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San Diego Comic-Con is over, but iFanboy's not done yet. In part two, we've more of the best in comics, like Scott Pilgrim's Bryan Lee O'Malley, John Cassaday, Paul Cornell, Jock and more!
There's too much San Diego Comic-Con to fit into just one episode, so this week, iFanboy continues to bring fans the best of Comic-Con and comics with the best creators we can get in front of a camera. If you're into Batman, Superman, Thanos, X-Men, GI Joe, or a certain 23 year old Canadian named Scott Pilgrim, we'll bring it to you.
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Every week, iFanboy talks comics. This video show brings you the world of comic books through the eyes of iFanboy hosts Josh, Ron, and Conor. Whether you want to see what's going on at some of the biggest comic book conventions, or you're not sure what comics you should be reading, iFanboy covers a new topic every week, with passion, honesty, and, if all goes well, some laughs too. Whether it's talking about comics from the living room, or going out and meeting big names at conventions and signings, iFanboy will bring you something fun every week. Watch iFanboy for graphic novel and trade paperback recommendations, reviews of comics from Marvel, DC, Image, and Indie publishers, and sometimes we even give dating advice. So far, we've talked to Grant Morrison, Robert Kirkman, Dan DiDio, Brian K. Vaughan, Peter David, Joe Casey, Greg Rucka, Paul Dini, Joss Whedon, and others. And we're just getting started. New episodes every Saturday!
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For the first time ever on iFanboy, we have a quick chat with Eisner winning artist, John Cassaday.
The co-writers of the cosmic Marvel universe, Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning talk to us about the state of Guardians and Nova, and the Thanos Imperative, as well as upcoming projects like Rocket Raccoon and Groot, and an Iron Man/Thor book.
Jimmy Palmiotti teamed up with artist Paul Gulacy to create Radical's Time Bomb. They tell us all about the new book, and discussing mowing down fictional Nazis. We also delve into the possibility that Jimmy's writing partner Justin Gray, might be a fallacy.
Josh gets a chance to talk with his favorite artist, Jock about his work on the Losers, and the film adaptation, as well as his great run on Detective Comics with Greg Rucka, and his work with Jamie Delano on Hellblazer: Pandemonium. The interview was shot before it was announced that Jock would be the regular artist on Detective Comics going forward.
It's hardly a convention show without talking to Rick Remender. This time, he's got the end of Fear Agent on tap, and then he and Ron go on and on about Uncanny X-Force, Deadpool, Fantomex, and Wolverine.
Mike Costa is part of the team behind the stellar G.I. Joe: Cobra book breaking all the rules at IDW. He also helms the Transformers, and writes Transformers: Ironhide. He talks about working on these two venerable institutions of childhood, and making them into comics for big people.
Paul Cornell has hit DC Comics in a big way, writing Action Comics, focusing on the venerable Lex Luthor, as well as writing the Grant Morrison Batman spin-off, Knight and Squire (Oh, it's gonna be BRITISH). If that wasn't enough, he's working with Stan Lee and BOOM! on the new series, Soldier Zero. It's a good time for Paul.
Even though he got huge, he's not too huge for us. We talk to Bryan Lee O'Malley just as Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour hits shelves, and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World hits theaters. He clues us in to something most people don't know about Edgar Wright, and invites Ron over for some gaming.