Twitter @theawesomepod
• If you have a small press book that you think the guys would like then why not send it into them at email@example.com
• If you love the ACP Intro/Outro music, then check out the brilliant Chad Fifer and more of his musical badassery at www.chadfifer.bandcamp.com