Ep #18 - Superman '78 #1 Special & An Interview With Robert Venditti
The Aspiring Kryptonians
Hello and welcome to Episode #18 of The Aspiring Kryptonians Podcast!We have dedicated our 18th episode to Superman '78 #1, which we have been really excited about! So first of all we delve into our thoughts on that, and then we have a brand new interview with its writer Robert Venditti to share with you. This weeks topic schedule is as follows and please note that we include spoilers throughout this episode!31s - Superman '78 #1 discussion24m 53s - An Interview With Robert Venditti Again thank you so much for taking the time to listen to our podcast, it really does mean the world to us!For more information on our Patreon, here is the link: https://www.patreon.com/theaspiringkryptonianAnd if you want to follow us on social media, you can find us here:Website: https://www.theaspiringkryptonian.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9tCtl2G1FccWwGxFxE5wDQTasmin - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theaspiringkryptonian/Twitter - https://twitter.com/aspiringkryptoFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/theaspiringkryptonianEvan - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/evandavidproductionsAshley - Twitter - https://twitter.com/ASHLEYSHORT13
Welcome to the Comic Shenanigans Podcast! For the 890th episode, Adam Chapman welcomes to the show Robert Venditti! Robert discusses his work on DC's Hawkman, from the genesis of the project to its ultimate conclusion after 29 issues. We discuss his work with Bryan Hitch on the project and the work they did on the first year of the book. This episode was originally recorded on July 5 2021.
New York Times bestselling author Robert Venditti broke into comics the old-fashioned way—by starting out in the mailroom. He began working for publisher Top Shelf Productions in 2002, and within a few months sold them the script for The Surrogates, his first comic book series. The story was later adapted into a feature film starring Bruce Willis and Ving Rhames. Venditti went on to write the original graphic novel The Homeland Directive, as well as the graphic novel adaptations of Rick Riordan's bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians novels. In 2012, he helped relaunch Valiant Entertainment’s comic book universe by writing their flagship title, X-O Manowar. Venditti currently writes GREEN LANTERN for DC Comics. He lives in Atlanta. Links: Robert Venditti Official Website - http://www.robertvenditti.com/works/ Top Shelf Comix - https://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/robert-venditti Episode Sponsors: Zeppelin Comics - https://zeppelincomics.com/ Strange Media - http://www.strangemedia.com About the host: Steffan Schulz is a producer/director located in the San Francisco Bay Area. His professional career as a filmmaker spans 30 years. His work has been honored with over 100 awards including a spot in A/V Magazine's Top 100 Producers. Steffan is an Adobe Premiere Certified Expert, FAA licensed commercial drone pilot, underwater cinematographer, as well as a published author, presenter, instructor and university lecturer. He is the owner of Strange Media, a full service media production company located in the San Francisco Bay Area. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amuse/support
Bad Idea Take Over with Robert Venditti | Talking Tankers
The Comic Source Podcast
Jace chats with writer Robert Venditti. They go into detail about the wild over-the-top first issue of Bad Idea's Tankers. A non-stop action-filled time travel story with dinosaurs? Yep you bet! Rob talks about how different the story is from anything he has done before. He also discuss working with Juan Jose Ryp and Andrew Dalhouse. They guys also talk about Rob returning home, so to speak, by reuniting with many of the people he worked with at Valiant when that publisher relaunched in 2012. There's some talk about the B-Side story in Tankers #1 also, plus Rob's got a lot of other ideas in development at Bad Ideas as well. Finally, Jace asks about Rob's current DC project, Superman '78, coming in July. We know it is a passion project for Rob and he talks a bit about he didn't dare to dream about telling Superman stories in this setting. All this and more so join us as Bad Idea takes us over again!
Robert Venditti on Tankers / Ultramega / 'Eros/Psyche' / Orphan and the Five Beasts
First Issue Club Comic Books
This week we talk to Robert Venditti about his new comic Tankers, coming April 7 on Bad Idea, then get into a trifecta of comics made by creators doing double duty as Illustrator/writer: James Harren starts us off with Ultramega, a super-double-sized first issue on Image Comics. Next, Maria Llovet takes us on an atmospheric journey in Eros/Psyche on Ablaze Comics. Finally, James Stokoe's uber-detailed illustrations fill his new Dark Horse Comics series Orphan and the Five Beasts.
We're back with episode 15 of the Creator Interview series. This week we're sitting down with Robert Venditti to discuss his work on a myriad of DC titles as well as his kickass new book coming out from Bad Idea Comics Tankers #1. We also get into the goodness coming around the corner in Superman '78 and dig into the creative process and demands an ongoing comic can really make. Interesting conversation and good creative tips from Robert await! Check it out! @robertvenditti @AfterDragons_ AfterDragons.com
The writer of the upcoming Bad Idea series Tankers joins us for the show this week to talk about his curious comics history, Paul Verhoeven, high-concept idea, fixing Hawkman, dragons and a whole lot more! Plus, Chris and Matt judge two new fighters in the Great Indoor Fight!
A weekly comic book show that explores new releases with a strong focus on first issues and new story lines so readers can jumping on points. The show also offers previews of upcoming comic books and interviews with creators. DC Comics writer Robert Venditti known for Justice League 40, Green Lantern, The Flash and much more to join us and discuss his career. This is an interview you do not want to miss. Check out Rob's links below and give him a follow on the socials. Twitter DC Comics Profile If you'd like to send us an email please send your questions and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also we would love to personally hear from you and answer your questions on the show so please send us a voice message via Anchor. Please Follow and Like us on Twitter Facebook--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-comic-book-pod/message
Six Days: The Incredible Story of D-Days Lost Chapter – Spotlight with Robert Venditti: The Comic Source Podcast Episode #842
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In this episode we discuss: Six Days The Incredible Story of D-Days Lost Chapter – Spotlight with Robert Venditti The Comic Source Podcast Episode #842 Jace chats with writer Robert Venditti about an incredible true story of a relatively unknown … Continued The post Six Days: The Incredible Story of D-Days Lost Chapter – Spotlight with Robert Venditti: The Comic Source Podcast Episode #842 appeared first on The Comic Source Blog.