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#104: Interview with painter / artist Paolo Rivera!

Captain America Comic Book Fans

20 year comic veteran Paolo Rivera joins the show to talk about his experience painting the Mythos origin series and why it took him six months to create Mythos: Captain America! Filled with cool Easter eggs and stories behind the story, Paolo shares why he grew to love the character Captain America after doing research for the story. Plus... find out who our next guest will be! Connect with our guest Paolo Rivera at https://paolorivera.blogspot.com Connect with Rick & Bob and fellow Cap fans at https://www.facebook.com/groups/captainamericacomicbookfans and https://twitter.com/CapComicFans Enjoy this podcast series? Please help by donating at: https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/support Please subscribe, rate and review! Want to be part of the show? Leave a recorded message at https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/message --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/support

1hr 20mins

5 Oct 2022

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#103: Cap's Origin Explored! Mythos: Captain America (2008) Paul Jenkins / Paolo Rivera

Captain America Comic Book Fans

This beautifully painted one-shot dives deep into Steve Rogers' life leading up to becoming Captain America, as well as his time during WW2 and joining the Avengers after being frozen. Told from Steve's point of view, it is a retrospective tale that pulls at the heart strings and demonstrates the true character of the hero and what helped shape that during the war. Rick & Bob take the listener through panel by gorgeous panel.  Connect with Rick & Bob and fellow Cap fans at https://www.facebook.com/groups/captainamericacomicbookfans and https://twitter.com/CapComicFans Are you enjoying this podcast series? Please help by donating at: https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/support Please subscribe, rate and review! Want to be part of the show? Leave a recorded message at https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/message Our home page is https://captainamericacomicbookfans.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/capcomicbookfans/support

1hr 35mins

21 Sep 2022

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Daredevil by Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera

The Reader Copy Podcast

Is Justice Blind?! This week Chris and Daniel discuss Daredevil by Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera. We also talk about Oscar Issac as Moon Knight, Sandman details, and the Luther Strode movie. Visit us online: Check out The Reader Copy Podcast website Our iTunes page: Listen to more episodes Even More Stuff: Check out our Instagram Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Show music provided by MDK - Hyper Beam

1hr 23mins

2 Nov 2020

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Episode 108 - The Valiant (Valiant) by Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and Paolo Rivera

Living Between Wednesdays

Another installment of the Living Between Wednesdays summer book club, and this week Rachelle and Dave are discussing the 2014 mini-series that re-introduced readers to a whole bunch of Valiant characters. And they did it in the best way possible: by hiring Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt and Paolo Rivera to tell the story. Also in this episode: Rachelle and Dave went to see The Inhumans in IMAX, and have a few thoughts about that. Plus, Marvel's Secret Empire event wrapped up this past week, and Rachelle's beloved Winter Soldier played a big part! And Dave has been re-reading a bunch of the 1990s Marvel/DC Amalgam comics.

1hr 13mins

6 Sep 2017

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Off Panel #69: The Curious Case of Carter J. Burke with Paolo Rivera

Off Panel: A Comics Interview Podcast

Artist Paolo Rivera joins Off Panel this week to talk how he works and what he's up to these days. He talks how sculpture changes his art, bringing characters to life with his art, what his process is, why he's dialed back on drawing interiors, maintaining cash flow without that, learning to loosen up on bringing scripts to life, why he wishes he left Daredevil later than he did, the importance of ownership, and more.

1hr 8mins

7 Nov 2016

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Episode 380: A Conversation with Paolo Rivera

Comic Shenanigans

Welcome to the Comic Shenanigans Podcast! For episode 380 join Adam Chapman as he sits down with acclaimed artist Paolo Rivera, to discuss his work on the MYTHOS one-shots, working on Daredevil with Mark Waid, and much more! This episode was recorded Monday May 9th 2016. Download it now! If you want to help support Comic Shenanigans, follow this link! http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/profile/id/mzvwg-3c

34mins

10 Jun 2016

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70: Paolo Rivera – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

