The guest list to kick-off the year here at the Capes and Tights Podcast has been fantastic, but the kick-ass list we have setup for July 2023 is just amazing.
Of course, as any on-going show or podcast things come up and with this our schedule is subject to change without notice.
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July 2023 is as follow…
Episode 115: Jeremy Haun & Jason A. Hurley (July 5)
Jeremy Haun originally joined the podcast back on Episode 70 to discuss The Approach, but this time around he has invited his co-writer to join the episode to discuss the entire series and collected edition.
Haun is the artist and creator of The Realm and The Beauty at Image Comics as well as The Red Mother and The Approach at BOOM! Studios. His other projects include Batwoman, Constantine, and Wolf Moon. Jeremy has worked for nearly every publisher in the industry as well as doing self-publishing via Kickstarter.
Jason A. Hurley is a Missouri-based comics creator, comics retailer, and the co-writer of The Beauty and The Approach.
Episode 116: Tate Brombal & Isaac Goodhart (July 12)
Tate Brombal is a comic book writer based in Toronto, Canada. His comic series House of Slaughter at BOOM! Studios with artist Chris Shehan spun out of James Tynion IV & Werther Dell’Edera’s hit Something is Killing the Children and debuted in 2021. His Eisner-nominated mini-series Barbalien: Red Planet (Dark Horse) alongside Eisner-winning artist Gabriel Hernández Walta also released in 2021 as a part of Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Black Hammer universe. Tate’s latest comic series Behold, Behemoth dropped from BOOM! Studios in November 2022.
Isaac Goodhart got his start in comics in 2014 as one of the winners of the Top Cow Talent Hunt. After drawing Artifacts #38, he moved on to illustrating Matt Hawkins’s Postal for 26 consecutive issues. He recently illustrated Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale and Victor and Nora: A Gotham Love Story, written by Lauren Myracle and published by DC Comics.
Together Brombal and Goodhart have teamed up as writer and artist of James Tynion IV’s The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos. The first few issues of the series were originally released via The Empire of the Tiny Onion Substack, but has since been promoted to an on-going series at Dark Horse.
Episode 117: Jennie Wood (July 19)
Jennie Wood is a non-binary author and musician currently living in Boston. They created the critically acclaimed, award-winning Flutter graphic novel series. Featured in The New York Times, Boston Globe, and on Law & Order: SVU, Flutter was named one of the best LGBTQ graphic novels of 2013 and 2015 by The Advocate. In November 2018, Dark Horse published The Flutter Collection, all three volumes combined into one book. That collection won the Next Generation Indie Book award for best graphic novel.
Jennie is also the author of the YA novel, A Boy Like Me, which was a Next Generation Indie Book awards finalist, an INDIEFAB Book of the Year finalist, and one of Foreword Reviews’ 10 Best Indie YA novels for 2014. Their work can be seen in several anthologies, including The New York Times best-selling, award-winning FUBAR anthologies, The New York Times best-selling and Eisner award-winning anthology Love is Love, the Harvey-nominated 27, A Comic Anthology, and John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight.
Wood is set to release their newest original graphic novel, Paper Planes, at Mad Cave Studios’s young adult imprint Maverick. The book hits bookstores everywhere on July 18, 2023 and at local comic shops on July 19.
Episode 118: Chris Shehan & David M. Booher (July 26)
Chris Shehan is a comic book artist living in Texas who has illustrated such works as House of Slaughter, Nightfall Double Feature, Denizen, Bi Visibility, The Autumnal, and more. Additionally, Chris has contribute to a number of main comic covers as well as variant covers one the years.
David M. Booher is the GLAAD-nominated writer of Canto, Killer Queens, All-New Firefly, Dungeons & Dragons, Rain, and more. He has created comics for Dark Horse, Image Comics, IDW Publishing, Vault Comics, and BOOM! Studios. His all-ages fantasy series Canto is now in development as a feature film with Will Smith’s Westbrook Studios. His LGBTQ-led Killer Queens was featured in the New York Times as a must-read in honor of Pride Month. Killer Queens is getting a sequel in 2023.
David and Chris are the co-creators of Specs at BOOM! Studios which debuted in November 2022, wrapped up in February 2023 and hits the shelves in trade paperback collection form on August 16, 2023 at local comic shops and bookstores everywhere on August 22.