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Longbox Graveyard comic book podcast appearances.

We Talk 4 Seconds!

The Longbox Graveyard Podcast may be a thing of the past, but we didn’t miss a beat when I reunited with the We Talk Comics podcast crew to discuss my original digital comics story, 4 Seconds!

4 Seconds

4 Seconds is FREE to read at Mark Waid’s Thrillbent!

We talked about the origins and potential future of 4 Seconds, and spun out in the usual way about all things comics, past and present.

They put me on the spot by asking who was my favorite Spider-Man writer, too. Want to hear my trick answer? Then mouse on over to We Talk Comics right now, and give a listen!

We Talk Comics

Thanks to the whole We Talk Comics crew for having me on the show!

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4 Seconds Is On The Air!

Frequent Longbox Graveyard contributor Dean Compton and co-host Emily Scott were kind enough to have me on Her Dork World/His Dork World to discuss my new digital comic, 4 Seconds!

4 Seconds

4 Seconds is still FREE to read online at Thrillbent.com!

The show was broadcast LIVE on Voc Nation last week … but if you missed the show, you can stream it right here.

Dean, Emily, and I discussed the creation of 4 Seconds, Marvel’s recent re-launch, the future of comic books, and more!

Voc Nation

Thanks to Dean and Emily for having me on the show … and be sure to check back here next week, when Dean Compton returns to Longbox Graveyard with another appreciation of his favorite comics character, the Punisher!

Unspeakable!

This week I was a guest on The Unspoken Decade podcast!

The Unspoken Decade

Longbox Graveyard fans will remember that the Unspoken Decade is the blogging home of Dean Compton, a frequent Longbox Graveyard contributor. Over at the Unspoken Decade, Dean talks all things nineties in the world of comics.

so very 90s

so very 90s!

Our podcast was a good-natured point/counterpoint of the relative merits of 1990s vs. 1970s comics.

Give it a listen!

Thanks, Dean, for having this Bronze Age relic on your show! Kinda grim to be the “old guy” in a conversation where the newest ideas on offer are already a quarter-century old … but that comes with the kit, given that I permanently reside in the year of 1978!

(And remember that you can listen to all my various podcast appearances on the Longbox Graveyard Podcast page!)

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