Episode 12- Stephen Holland from PAGE 45

Welcome to the Comic Art Festival Podcast

Today we have the co-owner of the superb comic shop Page 45, Stephen Holland on the show. He talks about the shop, the industry and the festival. I feel we have so much more to hear from Stephen and hope to maybe get him back one day in the future.

We review Mann’s Best Friend, Maleficium and Spinning and give our thoughts on Fantastic Four. We discuss Batman the Animated Adventures too as it’s been 25 years since it appeared on our TV screens. All this and new theme music!

Mike talks all about post apocalyptic stories in comics and Pete talks a bit about his current work and the kickstarter he’s involved with entitled Copperopolis Part 3 with the Swansea Comics Collective. Don’t forget to find Pete at Thought Bubble and look out for the #BeerShaman beer mats in the Clock Tower and other places during the Lakes festival in October for a chance to win prizes (prizes to be announced).

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Books reviewed in this episode:

Maleficium by EdieOp

Mann’s Best Friend by Scarlett & Sophie Rickard

Spinning by Tillie Walden

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Logo designed by Pete Taylor at http://www.thismanthispete.com
Contributions by Mike Williams (@CthulhuPunk) and Pete Taylor (@thismanthispete).
Title Music: Don’t Fool Yourself by Pop Noir

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Episode 11- Gareth Brookes

Welcome to the Comic Art Festival Podcast

We have Gareth Brookes come on the show this episode to talk about comics, his books and beer. We review Kill or be Killed Volume 2, The Facts of Life, The Rabbit and Gods and give our thought’s on the new Death Note movie.

Mike talks all about Slaine and his history and Pete starts his look at the life of Jack Kirby as we all celebrate 100 years since his birth. We close with music from Pop Noir, who are Joe and Luke McGarry with a track entitled Don’t Fool Yourself.

You can grab some podcast merchandise as discussed on the show HERE

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Books reviewed in this episode:

Kill or be Killed Volume Two by Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips & Elizabeth Breitweiser

The Facts of Life by Paula Knight

the Rabbit by Rachael Smith

Gods by Michael Robertson, Mannie Abeleda, Peyton Freeman and Mike Stock

Thank you for listening.

http://www.comicartpodcast.uk
Twitter: @comicartfestpod
Facebook & Instagram: ComicArtPodcast
Also on YouTube

Find all about the festival at http://www.comicartfestival.com
Logo designed by Pete Taylor at http://www.thismanthispete.com
Contributions by Mike Williams (@CthulhuPunk) and Pete Taylor (@thismanthispete).