Marc J. PalmToday on the show, Cole and Ben welcome back to the show Marc J. Palm. Marc joins us today because the second volume of his indie hit The Fang is out now. Tune in as we talk to Marc about: • His inspiration for the character of Fang… Continue reading →
Today on a fresh show for a fresh new year, the gang reconvene via zoom (like ya’ do) and talk about topics such as: • There’s a call for Marvel to retire the Punisher logo • Steve Lightle has passed away • As has Heavy Metal Warrior Queen Julie Strain •… Continue reading →
2020 Year in Review Today on the show, the gang get back together and talk about the largest stories that came out of 2020, including: • Gerry Conway reclaiming The Punisher logo for BLM • Marvel and Scholastic unite for new line of titles for young readers • Archie announces… Continue reading →
Today, we welcome musician, playwright, filmmaker and artist Matthew Southworth. Matt’s impressive CV includes uncredited re-writes on the film “Suspect Zero” (a story in and of itself); playing with his band The Capillaries, as well as with Harvey Danger, all around Seattle; and illustrating titles such as Spider-Man, Spider-Girl, X-Men,… Continue reading →
Battle of the Linguist Mages Today on the show, Cole and Ben welcome playwright and novelist Scotto Moore. Scotto is a Seattle-based, multi-media raconteur who, for fourteen years, has been a cornerstone of the Seattle Fringe Theatre community. During his fourteen years as an active playwright, we saw major productions… Continue reading →
Frank Gogol Today on the show, Cole and Ben welcome Frank Gogol. Frank is a San Francisco-based writer of Grief (Ringo Award nominee), Dead End Kids (Best New Series, The Independent Creator Awards), and No Heroine, all from Source Point Press. The child of addicts, Frank’s a humble dude whose… Continue reading →
Kurt Ankeny Today on the show, the gang welcome author, illustrator, painter, and occasional letterer – Kurt Ankeny! Kurt’s books In Pieces and Pleading with Stars are sometimes autobiographical, occasionally bleak, but always fascinating and beautiful. Aside from his own books, Kurt has also lettered Matt Fraction and Elsa Charretier’s… Continue reading →
The Death of Retail Comics Dungeon had always been a partner with The Panel Jumper to produce the Perfect Bound Podcast. Sadly, this past summer the store had to close. Today on our first show in six months, the gang welcome c4c3.org founder and former owner of Comics Dungeon and… Continue reading →
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Perfect Bound Podcast is forced to take a hiatus. But before we shelter in place in order to weather this pandemic, we have one last show for you. This never-before-aired show, recorded in October of 2019, finds Chris, Cole, and Ben talking about horror… Continue reading →
Today on an episode recorded before the world got turned upside down, the gang spend a half hour discussing: • Locke & Key / Sandman crossover • Dark Horse announces Umbrella Academy prequel • Batman TAS Continues as Digital First series? And then, based on this article about the 13… Continue reading →
What Is It?
The Perfect Bound Podcast is a show about anything and everything comic books and comics related, brought to you by Ben Laurance and Cole Hornaday of The Panel Jumper, and Chris Casos and Nicole Lamb formerly of Comics Dungeon.