April showers may bring May flowers but the one thing you can be sure of that May will also bring is yet another spate of talented artists to the Making Comics Gutter Talk podcast. Two of them will be with artists we met and talked to while at WonderCon back in the first week of last month. Today’s episode, however, was recorded away from the craziness that conventions can sometimes bring. In this Gutter Talk episode, Adam and co-host Patrick Yurick, a voice you’ll hear this week and next, get the pleasure and opportunity to talk to Paolo Rivera, artist and illustrator, both freelance and working for others. It took a few emails back and forth, even a reschedule or two, to nail down a specific day and time but in the end, it was completely worth it. The conversation spanned topics of why he went to the Rhode Island School of Design (a question in which he has a few answers, actually) to a question he is often asked, how does an artist get their voice and style. We’re pretty sure you’re going to dig this episode. If not, we’ll guarantee your money back. What? You didn’t pay anything for the podcast? Well, then it looks like you’ll get a full refund. Lucky you. But again, we’re pretty sure it won’t even come to that. Also, one more thing. Please be all that you can be and head over to iTunes to give us a rating and a review. The more this happens and the higher the average rating the more exposure this awesome little podcast gets. And while in some states exposure is illegal, we’re big proponents of artistic exposure of comics and comic-related information. We’re free souls like that. Paolo’s Links: Paolo’s site (@PaoloMRivera) Podcast w/ Paolo in which the host sounds like Adam Our Links: Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org Old Fashion Radio Jingle 2.wav: club sound / www.freesound.org

1hr 12mins

1 May 2015

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70: Paolo Rivera – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

podcast – MakingComics.com

April showers may bring May flowers but the one thing you can be sure of that May will also bring is yet another spate of talented artists to the Making Comics Gutter Talk podcast. Two of them will be with artists we met and talked to while at WonderCon back in the first week of last month. Today’s episode, however, was recorded away from the craziness that conventions can sometimes bring. In this Gutter Talk episode, Adam and co-host Patrick Yurick, a voice you’ll hear this week and next, get the pleasure and opportunity to talk to Paolo Rivera, artist and illustrator, both freelance and working for others. It took a few emails back and forth, even a reschedule or two, to nail down a specific day and time but in the end, it was completely worth it. The conversation spanned topics of why he went to the Rhode Island School of Design (a question in which he has a few answers, actually) to a question he is often asked, how does an artist get their voice and style. We’re pretty sure you’re going to dig this episode. If not, we’ll guarantee your money back. What? You didn’t pay anything for the podcast? Well, then it looks like you’ll get a full refund. Lucky you. But again, we’re pretty sure it won’t even come to that. Also, one more thing. Please be all that you can be and head over to iTunes to give us a rating and a review. The more this happens and the higher the average rating the more exposure this awesome little podcast gets. And while in some states exposure is illegal, we’re big proponents of artistic exposure of comics and comic-related information. We’re free souls like that. Paolo’s Links: Paolo’s site (@PaoloMRivera) Podcast w/ Paolo in which the host sounds like Adam Our Links: Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org Old Fashion Radio Jingle 2.wav: club sound / www.freesound.org

1hr 12mins

1 May 2015

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Afterschool Podcast, Episode 12 - Comic Book Artist Paolo Rivera (11/18)

Core77 Podcast

Comic book artist Paolo Rivera has done everything from lusciously handpainted origin stories of Captain America, Hulk, Spiderman, Xmen, and Fantastic Four to helping reboot Daredevil to an untold number of covers for titles such as Wolverine and Guardians of the Galaxy. His work has a graphic, hand crafted quality that mixes elements from many genres outside of the the comic world. Best of all? He’s our guest today on Afterschool.

1hr 5mins

18 Nov 2013

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Episode 12: Paolo Rivera

Core77 Presents Afterschool

Comic book artist Paolo Rivera has done everything from lusciously handpainted origin stories of Captain America, Hulk, Spiderman, Xmen, and Fantastic Four to helping reboot Daredevil to an untold number of covers for titles such as Wolverine and Guardians of the Galaxy. His work has a graphic, handcrafted quality that mixes elements from many genres outside of the the comic world. Best of all? He’s our guest today on Afterschool.

1hr 5mins

18 Nov 2013