The Bleed Episode 2.13 – Reading Southern Bastards With Brian Buccellato

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt and Samuel Morse

The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion.

Sam isn't here. Who gives a shit? LET'S TALK COMICS! (Viscardi: DO NOT SUE, plz)

Brian Buccellato joins us for the program and you will realize why people call him 'BOOCH' in the first 30 seconds.

We talk about deadlines, crowd funding, tweeting responsibly, controversy, COLORING!, comics vs. movies, and of course, BATMAN. Actually, we don't really talk about Batman. But we do talk about a bunch of other cool stuff, INCLUDING his bad ass new comic from Image, Sons of the Devil with art by Toni Infante.

What else? WHAT ELSE. Look at yourself, spoiled rotten and begging for more! Well, you're in luck because we also discuss (as always) our PICK OF THE WEEK! This episode, we're talking Jason Aaron and Jason Latour's Southern Bastards.

Forward all jury summons to @woeisjoe and @theBleedPodcast and make sure you add us to your scrapbooking email list,!

You can download us if you're on the go here, and iTunes users can subscribe to the podcast.

Next week we will be joined by friends old and new. Amazing cosplayer Sara Moni joins the podcast, and she is joined by our old friend Anwar Newton, stand-up comedian and viral sensation (of "OH MY GOD I'M SHROOMING MY BALLS OFF AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON" fame).

View the Sons of the Devil short film on Vimeo

Purchase Southern Bastards from Image Comics

Theme Song: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Hannah Means ShannonAbout Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.
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