A preview of our third issue is up now on Comicosity! Go check it out!

the-hero-dies:

Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective #3 is out on Wednesday April 16th. Copernicus gives it his seal of approval, but you can pick up a copy here and see for yourself.

One week from today, Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective #3 hits hard!
(Awesome art by Kevin Warren, beautiful letters by Dylan Todd)

One week from today, Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective #3 hits hard!

(Awesome art by Kevin Warren, beautiful letters by Dylan Todd)

Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective #3 is now available for pre-order on ComiXology!

Who is giving Copernicus the beating of is life in an alley behind a bar? And why is Copernicus just letting it happen? Just what has he got up his sleeve?

Matt is the guest on this week’s episode of the Comics Therapy podcast!

the-hero-dies:

HAPPY COPERNICUS JONES DAY! That’s right everyone, Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective #2 is out right now. Copernicus Jones is written by Matt D. Wilson, letters and design by Dylan Todd, and art by myself. Pick your copy up today from Comixology.com for only $0.99, and if you have yet to read issue 1, what are you waiting for?

Whaaaaaaat!

The full preview of issue 2, which goes on sale on Comixology tomorrow (even though CBR says it’s Saturday), is on CBR!

thehourcosmic:

Welcome to another installment of The Hour Cosmic, your favorite comics game show! This week, our guest is writer and podcaster Matt D. Wilson!

On this week’s show, among other things, we discuss:

  • Robosploitation vs. Robotsploitation!
  • The greatest criminal in all of comics!
  • The many Matts of our show!

Let’s meet our guests, shall we?

Matt Wilson is the writer of “Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective” for Monkeybrain Comics. He is also the man behind both “The Supervillain Handbook” and “The Supervillain Field Guide,” which he transcribes from chats with King Oblivion, PH.D. Matt is the co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast, co-hosted by former guest Chris Sims, as well as the “premium podcast,”Moviefighter.

You can find him on Twitter (@HighMindedMW), on Tumblr, and roaming the streets of Chicago.

For the full show notes, head on over to Multiversity Comics!

A pretty good interview, if I do say so myself.