Volume 2, Episode 12 – Beer Anxiety f/Scott Snyder

This week we’re very excited to welcome Scott Snyder, writer of American Vampire and Severed, and who just wrapped up his run on one of our favorite books of the last year, Detective Comics! Scott talks to us about his upcoming work on post-DC-reboot Batman, how he get his start in comics, a nerve-wracking meeting at C2E2, how he got Jock and Francesco Francavilla to work on Detective, the Bat-Family’s favorite Elvis songs, and more! Plus, we welcome another member of the Ajax Hundo Club, Susan Cole, and answer a question from our listener mailbag!

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5 thoughts on “Volume 2, Episode 12 – Beer Anxiety f/Scott Snyder”

  1. Huh, I hadn’t realized that Snyder wrote The Thirteenth Egg, which was my favorite story form Who Will Save Us Now?

  2. I’ll tell you whuh laddie: I’m a ring wieldin’, Speed Force feelin’, invisible jet flyin’, Batmobile drivin’, last son of a gun of Krypton!


  3. Based purely off of the scans you put into your Comics Alliance review, I feel I love Batman Inc. #8 on a purely ironic level. I am now seeking therapy for latent hipsterism.

    Also, I didn’t know that Morrison likes Civil War. That’s baffling. He clearly knows what a good story is, so…. why?

  4. Morrison seems to have a love/hate relationship with Millar. He hates Millar, but loves his stories, at least in the book. I agree with Matt tho, it’s too much careerism and getting caught up in comic book gossp.

  5. Screw that reviewer Matt! You’re better than tolerable. You’re super-tolerable.

    I’m looking forward to Snyder’s run on Batman. It sounds like a great book.

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