Odinforce comic book series
The Legend of Odin Force
Issue 1 - Odinforce
Issue 2 - Curse of the Yeti
Issue 3 - Riddle of the Reaper
Legendary comic book writer Ron Marz returns to the 162nd episode of the podcast. Ron was on the 3rd ever episode of the show, and we start by talking about how the comic book industry has grown and changed in the last few years. Also, will we see another DC versus Marvel crossover event? Ron was the writer on the first and only series in 1996 but now DC is hinting at a second crossover. Ron remembers how the DC vs Marvel came to be and gives his thoughts on a sequel. Plus, hear all about the third issue of Odinforce — out now!
Batman is going Death Metal. Yeah, you read that right. In this interview, legendary comic book artist and penciler Greg Capullo opens up about the upcoming adventure — Dark Knights: Death Metal. Listen to learn more.
Amy Chu is an amazing comic book writer who is relatively new to the industry. She started out by self-publishing her own stories which led to her writing for titles like Wonder Woman, Poison Ivy, KISS and more. She joins the show to talk about her career and her current work.
Jim Starlin is the iconic comic creator behind the creation of the characters Drax and Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, and evil villain Thanos. Jim joins the show to talk about breaking into comics and the true origin of Thanos, which includes killing off a major character from DC Comics.
Matthew Dow Smith is a talented comic book artist and writer. He has worked on many different books including X-Files, Doctor Who and his own title October Girl. Matthew talks what it was like working with Alan Moore and being the artist on the Beasts of The Black Hand.
Richard Clark joins the show to talk about his career in comics and beyond, writing and drawing for titles like Batman, Happy!, The Boys, and House of Gold and Bones, which he did with Corey Taylor of Slipknot. Plus hear about how he worked with HBO on projects with Dennis Miller and George Carlin.
Steve Orlando worked hard to break into the comic book industry and now writes for some of the biggest titles around. Steve talks about how he got his start and some of his first jobs, what comic books mean to him and what it is like writing for characters like Batman in Justice League of America.
Dean Haspiel is a comic book artist, writer, author, playwright and all around incredible creative force. Dean has worked with Harvey Pekar on American Splendor and Jonathan Ames on The Alcoholic and HBO's Bored To Death, for which he won an Emmy for designing the title sequence.
Paul Harding is a trained graphic artist that molded himself into a sought-after sculptor. He has created stunning works of art, action figures, statues and more for companies like Gentle Giant, DC Collectibles, Marvel, Sideshow Collectibles and so much more. Listen to our podcast interview with him.
Ming Chen was a fan of the underground movies of Kevin Smith in the early days of the internet so he decided to make a website. The rest is history and he joins the podcast to talk about how he started working full time with Kevin Smith and what it is like to be a reality TV star on AMC's Comic Book Men.
You might know Ming Chen and Mike Zapcic from AMC's Comic Book Men with Kevin Smith. Ming and Mike are also avid podcasters and truly believe that anyone can and should start a podcast. That is why they created A Shared Universe Podcast Studio.
Dustin and Jeff take the podcast to the Walker Stalker convention in Nashville, a celebration of The Walking Dead and so much more. They report about their experiences directly form the convention floor and meet some interesting people along the way.
The World's Strongest Coffee returned to The Big Apple for New York Comic Con 2017. With a booth right on the main floor of the convention, the Death Wish Coffee Truck outside and a media lounge at The Hudson Mercantile, Death Wish Coffee was all over the largest comic convention in the country.
Brock Powell aka the booming voice of the Kool-Aid man, took to the streets of New York to serve our coffee to the masses. With Death Wish in his system, his Kool-Aid man demeanor took over and the result was over-caffeinated and hilarious debauchery. Watch the video in this blog.