Comic Book Podcasts

Here’s a quick list of seven podcasts (in no particular order) dealing with comics.

For the most part I tend to like shows interviewing artists and/or industry professionals (as opposed to simply reviews), so the list tends to lean heavy that way.


guttertalk

Making Comics: Gutter Talk – Hosted by Adam Greenfield.

Every Friday listen in as Adam Greenfield is joined by artists around the globe discussing making comics.


talltaleradio

Tall Tale Radio – Hosted by Tom Racine.

A podcast about comic strips, animation, movies, television, comics and cartoons, with interviews with the best artists in print, on the web, on screen, and everywhere.


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Panels & Pizza – Hosted by Adam Vermillion.

Comics and pizza, together at last. Adam Vermillion shares a slice or 6 with some of the biggest and best names in comics.


PCH

Pop Culture Hound – Hosted by Chris J. Thompson.

Pop-culture website with a focus on comics, video games, film and TV.


wordballoon

Word Balloon – Hosted by John Siuntres.

The Pop Culture podcast featuring in-depth 1 on 1 interviews from the entertainment worlds of comic books, novels, film, video games and more.


inkstuds

Inkstuds – Hosted by Rob McConnell.

Interviews some of today’s top creators, with a focus on underground and indy comix from publishers like Fantagraphics, Top Shelf, Drawn and Quarterly and more.


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iFanboy – Comics fandom oriented.

Owned and operated by Graphicly.

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If there’s a comics oriented podcast you’d like to recommend, please comment and/or email me as I’d like to update this list from time to time.

All for now – back to work…

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About Jim Keefe

Jim Keefe is the current artist of the Sally Forth comic strip, he is also the writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip - both available at ComicsKingdom.com. A graduate of the Joe Kubert School, Keefe likewise teaches Comic Art. Teaching and speaking engagements include SVA in Manhattan, Hofstra’s UCCE Youth Programs, The University of Minnesota and most recently the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
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