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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 103: Zac Thompson talks social media and fungal horror in 'I Breathed a Body'

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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 103: Zac Thompson talks social media and fungal horror in ‘I Breathed a Body’

In our last show of 2020, the comics podcast recaps the week, interviews Zac Thompson, and more!

Very special guest and 5-timer on this show Zac Thompson joins us to talk about his upcoming new series I Breathed a Body. Out January 20th (FOC December 28th), we discuss the creation of the horror sci-fi series from AfterShock which has been years in the making. We discuss his process in its creation and get into what makes this book tick. We also talk about his favorite comics of 2020 and he gives us tidbits on 2021 projects across publishers.

Before we dive into the interview we recap the biggest news of the week. We start with DC Comics who is launching a new era with ‘Infinite Frontier’ in March 2021. They also revealed a ton of creative teams and new titles like Phillip Kennedy Johnson taking over Superman and Action Comics, Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo tapped for Nightwing March 2021, a new 64-page monthly anthology Batman: Urban Legends is on the way as well as the announcement of Superman: Red & Blue. 

In indie comics news, Archie Comics announced Mighty Crusaders by Rob Liefeld, a new limited horror series is on the way at BOOM! with Grant Morrison co-writing, and Vault Comics teased creative teams for 2021 all week long.

In Marvel Comics news, Mariko Tamaki and Gurihiru team up for ‘Thor & Loki: Double Trouble’ this March, Marvel is kicking off ‘Silk’ solo-series in March 2021, Marvel taps Daniel Warren Johnson for ‘Beta Ray Bill’ series in 2021, and Steve Orlando is set for Man-Thing.

AIPT Comics Podcast Top Books of the Week

Dave:                              

  1. Black Cat #1 (W: Jed MacKay, A: C.F. Villa, Nina Vakueya)
  2. New Mutants #14 (W: Vita Ayala, A: Rod Reis)

Forrest:

  1. King in Black: Immortal Hulk (W: Al Ewing, A: Aaron Kuder)
  2. Wolverine: Black, White, and Blood #2 (Various)

For our judging by the cover segment, we pick The Department of Truth #4 by Tradd Moore and King In Black #2 by Ryan Stegman.

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