Read, Watch, Play! is back this week with another one of our special episodes! Who doesn't love special extra content?

With the Sydney Opera House's annual GRAPHIC festival on last weekend, Christof and I managed to grab an interview with the comic creator behind Multiple Warheads, King City and Prophet, Brandon Graham.

The phrase 'nicest guy in comics' gets thrown around a lot, but you really would be hard pressed to find a creator more generous, open and personable than Brandon. He kindly gave up a few hours of his short stay in Sydney to chat about his time as a graffiti artist, his art and of course his comics.

For those of you not familiar with his work, Brandon is known for his intricate urban environments, love of puns and drawing some of the roundest butts in comics. Recently he has been responsible for writing (and sometimes drawing) the reboot of Rob Liefeld's Prophet as well as editing and curating Island Magazine both from Image Comics.

A big thanks to Brandon for talking time out for an interview and making two dorks from Sydney very happy!

We also have a competition to win a Tote Bag designed by Brandon Graham for the Lucca Comics and Games 2016 Festival.

To enter listen to the podcast and then answer the following question: "In the podcast Brandon mentions a Comic Creator who helped him start work at Tokyopop. Which creator was this?". Once you know the answer email it here and you will be in the running for the bag! The competition is open till the 18th of November. 

If you want to check out more of Brandon's work follow the links below:
Twitter -
Wordpress -
Image Comics -

As always it would make our day if you could take a couple of minutes to rate and review us on iTunes or drop us some feedback below. Really keen to have your input in the show and any specials we do.

Well that's all from us for now. Until next time, enjoy the interview!

- Billy

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