Wednesday, April 25, 2007
The conversation continues, as the DC writer answers more fan questions about his characters and stories . You'll learn more about "52", passing the hero mantle of THE QUESTION, film news on WHITEOUT, and why isn't DC considering a new LOIS LANE book?
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
The Bear sits down with host John Siuntres and takes questions from fans, regarding his works. In this first part of the Rucka Debrief , you'll get writing tips from greg, information about the upcomming Checkmate/Outsiders Crossover from DC comics , details on the future plans for greg's British spy series from Oni Press Queen and Country, and upcoming Rucka novels... You'll hear Greg's thoughts on what should and shouldn't be done with Wonder Woman,and more on the wrap up of DC's weekly series "52", and the consequences of "World War 3". NOTE: This conversation took place in late March, before DC announced the new plan of Gail Simone taking over Wonder Woman, and Greg's comments should not reflect on Gail's plans for the Amazon Hero.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Marvel writer Matt fraction checks in with comments on his new issue of Punisher War Journal.Frank Castle has seemingly picked up the mantle of Capt America, and will carry on the tradition as he sees it. Matt tells us what it all means, plus we'll look at his work on the Immortal Iron Fist co written by Ed Brubaker, and his all new Marvel super-team series The Champions, debuting this summer. We'll also talk about the pending return of Cassanova, Matt's whacked out super-spy series from Image, and we'll talk about some new and old movies and tv shows that have Fraction's brain buzzing.
Friday, April 06, 2007
Spider-Man 3 is less than a month away, so Wordballoon host John Siuntres checks in with Venom's creator. David tells us what it was like to enter the business working for the legendary Joe Orlando, and creating such memorable characters as Venom, Carnage, Jim Rhodes, and Claw the Unconquered. We cover his runs on The Unknown Soldier, The Avengers, His Spider-Man and Superman years, and talk about his legendary runs on Iron Man with Bob Layton, including the seminal story "Demon In a Bottle". Plus, could an Iron Man: The End be in the works for Layton & Michelinie? David has details.