This week we’re discussing two horror anthologies!
“It’s our August Round-Up! Angela, Matt and Zach are getting together to discuss four first issues from the month just gone!”
“While Smither’s & Wing starts out as a fairly standard missing persons case it doesn’t take long for the supernatural elements to make an appearance, which is where things get really interesting.”
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss The O.Z. #1!
“Anyone who knows us here at Bigger than Capes will know we’re big fans of David Pepose’s work.
So of course the Kickstarter for his latest project, issue #2 of The O.Z. was definitely something we were going to be interested in.”
Ahead of his Kickstarter campaign for The OZ #2, Angela is catching up with writer David Pepose to discuss the first issue of the series and what we can expect going forward! Here’s how David’s described The OZ: “Haunted by her past, a disillusioned Iraq war veteran must survive the war-torn land of Oz.”
The comic is so clear in it’s visual story telling that even without knowing what anyone was saying, I never felt lost in the plot. The beat to beat action is really fun and is more than enough to keep turning pages…
“Do you enjoy Norse mythology? Do you enjoy space? Do you enjoy retellings of Norse mythology in space?”
Bigger Than Capes #22 is a bonus midweek episode, a few days ago Zach interviewed Mat Groom, writer of Self/Made, The Rise Of Ultraman and his current Kickstarter – Inferno Girl Red.
This week on Bigger Than Capes #21 – Angela is talking with writer David Pepose about his current Aftershock series Scout’s Honor, as well as his previous work on Spencer & Locke and Going To The Chapel from Action Lab – Danger Zone and his Kickstarted series The O.Z.!
“Do you like dinosaurs? Do you like comics about dinosaurs? The answer to both of those questions should be yes of course and if it is (it is right?) then I’d like to promote a little Kickstarter about that very thing! “
“A steam powered automaton inhabited by a human soul and a demonically possessed mouse”