I was in San Diego last weekend for Comic-Con International, and in addition to eating In-N-Out Burger, after which every other hamburger I eat will seem like a lie I’m telling to my mouth, I actually did some work, too. Most of what I did hasn’t gone up yet, but for
my self-promoting your reading convenience, here’s what I did that has:
The Arkham City Panel Coverage: The only panel I wrote up at the show, this one featured the cast, developers and writers of the next Batman video game talking about both Arkham City and their history working on the characters, with some pretty great anecdotes and character reveals. In addition to this, I have way more Arkham City stuff coming out of this weekend, including a hands-on demo and interviews with developer Dax Ginn and actors Stana Katic (Talia) and KEVIN CONROY (!!!).
The DC Reboot Protest That Wasn’t: So, remember how there was going to be a gathering of fans who were going to voice their anger over the DC reboot? Yeah, well, we waited in the Southern California sun for an hour for more than eight people to show up (and I have the sunburns to prove it) and they never did. I have to say, though, the people who did show up were all in amazing Joker and Harley Quinn costumes — including a jaw droppingly good Bride Harley.
An Interview With Venture Bros Creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer and Star James Urbaniak: We chat about the upcoming special, my love for Ghost Robot, and my desire to see an entire series about the rise and fall of David Bowie: Super-Villain. Plus, you get to see my left hand flop around like a dying fish while I ask questions. What can I say? I’m an active talker.
War Rocket Ajax #7: That Money Is Yours with Adam Warrock: While I was out in San Diego, I missed the Return of Euge to War Rocket Ajax! Check it out, as my former and current partners in podcasting rally around their mutual hate for working with me.
More videos to come, including a talk with the supervising producer of Scooby Doo: Mystery Inc., a strange six-question interview with about 15 creators, a one-on-one with me and Adam West (!!!) and more!