Dave Buesing Podcast Interview: The Comic Years Podcast
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The Comic Years Podcast: Dave Buesing Interview From Comic Book Herald

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BY September 24, 2021

We here at ComicYears.com love talking comic book content. It’s in the name. Especially when it comes to the actual comic book that most content these days comes from. Be it character origin descriptions or how the adaptations differ from their source material, comics are our thing. But there’s another guy for whom it’s more of a thing. And that’s Dave Buesing from ComicBookHerald.com. So, Roman Colombo and I sit down with the website founder and writer to discuss his love for comic books, how just how unique his site is. So check out this Dave Buesing podcast interview on this episode of the Comic Years Podcast. 

How Dave Services Comic Book Fans

Dave Buesing Podcast interview comics. Image via Marvel.

It’s kinda cool to talk to someone who is a success, not because he figured out to be famous, but because of wanting to provide a service. And make no mistake, what Dave does is absolutely provide a service to his fans. He founded ComicBookHerald.com for audiences who are new to comics, and want to find a place to start. And in today’s age of comic book content, Dave truly is king. So it was awesome to hear his mindset about how he started all of this. On this Dave Buesing podcast interview, we also get to pick his brain about the current state of comic book content, and how he feels about multiple versions of the same character running around in non-comic book media.

The Dave Buesing Podcast Interview

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On this episode of the Comic Years Podcast, ComicYears.com’s own comic book editor, Roman Columbo gets to pick Dave’s brain about the best way to read comics. The guys also discuss which comic reader app is the best way to consume comics. And I get to ask Dave about the age-old debate about comic books: single issues or trade paperbacks. And his answer is definitely insightful for anyone. This interview even inspired me to totally get back into my usual weekly and hardcover graphic novel buying habits.

So check out this episode of the Comic Years Podcast on your Apple Podcast or any of your favorite podcasting app. And if you enjoyed this discussion with Dave, subscribe and leave us a review and rating to help us get more awesome guests like him.

You can support Dave and his site over this Patreon account.

Featured image via Patrick Brown.


Shah Shahid is an entertainment writer, movie critic (so he thinks), host of the Split Screen Podcast (on Apple Podcasts & everywhere else) and filmy father on a mission to educate his girls on decades of film history. Armed with uncontrollable sarcasm and cautious optimism, Shah loves discussing film, television and comic book content until his wife’s eyes glaze over. So save her by engaging him on his own blog at BlankPageBeatdown.com or on Twitter @theshahshahid.

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