No amount of detailed history of highborn lords, ladies, dragons, and battles will sate your cravings for continuation of A Song of Ice and Fire, but this will provide a welcome distraction. Continue reading
Game of Thrones
You know, the author of Game of Thrones. Continue reading
It’s ultimately my responsibility if I want to avoid spoilers just like it’s my responsibility to tell a restaurant if I have a food allergy. Continue reading
If you were to overhear our conversation, you may think we were recapping this season of “Game of Thrones,” but the talk of blood and guts is surrounding “Revenge of The Robot Battle Nuns,” a b-horror, sci-fi gorlesque show that Fem Bones created, directs, and choreographs. Continue reading
Image Comics has been, since 1992, the proving ground for comic book professionals to claim ownership of their work. Today we talk to Image creator Glen Brunswick about his awesome new series Reality Check, which tells the tale of a hero stepping into the real world, directly from the mind of his creator! Glen was gracious enough to talk a bit about his recent work with one of the fathers of Image, Whilce Portacio, entitled Non-Humans about toys coming to life and walking among us. We’ve been a fan of Glen since his ‘Kirby as Genre’ series, Jersey Gods, so we would have been remiss to mention The King in our interview on this fine Wednesday. Reality Check #2 is released on Wednesday, October 2.
Shane W. Smith is an Australian independent comics creator with a successful sci-fi series The Lesser Evil under his belt. The sequel books Peaceful Tomorrows Vol. 1 & 2 are now available on Amazon. Volume 2 was released just this week. Shane joins Earth Prime Time to tell us about the rich world he has created, with a galaxy at war and corrupt politicians pulling the strings.
The comic market hashtag on twitter is really a discussion of the ever-changing landscape of opinions, cancellations, creator-owned titles tying to get off the ground, and musings on ComiXology and other digital formats. Two of the bigger independent companies, Image Comics and Boom! Studios have redesigned their digital presence and commerce leader Amazon steps in with a huge announcement this week, the launch of it’s own Jet City Comics imprint. Earth Prime Time re-introduces you to these websites and shows you what digital offerings they have to offer.