Interview: The Unseen Tribe (Zuda Competitor Luciano Vecchio)

| December 15, 2009


Our series of interviews with competitors in DC Comics’ monthly Zuda contests continues this week with a pair of interviews with current competitors, featuring the creators of comics featured costumed superfolks. Later this week we’ll speak with Greg Smallwood, creator of Villain, but let’s start with Luciano Vecchio about his work, The Unseen Tribe. Llama: […]

Stan Lee

| July 28, 2009

Alex Langley (left) with Stan Lee (awesome) at the Hard Rock Hotel. San Diego.

Stan “The Man” Lee, creator and/or co-creator of the Amazing Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Avengers, the Mighty Thor, Iron Man, Ant-Man, Giant-Man, the winsome Wasp, Doctor Doom, Mole Man, the Impossible Man, the Abomination, the Leader, Doctor Octopus, J. Jonah Jameson, the Lizard, Kraven the Hunter, the Green Goblin, Doctor Strange, and character after character for Marvel Comics.

The 2nd Most Surreal Moment of My Day: Batman and Papa Llama Meet the Incredible Hulk

| July 25, 2009

Left to right: Lou

I’d met Lou before (like when I took the photos during Action Flick Chick’s interview with him) and obviously so has Adam many times. In fact, Lou once discussed Adam with me, but Alex liked the Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man type title so I went with it. Before our panel, Adam called and asked if I could […]

Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk; I Love You, Man)

| March 25, 2009

Lou Ferrigno (left) speaks with the Action Flick Chick (right).

At our sister site, the Ground Crew member known only as Codename: Action Flick Chick has posted a top-notch interview with none other than Lou Ferrigno. Check it out!

The Incredible Lou

| November 7, 2008

From greeting us with an apology for being “not green today” to impersonating Stan Lee and all the way through a lively Q&A session, he showed how important he felt it was that we “just have some fun” there with him today.

Dudes that Definitely Died

| November 3, 2008

Dudes That Definitely Died The following is a listing, nay, a memoriam. This is a first hand account, entailing men of honor, men with great strength, and most of all men with no names. These are the men whose sole purpose in their story is to die. Though they are not shown dismembered or impaled, […]