Steve Orlando the writer of "Supergirl: Rebirth" and the Midnighter, had to be one of the busiest guys during the NYCC 2016. He was all over the place, on several panels, being interviewed, meeting & autographing comics for the fans. He made himself available to the fans and that is one of the reasons we like him. Checkout his DC profile, http://www.dccomics.com/talent/steve-orlando to see the other comics he has been involved with as well as his blog about upcoming comics http://thesteveorlando.blogspot.com/
During our interview with him, he talked about how Supergirl, is not superman with pants but is her own person with a different story. He sees Kara's (Supergirl) tale as the classic immigrant yarn, because she left Krypton and remembers what it was and is now making her way on a new planet with those memories. See our interview on our homepage or on YouTube with him ---Enjoy Super Fans.
Oh my goodness, say it is true!!!!! It seems the rumors were correct. Fox's upcoming Wolverine 3, film, is slated to hit the box offices early next year and looks to be inspired by the "Old Man Logan" series of comic books. If you have not read them yet -- run out and buy them, because they are going to start selling like hotcakes.
The story takes place in an alternate future where the super villains rule the world. After many years of losing to heroes, they finally have gotten smart and started working together. This helps them to take over the world. For more background, see Wikipedia's article https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Man_Logan . It is a great story line, dealing with an older more mature, world weary Wolverine. A great explanation and dramatization comes from youtube's comicstorian. Check it out then buy the comic and see the movie.
Back by popular demand, a new cosplay video which can be viewed on our homepage or our YouTube channel - The Spinner Rack.
Spinnerrack -- Out!!
The legendary Christopher Priest is back and he is helming DC's DEATHSTROKE. See our engaging interview with him
He also known for his definitive run on Marvel's Black Panther. Here is his wiki bio https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Priest_(comics)
Hi guys, here is our interview https://youtu.be/EfIrXgUAGwU , with inker & penciller extraordinaire, Marley Zarcone from "Shade the Changing Girl"
In addition, if you are intrigued by what you see, check out her page at DC Comics, http://www.dccomics.com/talent/marley-zarcone
She will also be attending the NC Comic-Con, http://nccomicon.com/guests-2016/marley-zarcone/
Go out and support her, because we believe in supporting creators.
Best of Luck Marley.
New York Comic Con - Saturday
Another busy day at the NYCC. Once again DC gave us access to many of the their talented writers and artist. We also attended SyFy's panel "The Expanse" (I love this show) & "The Magicians". We also went to Justice League Dark, DC's "Rebirth", Tumblr's Fandometrics, Cup of Joe Queseda & Sony's Anime panels.
Amazingly, thanks to Cal, we were able to score a major interview with Christopher Priest, writer of DC's top selling villain comic book "Deathstroke" and the definitive "Black Panther" story line. He as always was excellent.
We also interviewed the terrific team of Julie & Shawna Benson, writers of the "Batgirl & the Birds of Prey" as well as the hit TV show "The 100". The talented & popular team were brilliant and provide us with an excellent interview. Once you see the video on our YouTube channel, The Spinner Rack, tell us what you think.
Yannick Paquette, the artist for "Wonder Woman: Earth One, was also fantastic and provided us some insight into what he would like to tackle if he ever had a chance ---"Swamp Thing". We also talked to Benjamin Percy of the "Teen Titans", who like the other DC artist & writers provided lot a information.
I suggest you go out and purchase copies of their comic books based on the intriguing storylines they describe during their interviews.
For more details and videos check out our YouTube channel The Spinner Rack.
PD & I had a live show on MNN at 7pm. While we had some technical difficulties at the beginning, as pros, were able to pull it out and do a great show.
We talked about what we were doing at the New York Comic Con. Watch a copy of the interview that will be posted on YouTube soon.