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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Episode 52

In this episode we interview upcoming Daredevil penciller, Michael Lark. He gives us the gist on the plans for Daredevil, as well as how long we can expect to see his art grace the pages.

Episode 52 on MP3


Show Notes

Starring: Bryan, Kevin, Jamie & Peter

Other comics by Michael Lark: Terminal City, Terminal City Aerial Graffitti, Scene of the Crime, JSA: All-Star #7, Batman: Nine Lives, Gotham Central, What If Karen Page had Lived?, Pulse, Captain America

Stump the Rios by Chris Seifert, Peter gets 0 out of 3.

Special Event The challenge put out by Brian Miller of Hi-Fi Design has been met pushing Bryan's MS 150 Bike Ride Fundraising total over the $1000 mark!!!

8 Comments:

  • Is the forum down? I can't get on.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:49 PM  

  • Forum is down, lets post here. Topic: how long is Daredevil's billy club?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:44 PM  

  • Not as long as my freaking interview...

    Michael Lark

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:54 PM  

  • Great interview Michael! I don't normally read DD, but now I'll have to pick it up.

    By Blogger mrfusion, at 7:39 PM  

  • Looking forward to the new DD liked Bendis run but not really the DD that I loved , hunted down the Batman Nine Live and think the artwork was very reminisant of Batman Year One will be a great look for the new DD. I loved LT"s intro of show 50 any chance of doing a crossover with her I think that would be great to hear thanks

    By Blogger sandman300, at 1:56 PM  

  • I'm really looking forward to the new DD. This from a guy that has made it a point to get his hands on everything Bendis has done including stuff like Goldfish and Jinx.

    I love the Lark I've seen in Gotham Central, though I've not seen any of his other stuff. As much as I like Bendis, I agree with Lark that Brubaker might be the best writer in comics today - Sleeper was one of the best comics in recent memory. I'm so pleased that he's going to be on DD.

    comicgeeks - this was one of you better interviews, but consider picking up a book on the subject - it's an art and there are some key bullet points you need exposure to, imho. When you get the time and consideration from serious talent like Lark and some of the bigwigs you've gotten the opportunity to spend some time with, you should kick the professionalism up a couple more notches. I say this as a fan of your podcast - I've listened to most of the ones comicspodcasts.com links to and yours is my favorite. I know the "hangin round the comic shop" vibe is something you aspire to, and something that is an important element of your 'cast, but I think interviews should have a slightly different vibe. Peace.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:50 PM  

  • "...but I think interviews should have a slightly different vibe."

    Actually, the more casual approach to our interviews is something the interviewees enjoy. We aren't just about spouting out question after question in a dry way. We let the conversation lead our questions. If we did it the old Larry King way, I think our interviews would be short and too information filled. I enjoy that the creators we interview can speak freely and about anything they want.

    Feel free to send us what you think those "bullet points" are.

    By Blogger Peter, at 10:42 PM  

  • Larry King is one of the worst interviewers on televsion, but yeah, I can appreciate the approach you want to take. There's nothing wrong with any of the objectives you've named. I'll try to be more constructive asap. (working ~100 hours at the moment)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:57 AM  

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