Infinite Canvas Podcast 3/2/16

the flightWe’re back with the second episode of our new podcast about comic books, Infinite Canvas.

For our main feature this episode, we dig deep into our absolute favorite comics being released today. We also talk a bit about Chicago’s big annual comic convention, C2E2, and round out the show with a review of issue #19 of Rick Remender and Wes Craig’s Deadly Class.

Also, we’ve decided to start a sort of “Book Club” feature for the podcast, in which we assign a graphic novel for both us and you, the listener, to read. We hope this will start some sort of larger discussion. This week we’ve chosen Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy, and we hope to talk about the book on either next week’s episode or the following one.

Lastly, if you like what we’re doing or maybe even have a question, please leave a comment on the SoundCloud page, here on the blog, or shoot us an email at infinitecanvaspodcast@gmail.com

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

Infinite Canvas Podcast 2/24/16

the flightHey, everyone!  Blog editor Michael Lane here. Today is an exciting day for the blog, at least in my eyes. Fellow blogger Dan Fiorio and I are both big fans of comics, and we’ve been kicking around the idea of doing a podcast about comics for a long time.

Well, we finally got together and recorded one! So, here’s the inaugural episode of our comic book podcast, Infinite Canvas!

Today’s topics include Deadpool, Dark Knight 3, Saga, and a feature on the three comics that have had the biggest impact on how we perceive the medium.