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paul brian deberry 04-23-2014 06:20 PM

[The List] Comic book podcast and review sites.
Here's the deal. If you know of a web site that reviews or runs a weekly (semi regular) comic book podcast. Post it here.

I will need name of the podcast/review site and URL... I'll start by listing a few I listen to and the reddit url that help me discover them.

I will update the list for as long as possible.

Comic Geek Speak (podcast)

Comic Dorks (podcast)

Major Spoilers (podcast)

The Next Issue (podcast)

Make Comics (podcast) (formerly from iFanboy)

Vodka O'Clock (podcast)

War Rocket Ajax (podcast)

11 O'Clock Comics (podcast)

Life Leave Me Alone (podcast)

House to Astonish (podcast)

Word Balloon (podcast)

Where Monsters Dwell (podcast)

5 BY 5 Comic Reviews (reviewers)

Black Ship Books (reviewers)

Marta 04-23-2014 06:45 PM

The Next Issue podcast,

Make Comics podcast, (formerly from iFanboy)

Vodka O'Clock,

ja-son-g 04-25-2014 08:52 PM

Life Leave Me Alone podcast,

House to Astonish podcast,

Word Balloon podcast,

Evan Henry 04-25-2014 09:25 PM

Where Monsters Dwell

paul brian deberry 04-26-2014 12:51 PM

5 BY 5 Comic Reviews (reviewers)

Black Ship Books (reviewers)

elizabethamber 06-13-2014 07:17 PM

Hi, I'm the host of Vodka O'Clock at I'm not sure why you have the link on that specific episode. You can find the show in iTunes, Stitcher or through the site using the tag for "Podcast"


dursin 07-16-2014 04:08 PM

League of Ordinary Gentlemen Podcast:

It'sa ME! We can be reached at

Toondoctor 09-12-2014 07:52 PM

Hum... ComicBookBin has been reviewing comics since 2002 and has over 21k comics articles and thousands of non DC/Marvel reviews...

AKATheKidMarvel 10-19-2014 01:04 PM

I've been doing comic reviews weekly for about alittle over a year at and I know they also do a podcast, they've been around for about 12 years doing comic reviews. I'm not trying to self promote, just to help with the post.

JuanNavarro 03-08-2015 02:06 AM

Indie comics and How to do comics Podcast
Hey Guys.
I'm doing a weekly show called the FWACATA podcast, mostly a Latin slant and look into art, comics and the indie world. I have 4 episodes done, and recently covered how to attend a convention and being on the other side of the table at the con. People dug it.

You can listen to the rest here and a couple of minicasts on various subjects.

Audio Henchmen 03-10-2015 09:51 PM

Last week I just launched a new podcast called Fanboy Labs. You can find it at
I would also like to invite any published creators who may want to sit down and Skype with me on the show a chance to contact me. Just email me at Thanks!
-Dusty Good
Host of Fanboy Labs

SDS 05-29-2015 02:39 AM

Some of these are more on the business-side of comics.

I've found the Jerzy Drozd podcasts very useful. Other creators often join the regular co-hosts as a guest, but it's less of an interview, and more of a discussion. The hosts deeply value clear language and clear thinking, so they comprehensively cover all of their topics and thoroughly explore their guests' contributions.
Comics Are Great [link]
Lean into Art [link]
Kids Comics Revolution [link]

Comfy Con [link] is an annual event for creators who enjoy networking, socializing, and sharing their expertise with their fellow creators, but wanted to avoid the downsides of a physical con. Creators hosted panels exploring the art and business of comics: you have a Kickstarter panel [link] by people who have run and fulfilled multiple 5-figure Kickstarters; panels on launching and sustaining career as an independent artist [link]; a panel on how to practice speed drawing [link].

Your Dreams, My Nightmares [link] is a much more straightforward creator interview series, featuring several noteworthy illustrators.

Dirty Old Ladies [link] is less interview, more creator discussions of the art and business of comics: publishing, kickstarters, genre discussions. The podcast will be returning with new episodes in the near future.

A Happy Go Lucky Podcast [link] is similar, but more prone to tangents.

Rachel & Miles X-Plain the X-Men [link] offers analysis of the series; it's presented as an introduction for the uninitiated, but it includes discussion of narrative choices that people familiar with the series might also enjoy.

XOXO [link] has presentations by creators including the founder of Patreon [link] discussing the genesis of the business, and on the Kickstarter fulfillment company Breadpig [link] that includes very insightful comments on community.

And then there's this great list of recorded Panels from ECCC & other cons. [link]

SifuJC 04-04-2019 02:59 PM

The World's Greatest Comic Book Podcast

paul brian deberry 04-15-2019 02:27 PM

The Rewatchables

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