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Each week the Dollar Bin releases a new audio show featuring an organic and open discussion about our view of the comic industry. Our show topics include new releases, classic tales, famous and favorite creators, interaction with our community, and sharing our experiences from comic related events.
 
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Shawn Excited Shawn kicks things off talking about her trip to the Annual Borderlands Comics and Games sale! We’re back and we are kicking things off with Shawn talking about her trip to the annual Borderlands Comics and Games sale. She talks hanging out with J Chris Campbell and picking up a few comics along the way. Episode 00A: Shawn at Borderla…
 
Jim Rugg and Adam (Photo by Shawn) Since the day we met Jim Rugg at Heroes Aren't Hard to Find as part of the Afrodesiac tour, he has been a favorite of the Dollar Bin. It is funny to realize that over the last 8 or so years, this is the first Dollar Bin vs Jim Rugg interview. Sure, he has made appearances and has been reviewed and talked about in …
 
Pictured: Sheri Taylor, Jace Schirripa, Patrick Durham, Adam Daughhetee Recently, there was a signing at Richard's Comics and Collectables with writer and director of the Cross movie series, Patrick Durham with some of the local cast members, Sheri Taylor and Jace Schirropa. We discuss what goes into making a movie, specifically the sequel in his C…
 
Here comes another installment of our Year 10 - Interview series. She first entered the scene as the "Lovely Shawn Reynolds" but before you could flip the page she became Mrs. Shawn Daughhetee. Adam interviews his favorite wife about her career in comics and the important role the Dollar Bin played in shaping her life. Shawn opens up and tells rare…
 
Adam of the Dollar Bin interviews J Chris Campbell It could be claimed that J Chris Campbell is the non-direct Dollar Bin member most integral to the podcasts success and longevity. In this interview Adam and J Chris journey through the many years of J Chris' career in comics as well as his very close, healthy, and fruitful relationship with the Do…
 
J Chris Campbell interviews Adam of the Dollar Bin In the first of a series of Dollar Bin 10 year anniversary celebration interviews, J Chris Campbell turns the table on Adam and hijacks the interview to ask Adam questions about the Dollar Bin. They discuss the secret origin of the podcast as well as its mysterious future. Link to the first Dollar …
 
Last week on the Dollar Bin podcast, the feed was interrupted by a mysterious 1962 radio drama. This caused out listeners to miss out on a portion of our Halloween book recommendations. We have gathered the missing footage and return you to your regularly scheduled program. Runtime 32 minutes 40 seconds Episode 359: Halloween Special 2016 Lost Foot…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Dollar Bin. This week, to rev up for Halloween and Comicsfest, Adam, Shawn, and special guest Josh, discuss some of their favorite horror, scary, spooky comics that they are reading. Did someone say Comicsfest? We will be at Richard's Comics and Collectables helping out, along with many guest artists, including Dol…
 
After SPX 2016 day one Left to Right: Shawn Daughhetee, Jared Cullum, Rob Ullman Adam and Shawn survived another Small Press Expo (not that it was a challenge) and it was a great experience. In this episode of the Dollar Bin (we call it a review show, but it's not like a "this was good/this was bad review, it's more of a "going over things" type re…
 
Free chokings at HeroesCon As always, HeroesCon was a blast! Possibly the best HeroesCon ever. So much fun. There were friends, art, comics, and just a good good time. Don't take my word for it. Listen to what Adam, Shawn, Wes and Danny have to say about how awesome HeroesCon 2016 was. Runtime 1 hour 23 minutes 59 seconds Episode 356: Post HeroesCo…
 
Work in Progress Painting by Jared Cullum As always, HeroesCon was a blast! Possibly the best HeroesCon ever. So much fun. There were friends, art, comics, and just a good good time. Don't take my word for it. Listen to what Adam, Shawn, Wes and Danny have to say about how awesome HeroesCon 2016 was. And don't forget to check out Electric City Comi…
 
For the first time ever, the Dollar Bin attended Dragon Con, with a little help from their friends. Join Adam and Shawn as they continue to discuss their adventure through the strange trippy dimension of fantasy and cosplay. In this episode, we discuss Sunday and thank yous. What is that mention of Instagram (@DollarBinProductions)? Also, a contest…
 
For the first time ever, the Dollar Bin attended Dragon Con, with a little help from their friends. Join Adam and Shawn as they discuss their adventure through the strange trippy dimension of fantasy and cosplay. In this episode, we set the stage and discuss Saturday. What is that mention of Instagram (@DollarBinProductions) Also, a contest? Runtim…
 
