Interview with writer Steve Englehart. The man who brought back the Cap of the 50’s gives us an inside look at Marvel and his idea of who Captain America.
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History of Captain America Podcast by Talking Comics. We discuss Joe Simon, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Ed Brubaker and more!
Sign Up for the Carol Corps on This Week in Marvel NOW! with Kelly Sue DeConnick | News | Marvel.com
The writer talks about the evolution of Carol Danvers, new challenges, new settings and much more!
This week, the League celebrates Captain America: The Winter Soldier being number one at the box office, and number one in our hearts, with two classic Oddio Comic re-posts!
In the first Oddio, Nick Fury and his witty remarks take on Hydra, who unfortunately strip him and tie him down for some… torture. yeah, that’s it. In the second classic Oddio, the Red Skull forces Captain America to do his bidding for 24 hours. What evil will the Skull make Cap do? One can never know, but it does get Cap cheesed off!
The Gents talk Captain America: The Winter Soldier (at the swanky theater), the Mystery Science Theater falling-out, and, well, more Captain America, because it was that damn good.
Episode 19 – Changing with Ales Kot & Morgan Jeske!
by Chris Thompson
With Ales Kot & Morgan Jeske …
a bit late this time around, but it’s not entirely hopeless as Taylor and I take a deeper look at Dennis Hopeless’ two contributions to Marvel Now! Avengers Arena #1 and Cable & X-Force #1.
Taylor also chats with Ales Kot (Wild Children) and Morgan Jeske (Disappearing Town) about working together on their new mini-series Change from Image Comics. Plus we continue to enjoy our BrewDog Craft Beers with the rather potent Dogma.
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Ales Kot Twitter: @ales_kotAles Kot Tumblr: aleskot.tumblr.com
Morgan Jeske Twitter: @MorganJeskeMorgan Jeske Tumblr: morganjeske.tumblr.com
Listen to our previous interview with Ales Kot here: popculturehound.net/pch-podcast-episode-3-with-wild-childrens-ales-kot
And you can read the prequel plus the first eight pages of Change here: www.bleedingcool.com/2012/12/08/two-prequel-pages-for-ales-kots-change-1-and-not-in-the-comic
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Episode 34 – Basking In The Glory of Joe Keatinge!
by Chris Thompson
With Joe Keatinge …
It’s one of the saddest and most poignant episodes so far as Taylor & I say farewell to Joe Keatinge, Ross Campbell & Owen Gieni’s Glory with issue 34 from Image Comics. But it’s not all sadness and misery, as there’s also a new beginning for Mike Mignola, Scott Allie & Sebastian Fiumara‘s Abe Sapien with an ongoing issue 1 from Dark Horse Comics.
Plus we have an exclusive chat with Joe Keatinge about the end of Glory. Was it an untimely demise or did things go exactly as planned? Joe & I also look back at how he got to this point, what the future holds, the status of Hell Yeah, and the appeal of wrestling. It’s a great insight into an exciting writer with a clear idea of who he is and where he’s going.
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Chris Thompson Twitter: @popculturehoundTaylor Lilley Twitter: @capelessTOrbital Comics’ website: www.orbitalcomics.com
Joe Keatinge’s Twitter: @joekeatingeJoe Keatinge’s website: joekeatinge.tumblr.com
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The Flaming Lips frontman gets into the process of writing his own comic, almost working for Marvel and much more!
I was lucky enough to sit down with two thirds of the Marvel App founders, Murat Mutlu and Brendan Moore (unfortunately the third founder, Jonathan Siao, lives on a beach in Mauritius) . They told me the story of how their partnership came to be (spoiler: it started with a GIF), what the London startup / investor scene is like, and how they create Marvel App in such an agile, fast-paced manner. A super-interesting chat with the guys, it gives a great insight into life as a startup designer, developer, and company founder.
On Marvel App as a product
Marvel is genuinely a world class tool built by guys that know that space intimately. What they’ve built enables iteration of design faster and more seamlessly than any alternative. The entire user experience, from interface through to the clever Dropbox integration, to the lightning-quick framework it is built on, shows that this team knows exactly how to make a fantastic product for the exact people intended to use it. I recommend everyone listens to their story and then immediately jumps into Marvel App to give it a go. From the sneak peak I got of forthcoming updates, Marvel is certainly something to get involved with.
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