If you missed any, check out all of PW Comic World's More to Come Podcasts and our daily coverage live from the floor of Comic-Con International: San Diego. PW's Calvin Reid and Heidi MacDonald scoured the floor for all the movers and shakers.
Here is our new feature the Comics World Interview Special, More to Come 58, in which Reid talks to Tim Leong, designer, comics impresario and author of Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe (Chronicle), about his time as co-founder of the acclaimed, though now defunct, Comic Foundry magazine and about his new book, a collection of inventive comics infographics that cleverly detail, among other things, what sells in comic stores, manga and the exact locations of the Baxter Building, Avengers Mansion and much more.
And check out the best of PW Comics World's podcasts in the More to Come archive.
Here are links to the complete line-up of our daily podcasts direct from the floor of the San Diego Comic-Con International July 17-July 21, 2013:
Heidi interviews David Petersen, creator of Mouse Guard discusses the Archaia merger and what's coming for Mouse Guard; Jimmie Robinson discusses his long history with Image and his Image comic Five Weapons; and Zander Cannon of the comic Heck from Top Shelf talks about his work and his new digital comics monthly Double Barrel.
Heidi and Calvin interview David Steinberger, CEO and co-founder of digital comics giant Comixology; veteran Marvel and DC comics creator Tony Isabella; Chris Staros, the publisher of Top Shelf; Andy Grossberg of the webcomics aggregator Comics Rocket, and Carr D'Angelo and Susan Avallone of Los Angeles's Earth 2 comics stores discuss their in store "Non Con" event for customers.
Calvin interviews writer and Tony Award-winning music producer Vivek Tiwary about his new graphic novel and movie The Fifth Beatle - The Brian Epstein Story and talks about the SDCC 2013 so far, while Kate reports in from home base and discusses the Eisner awards.
Heidi and Calvin interview Carl Gropper, nephew of Will Eisner and head of the Will and Ann Eisner Foundation; Eric Reynolds, associate publisher of Fantagraphics, on reconnecting with the market; and veteran comics creator Rick Geary of A Treasury of Victorian Murder and Keith Knight of The K Chronicles discuss their comics and Kickstarters.
Heidi and Calvin interview Stephen Robson, founder of the comics publisher Fanfare/Ponent Mon; Noelle Stevenson, creator of the popular webcomic Nimona, about her publishing deal and upcoming work on Adventure Time and The Bravest Warrior; and Terry Nantier of NBM about the groundbreaking comic Omaha the Cat Dancer.