We’re having a pizza party at the Midtown Comics Podcast! Midtown Comics crew Ted, Andrew, and Sam along with co-host and customer Gavin chat with Kill Shakespeare writer Anthony Del Col about the Kill Shakespeare universe and the projects it has spawned, including an upcoming board game.  He talks about his new book Sherlock Holmes vs Harry Houdini.  Then, we pit him against the collected minds of the hosts in a game of trivia about the characters he writes about.  He then talks about his love for boy bands, which turns into the birth of a brand new comic book idea.


Our top pics this week are discussed and a certain mutant in his last days is on the top of our reading pile.

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One is the most well known fictional detective of all time. The other is a mysterious escape artist with a background in magic. What do these two have in common? Find out in Dynamite’s new series Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini ,coming this October! In the meantime, Midtown Comics recently had the chance to interview writers Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery (Kill Shakespeare) on this new collaboration for Dynamite Entertainment.

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In our exclusive interview with Nancy A. Collins below, she reveals her history with the famous character from Dynamite Comics known as Vampirella, tells us a little bit about how she got started writing for the title, what some of her film and television inspiration is, and where she is taking this fascinating character next. Read on to find out more about the upcoming

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