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  1. Greetings:

    We’re brand new publishers (our first anthology, Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism & Beyond was just released last month). We’re about to publish an electronic comic, called DayBlack by Keef Cross, about a vampire tattoo artist. We would like to send you an advance copy. If you’re interested, where should we send it?

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    All the Best,
    Bill Campbell

  2. Hello!

    I am running the kickstarter for this Toronto based comic and arts anthology book themed “WHERE IS HOME?” run by Sheridan animation grads, and invite you to take a look at our book:


    I can provide the nearly completed PDF should you wish to review it. Any and all attention you can provide to the project will help it move into print, and we would be extremely grateful!

    We will also be donating copies to local libraries should our project be funded.

    Should you wish to ask any questions, you can reach me at this email address! Thank you so much.

    ~Vanessa Stefaniuk

  3. Hello! My name is Jason Yungbluth and I am the publisher of Death Ray Graphics. I’d like to know to whom I can send press releases and review materials at WeTalkPodcasts. I have a new graphic novel called Weapon Brown that I would love to share with your critics.

    Please let me know, and thank you for your time.


    Jason Yungbluth
    Death Ray Graphics

  4. Hi,

    I have been checking out your site, and I wanted to talk to you about the possibility of reviewing Issue One of my comic Super. I am currently running a Kickstarter to fund Issue Two, and it would be awesome if you or someone at We Talk Comics could give it a read!

    I can provide you with a PDF, and links to the Kickstarter can be found at my website: http://www.jaycrowcomics.com

    Best Regards,
    Joshua Crowther

  5. Hey guys my name is Jordan Clark, and first I want to say I love the podcast, you guys are great! I just wanted to share with you two comic series’ I’m working on that are coming out in the next few months.

    The first is called Hive Mind and is coming out around Halloween. The series is about an intelligent virus that creates a new species of zombie like creatures, and the more they eat, the smarter they get. Before they know what hit them, humanity is fighting for survival and the zombies have claimed the #1 spot on the food chain. More than just a survival story, the book raises a lot of social and political questions. If there was a real viral outbreak, how would not just our government, but the world react? What would our world look like if there were more than one form of intelligent life? Could we co-exist? Here’s a twelve page preview.


    The next book is called Kane Maverick and is a mix between pulp adventure comics like Doc Savage and Booster Gold. Kane Maverick is a man of adventure, science, and action from the 12th dimension, but after a battle with his arch nemesis, Dr. Whiro, he becomes trapped in our world. Can Kane adjust to a world with considerably less action/adventure and find a way back home? It’s a fun pulp adventure with a bit of meta twist that plays with a lot of comic book tropes (handsome/rich hero, damsel in distress, crazy mad scientist). We’ll be launching a kickstarter for the project within the week. Here’s a look at the cover and a preview page.




    Let me know if anything catches your eye, we’d love to be featured on your site in some way. Thanks!

  6. Bj Lewis here with the Party Girl web series, a no budget super series born out of Denton, TX.

    Produced for pennies but big on hard work dedication from our actors.

    Feel free to check out the first season at http://www.taurianfilms.com. Would love to talk to you guys about it and see if it is podcast worthy. I am trying to do all I can to get more eyes and ears on our show to give people a chance to see some of the work these talented Texans are putting in.

  7. Hello Keith and Team,

    Love all that you guys offer your readers in support of indie comics. Content creators (such as my team and I) are greatly appreciative for what you do; giving us a voice and allowing us to be seen. So, thank you!

    I have a unique project that might interest your readers, “The True Masters Chronicles” Graphic Novel App. It’s exactly what it sounds like…a full-fledged digital graphic novel housed in an app that also has creator interviews, artist sketches, videos, character breakdowns, and more inside of it!

    Wanted to see if you’d be interested in checking it out and providing a review either on the graphic novel portion, or on the app as a whole, or both!

    I’ve provided a link to the app that’ll allow you to DOWNLOAD FOR FREE on your iPhone/iPad (iPad/tablet is the preferred platform), and I’ve also left a teaser of the project below.

    Let me know if you’re interested. Look forward to hearing from you, and keep doing what you do!

    LINK TO APP: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id721031050?mt=8

    TEASER: https://animoto.com/play/EOuDnjXuEFBcdgUJpRSrow

    Best regards,

    Chester Jones
    The Dream Factory Productions, LLC

  8. I am the co-founder of the Bay Area Comic Anthology (BACA). A group of 6 and I have been working for 10 months on a comic anthology about the San Francisco Bay Area.
    In our collaboration model, every creator, whether artist or writer, had to write and illustrate for somebody else! We thought this would be a cool way to become better comic creators and collaborators. Check us out!



  9. My name is Lindsay Moore, and I started a small publishing company, Hellcat Press, in 2014. We have put together two horror comics anthologies: “Dark Lady” and “Simply Sinful,” and are currently accepting pitches for a third (“Tales from the Public Domain”).

