At Phoenix Comicon 2013, I had the pleasure to catch up with comic book author Eric M. Esquivel (Wiki), we talked about a number of things like being a freelancer writer, writing Freelancers for BOOM! Studios, Topo and Aquaman, school bullies, comic books and so much more. I was caught by surprise when he invited me [...]
The gang complains about movies, while Ryan Rodriguez interviews Chris Emerson. Witty’s last nerve is strained by Thorverine’s Cheeto cheesy jokes, Norwood’s tangents, and Eck’s face. Comics will be recommended, marriages will be shattered, not everyone will survive. Are you in good hands?
In this weeks episode of The Weekly Dose Podcast: Agent Burgos and Eric “The Mythic” Esquivel discuss the changes made to “Aquaman” and how they affect the character; Artwork for “Flash”; Paul Jenkin’s work on “Batman”; The fantastic “I, Vampire”;”The New Guardians” and why is Kyle Rayner so unique; “The Savage Hawkman”; “All-Star Western”; “Blackhawks #1″ can they fit in a world of super heroes?; “Superman #1″ wardrobe malfunction?;
Eric and Agent Burgos go at it again! In this episode of The Weekly Dose Podcast there are sun flower seeds, the douche bag that is (or not) Hal Jordan, the mysterious purple hooded woman, Batman Inc., Superboy, Green Lantern, a James Bond Frankenstein, Deathstroke and much more!
In this episode Agent Burgos declares his love for John Constantine, Eric M. Esquivel explains just what is it that makes Animal Man so amazing. The 52 DC relaunch, “Action Comics #1″, “BatWing”, BatGirl”, “Swamp Thing” and what is up with those Superman’s jeans!
The Weekly Dose is a weekly comic book podcast powered by Heroes and Villains. Every episode our hosts discuss the latest news in comics and the comic community in general. Once in awhile, we’ll even get a special guest interview from someone in the industry. In this episode Eric M Esquivel from Heroes and Villains, discuses the end of “Flashpoint”, and how excited he is for the new 52 DC relaunch.
Agent Burgos and Tony Starks take a quick look back at the best movies of 2010 before reviewing 2011. Inception, Tangled, The A-Team…Yes, they are all here. Do you want to know what we thought about them at the time? Well…. Have a listen.