Makenzie Mizell is a Los-Angeles-based musician with a voice like an angel and a right hook like a lightning bolt– so it’s fitting that she’s joining us to talk about 1984’s SUPERGIRL!
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Feminism, black magick, incomprehensible plots, nepotism, Popeyes Chicken.
This conversation, like every episode of SuperFriends, is presented by the fine folks at Meltdown Comics!
Jerry Gaylord is a comic book illustrator and animator who has worked on such franchises as Adventure Time, Bill & Ted, Regular Show, Sonic The Hedgehog, The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ultimate Spider-Man,and more.
One time, he and Eric teamed up to tell a weird story about Gods playing guitars.
Jerry joins Eric in the studio today to talk about Mark Waid and Alex Ross’ classic, KINGDOM COME. Presented by Meltdown Comics!
Henry Barajas swears to God he’s a comedian. Listen to this episode– wherein he and Eric talk about Dave Gibbons’ and Steve Rude’s WORLD’S FINEST #2, from 1990– and you be the judge! Presented by Meltdown Comics!
Ascot Smith is an award-winning creator who specializes in writing interactive virtual reality content. His work is all about crafting customized experiences based on his audience’s choices…which makes him a PERFECT guy to chat with about Zack Snyder, and the various…bold choices… the director made when adapting the Superman mythology to 2013’s MAN OF STEEL.
Yep. We’re going there.
Steven T. Seagle is a legendary creator who needs no introduction…but I’m gonna give him one anyway.
In addition to his epic runs on books like Alpha Flight, House of Secrets, Sandman Mystery Theater, Superman, and Uncanny X-Men, Steve is also the co-creator of both Big Hero Six, and—along with his partners at Man Of Action–Ben 10.
Seagle joins Eric in the studio this episode to discuss his groundbreaking work, IT’S A BIRD…, a semi-autobiographical graphic novel that chronicles his real-life reluctance to take a gig writing The Man Of Steel.
My next round of Meltdown University classes begins October 4th!
Come to this FREE open house at Meltdown Comics and Collectibles on Sept 25th to learn more, meet some of my previous students, and snag some free coffee!
Today Eric is joined by comic book author Caleb Monroe (Batman, Peanuts, Steed and Mrs. Peel), for a balls-out-crazy discussion of the legendary Alvin Schwartz’s metaphysical memoir, AN UNLIKELY PROPHET, in which Alvin claims that he was visited by a magical, 7 foot tall Buddhist monk who taught him the occult truth behind Superman’s existence. It’s the craziest–allegedly true– book in the entire world, and the boys are gonna tell you all about it on this episode of Super Friends presented by Meltdown Comics!
The final chapter of National Geographic X Dynamite’s Animal Jam comic hits shelves this Wednesday (9/6)!
I’ve had an absolute blast working on this book. And it’s been an honor working with the legendary Fernando Ruiz– so much so that Fernando and I are now working on an original comic of our own design!
We’re joined today by the infamous Adam Goldberg–Playwrite, screenwriter, and occasional guest-villain on Dan Harmon’s “Harmontown” podcast!
Adam drops by our Fortress of Solitude today to sing the praises of Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness’ SUPERMAN/BATMAN vol 1: Public Enemies!
All on this episode of Superfriends with Eric Esquivel presented by Meltdown Comics!