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Interviews

  1. Super '70s and '80s: Sea World Superheroes Image

    Super '70s and '80s: Sea World Superheroes

    To bridge the gap between his book Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman (which made the front page of USA Today) and his upcoming book on Batman/Bill Finger (set for a 2012 release), author Marc Tyler Nobleman found and interviewed 100 "lost" stars of superhero/cartoon entertainment of the '70s and '80s -- from the pimp in Superman: The Movie to the voice actors of both Wonder Twins (Jayna had been MIA for decades) to the original singer of the Scooby-Doo theme.

    Marc Tyler Nobleman interviews Sea World Superheroes on November 2, 2011
  2. Jason M. Burns: Eighteen and Up  Image

    Jason M. Burns: Eighteen and Up

    After cutting his teeth on writing comics such as The Expendable One and A Dummy's Guide to Danger , Jason M. Burns now writes and directs the upcoming NSFW comedy web series Adults Only .

    Felicity Gustafson interviews Jason M. Burns on October 27, 2011
  3. Super 70's and 80's: Michael Bell, Voice of Wonder Twin Zan  Image

    Super 70's and 80's: Michael Bell, Voice of Wonder Twin Zan

    To bridge the gap between his book Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman (which made the front page of USA Today) and his upcoming book on Batman/Bill Finger (set for a 2012 release), author Marc Tyler Nobleman found and interviewed 100 "lost" stars of superhero/cartoon entertainment of the '70s and '80s -- from the pimp in Superman: The Movie to the voice actors of both Wonder Twins (Jayna had been MIA for decades) to the original singer of the Scooby-Doo theme.

    Marc Tyler Nobleman interviews Michael Bell on October 25, 2011
  4. Chris Sims: Dracuology 101  Image

    Chris Sims: Dracuology 101

    Chris Sims has made his name mostly on the strength of his blogging, both on his own at the Invincible Super Blog, and as one of the principal writers at Comics Alliance.

    Geoffrey D. Wessel interviews Chris Sims on October 24, 2011