Brooklyn boy and prolific comic book creator JIMMY
PALMIOTTI joins the fellas for an epic conversation about fandom,
growing up in Brooklyn, comic cons, pop culture, inking, writing,
Marvel Knights, Hollywood, horror, and ‘Being The Ricardos’. We
also squeeze a little Kirby talk in there, and Jimmy does
We have an enlightening conversation with prolific
comic book creator RICK VEITCH (Swamp Thing, Brat Pack, 1963, Boy
Maximortal, and so much more), touching on comic books as an art
form, encouraging creativity, independent comix, Jack Kirby
at DC, the pros and cons of self-publishing (and so much more).
Mole Man! Skrulls! Autographs! Spaceships! Ray guns!
Kidnappings! UnEarthly galactic gladiator battles! Prohibition-era
gangsters! Family dynamics! And of course, the ever-lovin’
blue-eyed THING! Tommy & Mike D. discuss Marvel Comics’ Fantastic
Four issues 90-93 (1969) by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee.
We shoot the shit with artist HOWIE NOEL, an old
soul making new art based on the stuff he loves! We talk Chester
Gould’s Dick Tracy and the appeal of the villain, the idolization
of the gangsters of the past and what role the media plays in that,
Jack Kirby’s influence, art, and more!
For our first episode of 2022, we’re joined by
Philly artist DAVE PROCH to talk Kirby, comics as literature,
nostalgia, visual impacts, art, historical inaccuracies, and the
Roku TV docuseries ‘Slugfest’! It’s a heated, passionate debate
with the love of comics and the truth of Jack Kirby as its
Join Jack Kirby fans Mike D & Tommy Lombardozzi as they invite weekly guests to discuss and explore the work and contributions of the comic book industry's greatest creator, with lots of laughs along the way!
All hail the King of Comics!