Celebrating the Mignolaverse with Rob Williams and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell
We chat with the two comic book creators about their new Mignolaverse projects and why this universe is like no other.
This week, comic creators Rob Williams and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell join us to discuss their new contributions to The Mignolaverse, The Sword of Hyperborea and Falconspeare. They're both incredible comics, totally different from each other, but they absolutely belong together within Mike Mignola's apocalyptic landscape.
The Mignolaverse commands a very special corner within the Love Nest. Mike Mignola's Hellboy comics were the first comics Brad ever put into Lisa's hands. It was an insane, and maybe foolish, risk - what if she didn't love them? Thankfully, she said yes...they are the greatest comics ever, and their relationship continued.
It was only a matter of time before these stories were celebrated on Comic Book Couples Counseling, and we're thrilled to have this party with Rob Williams and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell in attendance. And we get the impression that they're just as thrilled to be celebrating Mike Mignola as we are.
The Sword of Hyperborea is out now from Dark Horse Comics, and Falconspeare will hit shelves on 1/25. While you wait, however, what don't you nab Johnson-Cadwell's Mr. Higgins Comes Home and Our Encounters With Evil.
If you need further convincing, read Lisa's glowing Falconspeare review over on Comics Bookcase.
And, don't forget to check out our previous conversation with Rob Williams, talking about Judge Dredd: End of Days.
Be sure to find Rob on Twitter HERE, Instagram HERE, and visit his official website HERE. And you can do the same thing for Warwick Johnson-Cadwell by smashing follow on his Twitter HERE and Instagram HERE.
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