Friday, October 12, 2012

NYCC Unconventional With Mark Millar Jonathan Hickman DC Veeps and Ron Salas

Download The MP3 On this episode of Word Balloon, we present an UN-conventonial collection of conversations revolving around subjects likely discussed at this weekend's New York Comic -Con. First Mark Millar tells us about his new gig as Creative Consultant for 20th Century Fox's future Marvel Films. We also talk about his books Super Crooks and The Secret Service. Next DC Vice Presidents John Cunningham and Bob Wayne talk about the September Direct Market numbers and presentations they'll be moderating at the NYCC. Then we listen in on another Marvel press conference featuring writer Jonathan Hickman Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso talking about Hickman's take over of the Marvel Now! titles Avengers and New Avengers . Hickman discusses the rosters and future plot subjects. Finally artist Ron Salas talks about his involvement in the upcoming anthology True Patriot featuring new superhero stories created by Canadian Comic creators . The book has a crowd funding drive happening at indiegogo . Time Code 00:00 - 42:55 Mark Millar On Film News Supper Crooks & The Secret Service 42:56 - 57:03 Bob Wayne John Cunningham DC Comics 57:04 - 137:57 Hickman Avengers Press Conference 137:58 - End Ron Salas on True Patriot


Joshua Yehl said...

Don't get me wrong, I love Mark, but I can't make out what he's saying between his accent and his not-so-great phone connection. Any chance for a transcript or at least a synopsis of what he's saying?

john j siuntres said...

I appreciate the frustration Joshua, but we tried very hard to get the best phone connection possible. Obviously Mark can't do anything about his accent.

It is what it is, and no transcription will be provided.

Yours is the only "complaint" I've received.

Joshua Yehl said...

I gave it some time and got used to it and then it wasn't so bad. Maybe I need to get my ears checked. I appreciate the response. =)

Also, I was on the Marvel press call with you today and I liked Cloud Atlas. Good but not brilliant. It didn't amount to more than the sum of its parts, but I liked the parts. Plus, gotta love Tom Hanks doing anything.