It’s time to delve into the history of Comic Book Movies again! Today, we visit 2002 in part 8 of our series on this topic!
Listen to the conversation as Ken talks with Heather Antos, editor at Valiant Entertainment, known a creator of the character “Gwenpool!” This interview was conducted from his secret (somewhat echo-y) submarine lair, but the transmission from Heather comes through loud and clear.
In the second part of our coverage for Indy PopCon, we get the opportunity to sit down with a fantastic comic artist, Stuart Sayger, who (at this time) is working on covers for the KISS comic for Dynamite Press.
This week, we talk with Markisan Naso, creator of what is likely the only sci-fi culinary comic! Talk about food for thought!
Join your hosts as we review the final installment of the FOX Studios X-Men movie series! Laugh along as we misread our notes and mispronounce names.
This Friday we have a fun conversation with the fantastic Jim Terry, comic book artist! You may recognize his work from The Crow: Skinning the Wolves.
We have a interview with the wonderful Jon Parrish, author of Mega Centurions! Find out what this comic creator has going on!
Part 7 of our History of Comic-book-based movies. We resume in the year 2000–Far in the future, if you’re Stanley Kubrick–and we continue through 2001! What an Odyssey!
This episode is an interview with writer and all around fun comic booky person Emily Riesbeck! Get an inside perspective on creating some great new stories!
The Pudding Guys and special guest reviewer Delvin Cox (The Delvin Cox Experience) present an epic review for an epic movie–Avengers: Endgame!
Special guest reviewer Delvin Cox joins our discussion as we take on Shazam!
It’s time for the 6th segment of our journey through comic book based movie history! This episode we cover a range of films from 1997-1999.
The second and final part of our Wizard World Cleveland coverage is here! Included in this episode: an interview with Alaina Huffman and the five-member Smallville panel!
In the previous installment I went over the basics of what Wizard World Cleveland was and what it offered. In this entry, I want to illuminate more what the experience was like. Most of this is tied to the convention itself, but some is tied to its location and the accommodations.
In this episode we review Marvel’s Captain . . . Marvel. Was it something to “Carol” about, or were we out of our “Skrulls” for watching? That’s right! Two really bad puns for the price of none! That’s value if I’ve ever heard of it!
In our first bonus episode we bring you part 1 of our Wizard World Cleveland coverage! Contained within are interviews with John Glover, Thomas Nicholas and a special ‘behind the scenes’ insight from Jerry Milani.
We continue our trek through the history of comic based movies in part 5 of this series!
Our first entry in this blog dealt with a slightly smaller convention. For those feeling the need for something a little bit larger, you might consider sinking your teeth into Wizard World Cleveland! It is important to note that the description herein is only for the Cleveland event as Wizard World has several events in different cities. Also, this is for 2019 only. Conventions change over time, so what is true this year may not be true the next, but I am sure you all already knew that!
It was a nasty Saturday morning. Normally, I would have preferred to bundle up in the covers and forget that the rest of the world even existed. This Saturday, however, I had in my sights a potential treasure trove of comics and comic related fun!
We bring you our report from NWI Comic Con during which we have a chance to speak a bit with the creator of the comic Hack/Slash – Tim Seeley!