Tuesday, May 26, 2020

POP!

Here comes another podcast interview, this one with Sal Crivelli of Comic Pop/The Elseworlds Exchange.  We start with discussions of Superman: Red Son and Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons and then wander down a variety of other, interesting roads.

Monday, May 25, 2020

TAKING THE INITIATIVE

On June 4th I'll be doing a live Q & A chat to benefit the fine folks at the Hero Initiative, who do so much to help comics creators in need.  The chat is limited to only five people, so if you're interested, sign up ASAP.  Click here for more info. 


Wednesday, May 13, 2020

BALLOON RIDE

One of the oldest, and best, comic book podcasts out there is John Siuntres's Word Balloon.  I spoke to John recently about animation, comics, old time radio and other things.  The audio version is below... 

Listen to "The Animated Life Of J.M. DeMatteis Superman Red Son Deathstroke Death Adam Strange and More" on Spreaker.

...and here's the video version.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

REMEMBERING PASKO

So very sorry to hear that Marty Pasko has passed away. Aside from his considerable accomplishments in comics, Marty was a very successful, and very gifted, TV writer for (among others) Roseanne and the 80s incarnation of the Twilight Zone. (He was also one of the writers of the classic Batman animated film, Mask of the Phantasm.)

I sold my very first script to the 80s Zone and it was Marty, along with his then-partner Rebecca Parr, who did the excellent rewrite on my script.

I didn't know Marty well, but he was part of our weird, wonderful extended comic book family. All of us in this business are connected, through our work, our mutual friends, our shared passion for the tales of wonder that helped shape our lives.

God bless you, Marty. Requiescat in pace
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Saturday, May 2, 2020

A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN

Just came across this video of a JLI panel I did with the lovely and talented Keith Giffen at last year's Heroes Con.  The sound gets wonky in spots, but it's a nice overview of our run.

Monday, April 27, 2020

MORE MAINFRAME

This weekend's Mainframe Comic Con was a success, raising money for charity and offering interviews with a great group of people from across the pop culture spectrum.  You can find my interview at the two hour, nine minute mark in the video below (I was interviewed by Robert Meyer Burnett, co-writer and director of the William Shatner classic Free Enterprise); but stick around and watch 'em all.

You can see the entire Con at this link.  Enjoy!


Thursday, April 9, 2020

MAINFRAMING

On April 25th and 26th, I'll be participating in the online Mainframe Comic Con, which will benefit the Hero Initiative, the Red Cross and other charities.  Admission is free and there will be opportunities to contribute to these fine organizations.  Hop on over to their website for more details.

Safe stay, stay healthy!