I find myself buying everything Remender writes and has written these days.
Rick Remender talks about what's coming up for charcters like Doctor Voodoo, The Punisher and The Thunderbolts, in books coming this fall.
You'll hear about his new series featuring the current Sorcerer Supreme of Marvel's 616 universe.
Plus The Punisher is heading toward a world of hurt in the months ahead, with bizare story arcs like Franken Castle with Tony Moore , and Punisher: The List, with classic Punisher draftsmen John Romita Jr and Klaus Janson.
We also go in depth on The Last Days Of Crime from Radical Publishing, with art by Greg Tocchini and covers by some guy named Alex Maleev
Rick's also talks about a special 40 page Thunderbolts issue, and the pending wrap ups to The End League With Eric Canette and Fear Agent with Tony Moore & Mike Hawthorne.
Great interview. John, no disrespect meant to other podcasts, but your interviews are so much better than anything else out there. I have listened to a few other interviews that Remender has done, and they just don't come off as well. Your interviews flow very well, and don't feel forced. I like that the interviews flow naturally and veer off into pop culture topics and such. Remender is a great interview. Thanks
"Brian Bendis is one of the most profane and potty-mouthed people I know. The saltiness of the language that comes out of his brain makes Scarface blush. I mean, you can't imagine the stuff he says. Stuff like "#$%^knuckle" or "Monkey #($*%&^%!" Oh and then there's "Your Mother's @#$%^% cystic #$%^%!" I mean who thinks of these things?"-Joe Quesada
Yeah, thank you so much again. Everytime my computer downloads a new Word Balloon I know my workday will go so much smoother. Keep up the tremendous work.
Thanks for another great show. Didn't expect Rememder to be such a funny guy.
Great interview John. Seriously entertaining and it did a great service in increasing my awareness of Rick's work.
Love how enthusiastic and inventive he seems and his concepts and collaborations sound incredible.
Just checked out the preview for Last Days of Crime and no doubt Tocchini is one of those next-gen talents.
He says so much with a gesture and (in the overhead bathroom page) I think he's created an entirely new way of looking at the page.
But you win for the huge Jason Aaron/ skinned bear laugh line at the end.