Ben Blacker (Deadpool v Gambit; The Thrilling Adventure Hour) and Heath Corson (Kings Quest; Scream) talk about the God of Thunder with Ashley Miller (X-Men: First Class), who co-wrote the first Thor film, and Julie Benson (Batgirl and the Birds of Prey; The 100).
Comic book writer/creator of Fatale, Criminal, Captain America, and more, Ed Brubaker. Topics discussed include the “rules of comic book writing,” the state of Marvel and DC and its creators, film adaptations of comics, and Ed's TV pitches. Recorded June 22, 2012.
An in-depth chat with the creators of Ben 10 and Generator Rex and the developers of Ultimate Spider-Man and the upcoming Avengers Assemble cartoons. Also accomplished comic book writers and artists, Man of Action is Steven T. Seagle, Duncan Rouleau, and Joe Casey (and Joe Kelly, who unfortunately could not join). Recorded November 4, 2012.
Jason Inman (DC All Access, Geek History Lesson) and Ashley V. Robinson (The Red Shirt Diaries, Geek History Lesson) join forces with Heath Corson (Scream, King's Quest) for a spirited full-contact bloody gameshow/debate about all the zeitgeisty madness that is Harley Quinn, that (like Harley herself) swiftly descends into violence. Featuring a guest appearance by Deadpool... Man, I WISH I was kidding about that. Recorded live at the PHCC in Phoenix. Today's theme is "Crazy" by Patsy Cline.
The Eisner-winning author and illustrator discusses his latest book, The Sculptor, as well his seminal illustrated academic work, Understanding Comics, writing honestly, digging deep emotionally, overcoming fears, superheroes, and more.
Recorded at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 10, 2016.
Ben Blacker (Deadpool v Gambit) and Heath Corson (Bizarro) are joined by Ashley Miller (X-Men: First Class; Thor) and Julie Benson (Batgirl and the Birds of Prey) to answer your questions about naming characters, heroes who kill, some of their biggest professional disappointments, and getting mf'd by Aqua-fans.
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The Eisner-award winning writer Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Daredevil, Irredeemable) and artist Veronica Fish (Silk, Challenger) talk about how the Archie relaunch came about, breaking the fourth wall, drawing Jughead's crownt and just when we might see an appearance from Pureheart the Powerful. Recorded live in Chicago at C2E2. Today’s theme is (what else?) "Sugar, Sugar" by The Archies.