iFanboy Video Podcast
iFanboy is back on the road doing what they do best, talking to the best comic creators at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. This year, there's no shortage of fantastic writers and artists at what is always a wonderful show for comic book lovers. We've got Brian Michael Bendis, J.H. Williams III, Peter J. Tomasi, Jeff Lemire, Jim Rugg, and Tim Seeley on camera, sharing their genius.
J.H. Williams III and Jeff Lemire
Artist of the one of the most beloved books of the last year, J.H. Williams III talks to Conor about his breakthrough work on Detective Comics with Greg Rucka, and the uncertain future of Batwoman, and some upcoming work on Jonah Hex, among other things.
Jeff Lemire's star continues to rise, and he talks about Olympic hockey, getting into the groove on his first real monthly series, Vertigo's Sweet Tooth, all while working on a new project for Top Shelf.
Jim Rugg and Peter J. Tomasi
Jim Rugg, artist on iFanboy's March Book of the Month Afrodisiac, talks about that incredible work of comic book blaxploitation, from creation to production, as well as his work on the Dark Horse series, The Guild, with Felicia Day.
Green Lantern has never been bigger, and writer Peter J. Tomasi is standing at the wheel, right next to Geoff Johns, helming Green Lantern Corps through Blackest Night, as well as Emerald Warriors, coming soon. Additionally, Tomasi co-wrote an iFanboy favorite, The Mighty this past year, and he talks about its inception and the reaction.
Tim Seeley and Brian Michael Bendis
Tim Seeley tells us about his cult hit, Hack/Slash, and the move to Image Comics from Devil's Due Publishing, as well as his artwork over on Wildstorm's Wildcats.
Brian Michael Bendis talks about the Siege, and everything Avengers, from the past, to the upcoming stories working with John Romita Jr. and Alan Davis, as well as continuing work with Stuart Immonen. Matt Fraction stops in for a brief, surprise visit, before stealing Bendis away.
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