Hosted by Nathaniel MacDonald and Danny Djeljosevic and supported by various jokers and guests, Comics You Can Dance To is devoted to discussing cool comics, pop culture nonsense and hopefully introducing you to some awesome music along the way.

Comics You Can Dance To returns with an interview between Jason Sacks and Dave Elliott. Elliott talks about his experience in the industry, launching comics, and his upcoming comics from Titan: Weirding Willows and Odyssey.

Listen at the player thingie below, or download the podcast here.



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Comics You Can Drink To:

  • We invented a drinking came for the podcast! MAD PROPS to Niel Jacoby for coming up with the best possible name for it.
  • If you need to be drunk to listen to us (hey, I'm not judging), Nate or Danny forgets the name of something.
  • Danny promises to lend Nate a copy of something Nate hasn't read.
  • There's an interminable lull, followed by awkward laughter.
  • Nate and Danny get distracted by something happening outside.
  • Someone refers to another podcast.Danny cannot describe why he likes a comic.
  • Danny spells out his name in a singsong fashion.
  • Nate and/or Danny address Andrew Tan.
  • Nate says "Time for a song."

Finish your drink:

  • Whenever Nate and Danny do the time paradox joke and bring attention to the fact that they record the podcast out of order


Show Notes:

  • Natasha Allegri's (creator of the Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake comic) wonderful tumblr.
  • Mouse Guard RPG should you want to gift this to someone special.
  • Dave Elliott's wonderful deviantART page.
  • Andrew Tan posted this podcast so it's his fault if anything looks weird.



Music for Comics You Can Dance To is curated by Notable Beast.

The theme song is Chnam oun Dop-Pram Muy (I'm 16)" by Ros Sereysothea.

As for the rest… click on the links to check out the artists and/or full versions of the songs.


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About The Author


Andrew Tan is a writer for Comics Bulletin