Ape4Comics Podcast: Episode #13
Aug 20, 2013 by     3 Comments    Posted In: Podcast

Yes Ape4Comics does still exist. Matt and Neil are back and have a lot of stuff to talk about since they’ve been gone. First, the guys discuss some news including some things going on with the future title Justice League 3000 and a potential new Flash television series. Note: All news credit goes to  Next up is some Comic Talk where Matt discusses a book they are both reading, the new Red Sonja written by Gail Simone and drawn by Walter Geovani. Neil wants to discuss how much he’s been enjoying the Red Lanterns recently, written by Charles Soule and drawn by Alessandro Vitti. Matt had a great conversation with Charles Soule at the Heroes Con and has been reading his Swamp Thing work as well as his work on Marvel Comics Thunderbolts. Lastly, Matt and Neil talk about the nice creators they met at Heroes Con and some of the things they picked up there. Thanks for sticking with us! Hope you enjoy the show.

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  • Review #1 (2:00) Matt and Neil chat about Justice League 3000 and a potential new Flash television show.
  • Review #2 (11:39) Matt and Neil talk about books they’ve been reading including Red Sonja and Red Lanterns plus more…
  • Special Feature (38:00) Matt and Neil discuss their experience at Heroes Con back in June.
  • Total Running Time: (55:42)


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3 Comments Add Comment

  • nisav August 21, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    Guys, good to have you back and another great episode. Both quality and content is noticeably improved, well done. Can you guys share those artist names Neil was talking about he got art from at the con, and the links to their sites/shops. The way he talked about them i want to check them out.

    Keep up the great work and cant wait for #14.

  • MattB August 21, 2013 at 9:55 pm

    Thanks so much! I will have Neil post them here.

  • Steve August 22, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    Matt, The podcast is still great with you manning the helm. Keep the good work up!