iFanboy Video Podcast
On this anthology episode of iFanboy, we start at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco as Ron chats with some indie creators. First up is Ed Luce, the creator of Wuvable Oaf who’s taken to a creative way to offer his comics to readers. After that, Ron chats with Katie Longua, the winner of the Isotope Comics Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics for her work on Rok. And finally, Ron catches up with the creative masterminds behind Reed Gunther from Image Comics, Shane and Chris Houghton.
Next, staff writer and mixologist Paul F. Montgomery digs up an old LP from 1978 featuring The Amazing Spider-Man and Friends. Spidey squares off with the Man-Wolf! Captain America and Falcon face a shadow from Cap’s distant past! Do these adaptations of classic stories from 70s Marvel stand the test of time?
Finally, Josh has been thinking about lettering. Specifically sound effects and other non dialogue lettering and ponders if hand drawn letters are superior to digital lettering. After flipping through Walt Simonson’s Thor: Artist’s Edition, it’s hard to argue with him.
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