iFanboy Video Podcast
Total Running Time: 52:08
This is the first installment of iFanboy’s
2009 San Diego Comic-Con coverage, and we’ve got more show than we can
contain this year!
Jimmy Palmiotti and Darwyn Cooke start us off this year in
their hotel room before we even made it to the con! They talk up their
upcoming collaboration on Jonah Hex #50, The Last Resort from IDW, and
Power Girl. Nothing bad is said about DC Comics.
Jamie S. Rich chats with Ron about his new noir graphic novel,
You Have Killed Me from Oni Press, as well as the upcoming series, Spell Checkers.
Then they share a moment over a certain vocalist.
The biggest indie hit we’ve seen in some time is Chew from
Image Comics. We’ve got writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory
talking about their breakout hit, about a cibopath, or a man who gets
psychic messages in the food he eats.
Longbox Digital Comics was on everyone’s lips, and we caught
the man behind it, Rantz Hoseley (who also won an Eisner for Comic Book
Tattoo), to tell us all about it, and share a special something with
Matt Sturges is one of the big up and comers at DC comics,
after years of co-writing Jack of Fables with Bill Willingham. After
collaborating on an arc of JSA, Sturges will break out on his own with
JSA All-Stars. We also check in on Fables and the non-stop Final Crisis
A San Diego show isn’t complete without a visit from fan
favorite writer, Robert Kirkman. We’re talking Image United, Haunt,
Invincible, Walking Dead, and Astounding Wolf-Man, and it might even
get a little off topic, in this mega-sized interview, complete with big
Make sure you come back next week for more SDCC coverage!
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