iFanboy Video Podcast
The city is windy, and the comics are everywhere. Ron and Conor talk to the best creators in comics in this first part of iFanboy's C2E2 coverage. Big names are all over, as we talk to Geoff Johns, Jonathan Hickman, Dan DiDio, JT Krul, Skottie Young, Cliff Chiang, Art Baltazar, and Jill Thompson. Come back for even more next week!
Jonathan Hickman is a rising star at Marvel comics, writing the flagship Fantastic Four, and the new series, SHIELD. Plus he teases his new creator owned series, Plus!
Dan DiDio is now the co-publisher of DC Comics, and he tells us about what's coming up with DC, like Brightest Day and Generation Lost, as well as what the company plans in the big picture.
Threadless Comic T-Shirt Project with Jill Thompson, Art Baltazar, and Cliff Chiang
Threadless, who you know for all those t-shirt, announces a special new project, curated by Jill Thompson, where a comic book story is being told across 4 specific t-shirts, produced by comic talents like Thompson, Art Baltazar, Cliff Chiang, and Tony Moore.
Writer JT Krul talks about his upcoming plans in the DC Universe, like those of Green Arrow, going in a whole new direction.
You'll have to search hard for an artist in comics with a more unique style who loves his job more than Skottie Young. Skottie talks about his work on the Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the Marvelous Land of Oz for Marvel, and his amazing covers.
Geoff Johns is the toast of DC Comics, as well as the new Chief Creative Officer for the company. In the aftermath of Blackest Night, Geoff is focusing on Brightest Day and the world of Barry Allen in The Flash.
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