I still have the Army of Darkness adaptation in hardcover. The John Bolton art is stunning. He also provided the art for an Evil Dead miniseries about 7 years ago. I don't remember much about it other than I bought it and read it. This was a pretty good podcast. I find all that creator rights stuff very interesting.
I also wanted to throw in that this was one of my favorite podcast episodes. I know it might be hard to emulate the impassioned nature of this debate on creator rights and the business of comics, but getting a creator's perspective on the realities of the industry in a long-form discussion is something I would regularly tune-in for.
I've mentioned this elsewhere, but I think Jim Zub from Skullkickers would make a great guest for this sort of content. The industry tutorials on his site jimzub.com are insightful, thought-provoking reads. Also Skullkickers is hilarious so I would imagine he would be an fun guest too.
This was one of the greatest Invincibly Super Massive Comic Book Podcast of Stuff I have listened. You should more like this kind off discussions. I love "Behind the business" talk. Good job on both of ya.
Dennis Calero sounds like a very intelligent guy...