Monday, August 13, 2007

Podcast: The art of Glenn Fabry

Glenn FabryAlex Fitch interviews artists Glenn Fabry and John McCrea, two very different artists who have worked on comics in Britain and America and have both illustrated strips by writer Garth Ennis. The majority of today's show is concerned with Glenn's work from his seminal run on Sláine in 2000AD to his epic run of painted covers for DC comics' Preacher which are available in a coffee table book.

Towards the end of the show Alex talks to John McCrea about the 60 issues he drew of Ennis' superhero satire Hitman (and their interview continues next week).
As Panel Borders is currently podcast only, you can download today's show now... (mp3 format, 18mb)
For more info and a selection of different file formats you can download or stream, please visit the home of this episode at

Links: Wikipedia pages on Glenn Fabry , John McCrea, Sláine, Preacher and Hitman
Glenn's website


Anonymous said...

It's pronounced Slawn-ya, a as in apple.


Alex said...

Is that you, Duncan?

Anonymous said...

No, just a grumpy Irishman. Good podcasts, thanks.