Impossible Jones #2 Kickstarter Spotlight with Karl Kesel
The Comic Source Podcast
Jace is joined by veteran comic creator Karl Kesel to chat about his current Kickstarter campaign for the second issue of Impossible Jones. Great art by David Hahn and an intriguing main character make this a wonderful series to jump on board. Karl also talks about his love for the crowdfunding platform and how much he enjoys interacting with the fan community he has built around his creator owned work.
Karl Kesel on Superboy, Section Zero and Impossible Jones
Creator Talks Podcast
Karl Kesel discusses just some of the indelible marks he has made upon the comic book industry throughout his long and illustrious career. Along with his collaborator Tom Grummet, Karl created Kon-El Superboy, wrote a land mark issue of the Fantastic Four inspired by a Jack Kirby drawing of The Thing and returned Daredevil to being a swashbuckling hero! How did it all begin for Karl? Why did he decide to become an inker and who his favorite inker of all time? What were the first comics he read and which artist does he admire for the impact he made on himself and the entire comic industry in the early 1970?But that’s not all! We talk about the success of his Section Zero Kickstarters with Tom Grummet and his latest project with David Hahn (Six Million Dollar Man, Batman 66) titled Impossible Jones.And in the Kicking Back With The Creator segment, I discover Karl’s favorite way to rest and relax, his specialty dish and about the dinner parties hosted for comic book living legends. Love the show? Please rate and review Creator Talks on iTunes Karl Kesel & David Hahn's Impossible Jones Kickstarter
Comic Books Karl Kesel Impossible Jones Final Night Superman and more
Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Karl and David Hahn have created a new comedy Impossible Jones . Their Kickstarter campaign is underway. We talk about their concept and look back at the Dc event The Final Night and Karl's days in the Superman office.
Comic Books Karl Kesel On Section Zero 1959, Creating Superboy A Lost Jack Kirby story and more
Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Great chat with Karl about his new Kickstarter campaign for Section Zero 1959, with Tom Grumett. We learn how he and Tom created the new Superboy (Kon-El) for the Reign Of The Supermen event. plus past art collaborations with George Perez, John Byrne , and finishing a lost Jack Kirby Story for Marvel.
In this episode of "Double Page Spread", veteran writer and inker, Karl Kesel, joins Wendi to discuss his new project, "Section Zero". Reuniting him with longtime "Superboy" collaborator, Tom Grummett, they return to tell the story of a secret section of the United Nations charter sent to investigate the paranormal. X-Files meets Kirby monsters, it's a thrilling, cool adventure romp! He discusses that, along with creating an authentic retro Captain America comic strip, the legacy of "Marvel Apes" and so much more... Donate to the "Section Zero 1959!" kickstarter here Brought to you by www.dcbservice.com, the home of discount comics and half off trades! As well as www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com giving you the most decadent, gothic and exotic essential oil fragrances.
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Where's the Trade? Karl Kesel's Daredevil (1996-1997)
On this episode, I rhetorically as the question 'Where's the Trade?' of writer Karl Kesel's run on Daredevil from the mid-90s. In my mind, this run was a 'back to basics' approach to a character who was at the time in desperate need of it. In addition to speaking generally about the run, I'll be recapping & commenting on my favorite issue from this run, Daredevil #360 in which our hero takes on the menace of the Absorbing Man!Download this episode HERE!Karl Kesel interview on manwithoutfear.comScroll down to see images from these issues, and please be sure to check out previous episodes of I'm the Gun on iTunes & Google Play!Also, I'd love to hear from you! Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or hit me up on Twitter: @imthegunThanks for listening!Theme created using a sample of 'Shotgun' by Duran DuranDD's senses perceive Creel's switch from brick to cold metalA refreshingly understated revelation tucked at the bottom of the pageLove the way Nord/Ryan's cowl hugs DD's faceIs this an artistic tribute? I sense a Hulk/Thor battle referenced hereCrusher Creel, ancient statue