    “Dark Lady” is an all-female horror comics anthology featuring ten short scary stories written and illustrated by women from around the world. “Simply Sinful” is a co-ed anthology all about the Seven Deadly Sins (wrath, gluttony, envy, greed, lust, sloth, and pride). It contains fourteen short scary stories written and illustrated by men and women from around the world.

    Please let me know if you are interested in reviewing one or both of these anthologies, please let me know and I will send you a copy.

    Thank you,


  10. Hello!!
    I’m hoping you’ll take a look at my latest comic work as a new release, review, and/or interview with the creator (that’s me!). I look forward to hearing from you.

    “[Supernaut is] crazy, exuberant stuff, and really fun to read. Very ambitious in a way that’s reminiscent of Grant Morrison’s most cosmic and tripped out storytelling.”

    – Mike Carey (X-Men, Unwritten)




    SUPERNAUT – a 21st Century Cosmic Hero Myth by Michael David Nelsen
    Published by 215 Ink, 50 Foot Robot Studios, and Comixology

    “Transmuted into a highly evolved consciousness – a Supernaut – and empowered by the mysterious “Oortum Bands,” Stephen Haddon, astronaut, and cosmic oddity, assembles a team of extra-dimensional thieves to assemble five artifacts. Once brought together, they will allow him to stop “God” from destroying all reality.

    We all have an End. Some of us get a new Beginning.

    This is Supernaut. Ragnarok ‘n’ Roll!”

    Hello! My name is Michael David Nelsen and I am the creator of SUPERNAUT – a Sci-Fi comic just released by 215 Ink and 50 Foot Robot Studios thru ComiXology! All 5 Issues are now available!

    I chipped away at this project on nights and weekends in stages for over two years to bring it into existence and I’m thrilled to finally have it released. I conceived of Supernaut back in 2012 as sort of a Green Lantern type Sci-Fi adventure, but as I began writing it in 2013, it quickly evolved into something else. I brought all of my interest in metaphysics, theology, Joseph Campbell mythology and mixed it with my love of pulp sci-fi, comics, and trippy storytelling to create something different – a 21st Century Cosmic Hero Myth. A story of the multiverse and beyond. A story of Armageddon, and what may come after.

    Because this became such a personal expression of my interests, I decided it would best be conceived if I also did the artwork and lettering. I also brought my experience as a professional graphic designer to the work.

    I hope you will take the time to check it out! If you have the inclination to review it, that would be awesome as well. Or if you enjoy it, I would ask you to pass it along to others and help bring the project more exposure.

    I truly, deeply appreciate your time and consideration.

    Ragnarok n’ Roll.
    – Michael

    Supernaut is a 21st Century Cosmic Hero Myth. A 5-issue exploration of dying and rebirth disguised as a Sci Fi Adventure Comic Book.

    In 1968, Astronaut Stephen Haddon completes a secret mission to Earth’s Moon. In an ancient, underground temple, he finds two items that vibrate with power and call him to them. He reaches out and touches them; they transform into The Oortum Bands – transtemporal 5-Dimensional artifacts – that transform him in turn into SUPERNAUT – a highly evolved consciousness housed in the reconstructed vessel of Haddon’s body.

    The Bands guide him across the Macroverse to a waypoint older than the universe itself. Here his rapidly expanding existential mind is employed by a group of Interdimensional Thieves to help them recover four artifacts from beyond this universe that can be used to stop God himself from killing reality.

    Over the course of five issues, across different genres and universes, the group assembles a map of the dead, Godkiller armor, a book of knowledge, and a sword of legend. These artifacts, combined with Supernaut’s powerful Bands, allow him to confront numerous aspects of God, along with thousands of Supernauts from alternate realities, in a final showdown that ends in Armageddon.

    After the End of Reality, Supernaut finally achieves true enlightenment and is reborn from the ashes.

    Issue #1
    A 21st Century cosmic hero myth, this is SUPERNAUT! Reality-hopping Thieves join the newly ascended consciousness of Astronaut Stephen Haddon – now known as the Supernaut – pulling trans-dimensional capers across the Macroverse! Strange artifacts on the Moon, meeting God and stealing a map to the land of the dead from a secret pyramid beneath the Pentagon. A mystical, cosmic, sci-fi adventure like no other!

    Issue #2
    SCIENCE: 1972! (The B-Movie)
    Transtemporal intruders! Continuing his race to acquire five Outer Universal Artifacts that can stop God from bringing a close to Reality itself, Supernaut travels to an Alternate Earth to recover a suite of Armor called The Godbreaker. This classic sci-fi tale sees Supernaut facing off alone against lost creatures, signals from space, and the most dangerous of all, his own past.


    Issue #3
    An impossible theft at the edge of the universe! Supernaut leads a group of Inter-dimensional thieves to steal a Book of Knowledge from fallen gods. Hidden deep in a citadel and protected by deathly aliens and ghastly traps, the group must recover the Book, and evade betrayal and death at every turn. Can the team pull of The Book Job and continue their quest to stop Universal Cataclysm?



    Thank you!!!

    Michael David Nelsen

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