Thursday, October 18, 2007

Today's show: Comic book writers

Today's Strip! at 5pm on Resonance FM is comprised of three interviews with comic book writers...

In a repeat of Monday's clear spot, Alex Fitch interviews renowned author Neil Gaiman about the big screen adaptation of his illustrated novel Stardust which was originally serialised by DC Comics.
Then, Alex interviews Zan Christensen about his homoerotic vigilante comic The Mark of Aeacus which looks to Greek Myths for its inspiration.
For the second half of the hour long show, we're broadcasting the previously podcast interview author Paul Cornell (Doctor Who, Xtnct) conducted with prolific comic book writer Peter David (The Incredible Hulk, Fallen Angel) about his career...


Neil Gaiman - Neil's website
Wikipedia entries on Neil, Stardust and Anansi Boys
Official movie website
Dreamhaven's online book shop

Zan Christensen - Zan's company, Northwest Comics
Article on Greek myths which influenced The Mark of Aeacus

Peter David - Wikipedia entries on:
Peter David, Paul Cornell, The Spectacular Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk and Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man
IDW page on Fallen Angel
Marvel pages on Peter's The Dark Tower and Paul's Wisdom

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