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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #638: Interviews with Sandy King Carpenter and Jeff Haas

It’s time for another great doubleheader week in Episode #638 as Wayne talks with Sandy King Carpenter from Storm King Comics, then Jeff Haas returns to talk The End of All: Terminus #1 & 2 on Kickstarter!

Everything kicks off with my fun interview with Sandy King Carpenter, who heads Storm King Comics! Here’s how this group is described: “Along with her husband, director John Carpenter, Sandy King focuses on bringing the best writers from the worlds of comics, movies, and novels to bring their special brand of horror and sci-fi entertainment to comics.” We talk about who produced the excellent comics they’re making, including the very-soon-to-be-released second volume of the Fetch series for younger readers as well as Long Haul from Cullen Bunn and Heath Amodio, and explore what else is coming soon from these high-power creators! Be sure you pick up the first and second volumes of Fetch from your local comics shop or through the Storm King Comics website!

Then it all concludes with the return of Jeff Haas, who has a new Kickstarter underway for the first and second issues of The End of All: Terminus. Here’s the description: “The Universe is dying. The “Great Rip” is tearing it apart. Now the last seven sentient species in the universe attempt a daring escape aboard the spaceship, Terminus. However, these species’ existence together is anything but harmonious as each vie for control. Only a few will survive until the end.” Jeff catches us up on the latest Terminus news and other crowdfunding events, then we discuss how this story came to be, who the characters are, and what else Jeff has heading our way in the months ahead!

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Wayne Hall creates the weekly Wayne's Comics Podcast. He’s interviewed Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, John Layman, Kyle Higgins, Phil Hester, Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray, David Petersen, Christos Gage, Mike Grell, and Matt Kindt. He lives in Central Florida near Orlando, where he has resided for 7 years.