For the Love of Indie is your #1 podcast for creator owned, independent and small press comics! Delve into some titles you may know little about, discover some incredible creators, and find out about excellent titles heading your way! Additional info and show notes can be found at www.fortheloveofindie.com!
For the Love of Indie is here with new friend! New thrills! Old sex toys! Etc! We've got one page tales of terror, the truth behind nicotine, robot bears, awareness, short films featuring Rat Race, and so much moooooooooore!
It's back! It's a podcast! It's about independent comics. This time around I'm talking books by Tia Roxae, AJ Dungo, Kriota Willberg, Shintaro Kago, and William Cardini. Plus, 2 whole seconds of Hamilton talk?! Neat. If I were to describe this episode in 6 words they would be history, grieving, ejection, witches, transformation, and abstract.
Good gravy it's episode 100! Do you know what that means?! More reviews of comics (eh 100 is just a number)! This time around we have zombie shenanigans with Christopher Reda and Leandro Rizzo, a trip through the underworld with Loïc Locatelli-Kournwsky, a lolita dressed serial killer from Haruto Ryo, and the next chapter in The Adventure Zone, from Carey Pietsch and the McElroy boys.
Grill up dogs and burn that citronella, cuz it's a new episode! This one has it all, light movie reviews with Alita: Battle Angel, the end of Alexander Utkin's first Gamayun Tales arc, the hilarious and peculiar world, of Nick Edward's It Had To Be You, the tales of an Earth without us in Michelle Gish's We Are Here Forever, and chivalrous food in Kyle Fewell's The Hamburger Prince. Plus, some general comic industry talk. Everything you could want out of a one sided conversation, really.
Well well well... Looks like the For the Love of Indie broadcast tower is open once more! Take the gondola up and join me through some incredible books such as Emily Carroll's Beneath the Dead Oak Tree, Peter Wartman's Stonebreaker, Molly Mendoza's Skip, and Julia Gforer's Vision. There's also a special visit from Upgrade Soul and BTTM FDRS creator Ezra Clayton Daniels!
Back once more! We've got horrors from Junji Ito, personal journeys withPenina Gal, apocalyptic introspection with Ben Passmore, who later teams up with Ezra Clayton Daniels to round out the show with some gentrification horror. Plus, some short TCAF talk. All RIGHT here RIGHT now.
Here it is! The episode ONLY known as For the Love of Indie #96 featuring the worlds of cat and man reversed by Caitlin Major & Kelly Bastow, the uselessness of advancement by Shintaro Kago, a blockhead persisting after the bombs go off by Jason Yungbluth, and a mysterious death that only a child can solve from Emil Ferris.
This For the Love of Indie episode has comics for days! Well, at least for the duration of the episode. We've got books about music horror, Francois Vigneault's scifi epic, Harpo Marx & Salvador Dali, bizarre publications from another dimension, monsters that are avoided by prescription and so much more!
For the Love of Indie #94 is here for your small press comics needs. We have space terror from Tyler Landry, the childhood of Jesse Reklaw, colorful fighters from Josh Hicks and a the struggles of a toxic relationship from Mariko Tamaki & Rosemary Valero-O'Connell. Take a listen and hear all about:
The Glorious Wrestling Alliance
Vile #1: Coward's Hole
Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me
Cold Blood Samurai
Unnatural vol. 2