I believe the solution is to create the John Suintress' Show, as the Chris Matthews Show to Word Balloon's Hardball.
I, for one think it's a brilliant idea. Or, uh servicable. Or perhaps a bad idea.
But then again, my current place residing in your pants may be clouding my mind.
Hit me up on Facebook or Twitter.
Chuck Vs Mal: Two Geeks. One podcast. Many insults.
Originally Posted by Grant Morrison
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JMS- especially looking back at OMD, that'd be interesting
Being an artist I would love to hear more artist centric interviews.
1. Travis Charest
2. Khoi Pham
3. Frank Cho
4. Adam Hughes
5. J.G. Jones
6. Sean Phillips
7. John Romita
8. John Romita JR
9. Steve Mcniven
10. Jim Chueng
and for a non artist Suggestion
Mark Millar for a retort on everything Bendis has said about him on the Bendis Tapes.
May I suggest a couple of ladies as guest? Don't want it looking too much like a boys' club.
How about Gail? She's the queen bee of comics today.
How about Jen Grunwald? I would like to know more about what goes on behind the scenes with collections, especially with that being such a vital part of the industry now.
All I want to hear Chris Sprouse.
Well, also, I want to here John, Fraction, Bendis, Brubaker, and some other brave souls record a Noir drama. How can you go wrong with that? In the Fraction/Brubaker interview you were halfway there a few times. Just go the extra mile! Haha
Hey John, I definitely support the suggestions for interviewing creative teams. You'd be hard pressed to re-create the very particular musk of manlove that fills the air when you and bru/fraction hook up. Those interviews (was there more than 1?) are downright entertaining, comics or not. Led me to The Wheelman and Duane's new Iron Fist run (both excellent) and Blast of Silence (beautiful package that I have yet to open).
Is it difficult to take on more than one guy at a time or are you a professional about it?