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Monday, October 03, 2005

Episode 62

Episode 62 on MP3

Special Interview with legendary writer and editor Denny O’Neil Mr. O’Neil gives us an insightful look at his own career and comics history in general as well as writing novels (an upcoming Question/Batman novel), his thoughts on Batman Begins, his job description of a good editor, great artists such as Jim Aparo, the character Azrael, and more.

Show Notes
Starring: Bryan, Kevin, Matt, Jamie, Peter

Leo McGovern escaped Hurricane Katrina with one comic. You can read the article here and listen in to how you can help!

Stump the Rios by Al Sparrow, how does Peter do with a few Keith Giffen questions?

Stump the Audience #4 has been answered! Listen in to see who wins the I Can’t Believe It’s Not the Justice League issues!

CGS Countdown to Infinite Crisis Final Night (’96)

Websites mentioned: Denny O’Neil’s column


  • Great interveiw again where do you guys get such great guest, any chance in lining up something with Roy Thomas Oh that would so great. and yea you guys did it again have a used copy of the Green Arrow And Green Lantern on the way ( I remember when I had a savings account once lol ) thanks again -sandman

    By Blogger sandman300, at 5:16 PM  

  • I have to admit that O'Neil came off a less of a jerk than he had in print interviews I'd read, he gave off much less of a no-one-understands-Batman-except-me vibe. I still can't forgive him for allowing the warping of the character to such a degree that eventually led into the current Bat-jerk, but he was much less arrogant on your show than I had preconceived he to be. If that was due to the Geeks' interviewing skills, then congratulations to you all.

    On a different note, may I suggest that somebody turn on word verification to decrease on the number of non-comic-related penis enhancement posts.

    By Blogger gschienke, at 6:21 PM  

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