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, WA. This year, there's no shortage of fantastic writers and artists at what is quickly turning into one of the best comic book conventions in the United States.
One of the true independent sucess stories in comics, Ben Templesmith is one of the biggest stars in comics who doesn't work for either Marvel or DC Comics. Templesmith talks about his new hometown of Seattle, drawing in front of live audiences, and updates us on the status of Choker, Fell, and Wormwood.
A true rising star in the comic book world, Chris Samnee's art style has a retro flair that has him quickly moving up the ladder to bigger and bigger comics. Samnee talks about what made Thor: The Mighty Avenger so special, discusses joining the long line of great artists on Ultimate Spider-Man, and wonders if hitting the big time still means he has to clean his cat's litterbox.
Long time Image Comics writer Jay Farber is known for embracing the soap opera aspects of super hero comics in a series of fan favorite original super hero comics. Faerber previews his new crime book Near Death, and talks about the possibility of more Dynamo 5.
One of the most popular and mysterious artists in all of comics, Frank Quitely finally steps in front of the camera. Quitely talks about the new Flex Mentallo and We3 collections, looks back at Batman and Robin, and teases his latest collaboration with writer Grant Morrison, Multiversity.
A fan favorite for years seemingly destined to write cult classics, Jeff Parker has finally found the recognition he deserves with a pair of high profile books at Marvel Comics. Parker discusses writing Hulk and Thunderbolts, talks about his webcomic Bucko, and expains his hopes for the new X-Men: First Class collection.
Tune in next week for part two!
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