Wed, 25 February 2015
Great chance to talk with 2 TV writer producers who are at the top of live action television and animation. Both will be at Long Beach Comicon this weekend and have great insight on the current superhero explosion television is experiencing.
Writer- Exec Producer Marc Guggenheim talks about Arrow Flash. Given the success of both shows, it's no surprise that it was annouced this week that the characters Atom, Professor Stein and Black Canary are being devolped for their own future CW TV series. NOTE- This conversation took place before the announcement , but Marc did give insight about the success of introducing these new characters and in theory about expanding the DCU TV universe on The CW.
Animation writer exec producer Greg Weissman looks back at Gargoyles, Young Justice, Spectacular Spider-Man, his current work with Star Wars Rebels, and the realities behind producing comic book/toy adaptaions for kids television.
Sat, 21 February 2015
Kelly Sue DeConnick On Bitch Planet Pretty Deadly Marvel & More - Art & Franco's Comic Empire keeps growing
Kelly Sue DeConnick talks about her Image books Bitch Planet and Pretty Deadly Her Marvel work and Women In Comics . Art & Franco talk about the Itty Bitty Universe Tiny Titans DC Super Pets Franco's Dino Mike book series and more !
Fri, 13 February 2015
First up, Scribd is a service like Netflix, that allows monthly subscribers to borrow unlimited e-books, audio and now comics. The company has made deals with publishers like Marvel IDW Top Shelf BOOM! and Archie making over 10,000 graphic novel collections available to read on any phone or device. VP of Editorial and Marketing Julie Haddon joins us to explain the service.
Then Matt Brady the co-founder and former editor of Newsarama comes by . Matt has a new BOOM!Studios comic out in March The Big Con Job, co-written with Jimmy Palmiotti. We talk about the book (think Ocean's 11 meets Galaxy Quest) . Then we get into an indepth look at the history of the comic newsblog Newsarama from it's beginnings to the point in 2009 when Matt stepped away from comics journailism. A lot has changed with publishers and media companies involvement in the 5 plus years Matt's been away from the beat and he has thoughts and observations on DC Marvel and the ability to cover news now comapred to his 20 years doing it. (41:28- End Of Show)