Sanford Greene, Chris Sims and Chad Bowers, Megan Wilson South Carolina has a plethora of great comic book creators, including artists, colorists, writers, and more! Join moderator Adam Daughhetee of the Dollar Bin podcast and talented South Carolinians, Sanford Greene, Megan Wilson, Chad Bowers, and Chris Sims to discuss their art and comics. Runt…
 
Painting by Joe Everson Painting was declared dead in the early 19th Century, but it is still alive and breathing here at SC Comicon! Join John Hairston Jr., Chris Hamer, Joe Everson, and Mark Poole as they discuss their love of painting. Here's hoping moderator Shawn Daughhetee doesn't paint them into a corner! Runtime 58 minutes 58 seconds SC Com…
 
Credits from Ruse issue 1 It's been a while since our last post and they seem fewer and further in between, but when we post, we are making it count. Case in point, this week on the Dollar Bin, Joel and Adam bring you an interview with one of the principle founders of CrossGen Entertainment, for the first time in over ten years, Mark Alessi. In the…
 
Cover by Nathan Fox What makes a great cover stand out on the crowded comics’ shelves? Mental Floss columnist RICH BARRETT discusses this with FRANCIS MANAPUL (Flash), DAVE JOHNSON (Silk), JIM RUGG (Street Angel), TULA LOTAY (Supreme: Blue Rose) and NATHAN FOX (Captain Victory). Runtime 1 hour 1 minute 24 seconds HeroesCon 2015: Cover Design Panel…
 
Art by Matthew Roberts The Dollar Bin’s ADAM DAUGHHETEE discusses the challenges and influences involved with creating historically based comic stories with CHRIS SCHWEIZER (Crogan’s Adventures), ED PISKOR (Macedonia, The Beats) and MATTHEW ROBERTS (Manifest Destiny). Runtime 57 minutes 28 seconds HeroesCon 2015: Historical Comics Panel…
 
Left to Right: J Chris Campbell, Adam Daughhetee, Wes Brooks HeroesCon 2015 was a whirlwind! We can't believe it was only last weekend, June 19-21. Sit back and listen while Wes Brooks, J Chris Campbell, Adam Daughhetee, and Shawn Daughhetee take a stroll down memory lane and reminisce about their time at the convention. You will hear such interest…
 
Whether it is Watchmen, Maus, Batman, or Spider-Man all comics are a representation of the time of their creation. Join us as we consider how best to put comics in a historical context. In this discussion we will be focusing on how comics can give insight into history and vice-versa. Panelists include WILL ALLRED (University of Arkansas), TOM HEINT…
 
Program Cover designed by Micah Taylor, Owly by Andy Runton Recorded a week later and posted, well, now is our SC Comicon 2015 wrap-up. Join Wes Brooks, Brian, Shaka, Shawn, and Adam as they discuss the many highs and few lows of SC Comicon and the Saturday night Drink & Draw. Runtime 1 hour 17 minutes 54 seconds Episode 351: SC Comicon 2015 Wrap-U…
 
Art by Georges Jeanty Sci-Fi is a staple theme in comic books, yes, even superhero ones. Artists, Kelly Yates (Dr Who) and Georges Jeanty (Serenity), discuss their contributions to the Sci-Fi genre of comics in a panel that is out of this world. Moderated by Adam Daughhetee Runtime 43 minutes 3 seconds SC Comicon 2015: Art of Sci-fi…
 
Cover art by Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi You walk into your local comic shop and what do you see? Comic book covers everywhere. In a sea of images, it’s the comic book cover’s job to draw your attention. In this SC Comicon panel, cover artists Dave Dorman, Chris Brunner, and Sanford Greene give you the low down on what goes into designing the righ…
 
Ever wonder how people keep coming up with ideas for great board games year after year? Join board game creators, Richard Launius in a SC Comicon panel discussion about board games and get an answer to that question, “How do you do it?” Moderated by Josh Dean Runtime 1 hour 10 minutes 41 seconds SC Comicon 2015: Board Games…
 
I forgot to get a picture of the panel so here is a Howard the Duck cover that Megan Wilson colored that has been going around lately. Welcome to the SC Comicon 2015 panel on colorists. Roses are red. Violets are blue. Learn and appreciate the art of color with colorists, Laura Martin, Brian Reber, Rico Renzi, and Megan Wilson in this very colorful…
 
In this SC Comicon 2015 panel Golden Age artist, Allen Bellman was there before even Marvel, which at the time was Timely Comics. He was working on Captain America in the actual 1940’s. Join us in a discussion spotlighting Allen Bellman’s golden career in comics. Moderated by Adam Daughhetee Images by Indulge Images Runtime: 40 minutes 17 seconds S…
 
