Comic News Insider Episode 883 – SDCC: The 2000 AD Thrill-Hour Panel w/ Dave Gibbons/Liana Kangas/Katy Rex/Paul Cornell/Graeme McMillan/Michael Molcher/Jimmy Aquino!

Comic News Insider: Episode 883 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Jimmy was on the The 2000 AD Thrill-Hour Panel with Dave Gibbons (Rogue Trooper/Watchmen), Liana Kangas (2000 AD Sci-Fi Special), Katy Rex (2000 AD Sci-Fi Special), Paul Cornell (Wolverine/Knight & Squire), Graeme McMillan (The Hollywood Reporter), and Michael Molcher (2000 AD PR Coordinator)!! They chatted about the upcoming Rogue Trooper film, how 2000 AD can make it in the U.S., the Mega-City One TV series and more!  And this concludes all of our massive SDCC coverage!! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Arc Reactions – 107 – Judge Dredd: Tour of Duty

We cover Judge Dredd: Tour of Duty for our second episode of Follow Up Fall in 2018. We head back out to the Cursed Earth and join Judge Dredd in his  new assignment. We talk about the villain, the setting, and the social commentary of this story.

Bad Things
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The story with the mutant that exudes pheremones to control men (2:28)

Good Things
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Mayor Byron Ambrose/PJ Maybe (12:11)

Dredd and Rico teaming up (20:56)

Setting (23:59)

Mutant/Human relations alegory (29:53)

 

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Arc Reactions – 44 – Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth
Arc Reactions – 29 – Punisher: Welcome Back Frank
Arc Reactions – 85 – V For Vendetta
Arc Reactions – 70 – Kaijumax

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Deconstructing Comics #566: David Roach

This time, Koom travels to Cardiff, Wales, to talk to David Roach, an artist who’s done work for 2000 AD, Dark Horse, and DC, and is currently working on Dr. Who Magazine in the UK. He’s also a comics archivist and historian, and has written several books about Warren Comics artists of the ‘70s, and one about great British comics creators. He tells Koom what inspired him to be an artist and how he broke into comics, and whether living the dream has lived up to the hype.

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Deconstructing Comics #504: Kawai Shen: The Internet in comics, tabling for introverts, and more

Kawai ShenOn the Cute Juice Comics blog, Kawai Shen recently wrote a post about problems with representing the Internet in comics and other media. On this week’s show she talks with Tim about the Net in comics, this year’s TCAF, convention tabling for introverts, following up on convention contacts, the Dirty Diamonds anthology, and Canadian government grants for artists… even comics artists!

PLUS: Simon Fraser, co-creator of the Nikolai Dante series in 2000 A.D., talks about the Dare2Draw project, and the involvement of Mike Baron and Steve Rude’s Nexus in their proposed anthology.

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Ian Edginton

World Building with Ian

EdgintonFor this episode of The Comics Alternative Interviews, Derek and Andy W. talk with Ian Edginton, the creator (along with D’Israeli) behind the recently re-released Kingdom of the Wicked (Titan Comics). The guys talk with Ian about the contexts surrounding this new edition of the book, his working relationship with D’Israeli (AKA Matt Brooker), and the various changes that the Titan edition brings. They go on to ask Ian about his penchant for world building, clearly evident in Kingdom of the Wicked, but even more prominent in two of his most recent projects, the Vertigo series Hinterkind (along with Francesco Trifogli) and his 2000 AD saga with I.N.J. Culbard, Brass Sun. Ian also discusses the story behind his adaptation of H.G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds and his original “sequels” to that classic, Scarlet Traces and The Great Game; his Sherlock Holmes adaptations with I.N.J. Culbard; and his work on a variety of other titles including Doctor Who, Judge Dredd, and Terminator. There’s a lot packed into this interview, and the guys find Ian an extremely kind and forthcoming guest.

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Comic News Insider Episode 372 – The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival

Comic News Insider: Episode 372 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Archie #627, Kirby Genesis: Captain Victory #1, Theory Of Everything Pilot Season #1, THUNDER Agents Vol 4 #1

Jimmy is again joined in studio by Kevin Conn in an attempt to do a better and less rushed show than last week. Jimmy went to The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival and reports on what he saw/found. The boys talk about 2 recent online Star Wars themed videos (Elf Sabers and Cello Wars),  The Cabin in the Woods trailer, and Russell T. Davies temporary retirement, NASA finds Earth 2 and it’s Jimmy’s birthday on Friday, December 9th. News includes: X-Men vs. Avengers, Bendis leaving Avengers, Emily Carroll goes to print, Free Comic Book Day books announced, Red Cross concerned video games violate Geneva Conventions, Khan returns in Star Trek sequel, and Turf goes to film. As always, Listener Feedback, the Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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