With new comics slowly coming back on the scene, I reached out to comic book writers David F Walker (Bitter Root), Kelly Sue DeConnick (Aquaman) and Jim Zub (Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda, Conan the Barbarian) to find out what I and other comic book fans can look forward to when some of my favorite titles return. As always you can follow me on Twitter @superpoweredfan . Leave a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what comics you're currently reading, what comics you're waiting to return and who you want me to reach out to next. www.superpoweredfancast.com
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Check out the latest episode of the podcast where I get to sit down with writer/actor/producer and coach Steve Harper about his career starting as an actor in New York to writing for series like Covert Affairs, American Crime and God Friended Me. We discuss the upcoming end of the series as well as the legacy of shows like it. Steve Harper also teaches and coaches those looking to enter the industry and can be found on his website harpercreates.com, his coaching site http://www.yourcreativelife.com/ as well as on Twitter @harpercreates
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Welcome to the first Fancast of the new year and this episode features an interview with Marvel Comics writer Jim Zub. Mr. Zub is the prolific writer of titles like Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda, Conan: Serpent War, Dungeons and Dragons: Infernal Tides, Avengers: No Road Home and much more. He also has tutorials on his website www.jimzub.com designed to help new writers break into the business. You can follow him on Twitter @jimzub
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Scott Snyder Returns!!
The creative powerhouse behind some of the best books on the market, DC Comics writer Scott Snyder returns to the Fancast to talk about the upcoming arc of Justice League, what scares him about The Batman Who Laughs, how he writes multiple books and what he loves about creator owned stories.
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I got to spend the weekend in Atlanta at Dragon Con 2018 and interview Happytime Murders, Muppet Treasure Island and Farscape director Brian Henson about a possible Farscape return, the future of puppetry and where he thinks the Muppets should go next. As always, news, review, trailers and more at https://www.superpoweredfancast.com/
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In this episode I talk about the latest comic book movie and TV related news and close out the episode with an interview with the writers, directors and stars of the Well Go USA produced Sci-Fi thriller The Endless available on Blu-Ray and DVD. Please rate and review the episode on Itunes and let me know what you think. You can find my review of The Endless on www.superpoweredfancast.com and you can find more reviews and news on www.thegww.com . Email me at email@example.com and follow me on Twitter @superpoweredfan
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In this episode, I discuss the latest movie and television adaptations based on the works of Stephen King coming to the big and small screen. I also compare my Fancast of IT Chapter 2 to the actors the studio chose and discuss how Josh Boone is making himself the king (no pun intended) of King adaptations. As always you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org . Please rate and review the episode and podcast and follow me on Twitter @superpoweredfan and read more about King adaptations and the latest news and reviews at www.superpoweredfancast.com and www.thegww.com
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This week I talk about how enjoyable Solo: A Star Wars Story was, how good Deadpool 2 was (not great) and comic book recommendations from Marvel and DC including Amazing Spider-Man #800 and The Man of Steel #1 from Brian Michael Bendis.
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In this episode I'm joined by my friend Josh Worley and we just gab about the possible future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the announcement of a new Bill & Ted movie and anything else we just decided to talk about. You can follow Josh @soilworley on Twitter and SPFC @superpoweredfan or at www.superpoweredfancast.com and www.thegww.com
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In this episode, I talk about the latest casting news from Warner Brothers regarding IT: Chapter 2 and news about Jessica Jones being renewed for a third season on Netflix. After a brief message from the sponsor of this episode, I talk to former Marvel Comics editor Heather Antos. We talk about her journey from geek culture fan, being excited about the Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern film (full disclosure, so was I) to talking to editors at cons and eventually getting to work on amazing titles like Deadpool, Gwenpool, Star Wars Doctor Aphra and more. I get a lesson in what not to do in a comic book script if you want a good relationship with an artist and I learn what Heather's dream book to edit would be. You can find Heather Antos on Twitter @heatherantos . As always, you can find my on Twitter @superpoweredfan, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org , find news and reviews on www.superpoweredfancast.com and www.thegww.com
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