John Wesley Shipp and Brian Eison The career of John Wesley Shipp has spanned four decades, including the role of The Flash in the 90s television show, The Flash. He now performs on the current WB show, The Flash as Barry Allen’s dad, which is pretty cool. Join us for a discussion with Mr. Shipp about his achievements and his illustrious acting car…
 
Following up on our first part, Ask a Black Nerd Part 1, we bring you, part 2. In this episode, Terence, Ted, and Trevor answer your Facebook questions. What were their answers? There is only one way to find out. Just listen. Runtime 1 hour 7 minutes 12 seconds Episode 350: Ask a Black Nerd Part 2 Bonus Image: Click to view the National Trevor: The…
 
This week Adam and Shawn decided it was time well spent to help promote a couple of currently running Kickstarters by some close friends of the Dollar Bin. First up is Curls Studio who are promoting their Kickstarter for Curls: The Ultimate Book Collection, which is a collection of Carolyn Belefski's Curls comic strip. Next, we talk with Jason Horn…
 
Moderator Shawn Daughhetee talks with Robert Venditti (Green Lantern, Flash, X-O Manowar) and Van Jensen (Green Lantern Corps, Flash, Pinocchio Vampire Slayer) about their process of writing together on stories that tie into the larger continuity of the DCU. Runtime: 56 minutes 26 seconds Episode 347: SC Comicon 2014 Panel - Collaboration and Conti…
 
Art by Chris Brunner Artist Chris Brunner is very dear to the Dollar Bin podcast. He's been with us since the semi-early days and our first appearance at the Charlotte Minicon (It makes me really sad that I can't find this interview mp3, so if you have it can you send it to me?) where we had a fascinating discussion on the effectiveness of a lights…
 
Sorry for the crap picture. I'll do a better one when I get some time tomorrow. Recently Shawn and Adam attended Comicsfest at Richard's Comics and Collectables. Also in attendance for the day were J Chris Campbell, Duane Ballenger, Tracy Yardley, Van Jensen, Andy Runton, Gregbo Watson, and even for a little bit, Derek and Nikki Davis. They were do…
 
Continuing their annual SPX pick-up book review, Shawn and Adam talk about many more of the fantastic books they each picked up at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda Maryland. Reviewed creators include: Kate Lacour - sharkbrains.com Jensine Eckwell - jensineeckwall.com Lily Padula - lilypadula.com Melissa Mendes - mmmendes.com Katie Omberg - fancy-gr…
 
Once again the Dollar Bin traversed the states between to join the small press goodness congregation in Bethesda, MD at SPX (Small Press Expo 2014). While there, not only did they hang out with some great folks which will be covered later, they also, bought a lot of great books and such, half of which will be covered, here, in part one of the SPX 2…
 
Art by Jeremy Massie: http://massieisadeadbeat.blogspot.com/ Shawn and Adam visited two new to them conventions this summer, Rob-Con in Bristol, TN and the Charlotte Comicon at its new to them location in Charlotte, NC. Both conventions were a great time and in the process they picked up some interviews along the way with Neil Bramlette (Out of Ste…
 
Left to right: Duane Ballenger, Wes Brooks, J Chris Campbell Well, it's been a few weeks now since Monster Con 2014 wrapped up (with Richard's Comics, John and Iris, and Season of the Geek) , and even a few weeks since we (Wes Brooks and J Chris Campbell) recorded this wrap up show, but its gold. Gold. News since the recording: Monster Con has anno…
 
Finally, we have said all there is to say about HeroesCon...unless, of course, you have something to say too. If you do then drop us a line and maybe we'll throw together a part five, or maybe, a HeroesCon 2014 Wrap Up wrap up? Anyway, here's Adam, Micah, and Shawn. Runtime 55 minutes 52 seconds Episode 339: HeroesCon 2014 Warp Up Part 4…
 
Cosplay by Van Der Villain Cosplay This week we wrap up out HeroesCon 2014 discussion with Josh. But first, Adam and Shawn discuss their trip to Chapel Hill Comics for the Greatest Signing of All Time (Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli, Chris Pitzer) to celebrate the retirement of comic shop owner, Andrew Neal. Featured image: Van Der Villain Cosplay…
 
Seth Peagler and Winslow Drum This week Adam, Josh, and Shawn continue their marathon discussion of HeroesCon 2014. They cover mostly Art Auctions, but also attempt to put the finishing touches on Friday. Shawn talks about non comics things they she purchased, Josh talks more on his Adult Swim sketchbook and Adam talks his commissions. Runtime 1 ho…
 
With the increased spotlight on teaching controversial material in schools we thought it would be fun to discuss methods and approaches for teaching difficult comics and graphic novels. Planned topics include: racial stereotypes, violence, and sexuality. That being said, Parental Guidance is suggested as the conversation may steer toward mature con…
 
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