This week, you’ll hear my interviews with many terrific DC Comics creators, all of which took place at this year’s New York Comic Con from October 6 through 9! You’ll hear my chat with Shea Fontana from DC Super Hero Girls followed by my interview with Superwoman creator Phil Jimenez. After that is Tom King from Batman, then Joshua Williamson returns to discuss The Flash. Next up Robert Venditti is back on this podcast, this time talking about Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corp, followed by John Semper Jr., scripter for Cyborg. Then everything concludes with my talk with MAD Magazine Editor John Ficarra, who talks about some interesting directions the magazine is doing in. Again, special thanks to Charlotte Sandler from BH Impact and the folks at DC Comics’ publicity! You’ll find the sequence and times you can hear each interview during the podcast below:
- Shea Fontana, DC Super Hero Girls 1:24
- Phil Jiminez, Superwoman 10:08
- Tom King, Batman 18:45
- Joshua Williamson, The Flash 28:19
- Robert Venditti, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps 39:23
- John Semper, Jr., Cyborg 49:20
- John Ficarra, MAD Magazine 59:22
The Backroom team talk about MAD Magazine, preview Kevin’s wrestling adventures, and take a super vocabulary quiz.
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The Backroom Comics team begin their coverage of Emerald City ComiCon by interviewing Sergio Aragones (Groo), Thomas Hall & Daniel Bradford (Robot 13 & KING!), and Chris Roberson (Superman & I Zombie).
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So the Duke and I recorded this kick-ass review episode last week spotlighting a bunch of new comics like Haunt, Spider Woman, Planetary, etc. We even had this great conversation about The Walking Dead, the conclusion to the ‘Fear The Hunters’ storyline and whether I was going to continue collecting the series.
Shortly after we recorded that episode, I accidentally recorded another episode, this special episode, right over it.
For the story behind “Ricky’s Comics”, you’ll have to listen, but if you want to see some of what was in said collection, click here.
(Oh, in case you’re wondering, I’m done with The Walking Dead.)
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