This episode is comprised of the interviews I conducted at the 2013 Superman Celebration between Friday, June 7 – Sunday June 9, 2013. The time stamp for the beginning of each interview is in parentheses.
– Bruce Scivally (15:45) is the author of BILLION DOLLAR BATMAN and SUPERMAN ON FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO & BROADWAY.
– Brett Breeding (24:16) Superman inker during the 1990’s.
– Ron Frenz (35:43) artist for Superman in the mid to late 1990’s and Spider-Girl artist in the 2000’s.
– Chris Sprouse (52:22) artist of the backup stories in the New 52 ACTION COMICS Grant Morrison issues.
– John Read (1:10:04), curator of the ONE FINE SUNDAY IN THE FUNNY PAGES exhibit of over 100 comic strips, all published on the same day. His exhibit will be on display all month at the Bay County Library in Panama City, Florida during the month of August 2013. He will also be a guest at CreativeCon on Saturday, August 24, 2013, also at Panama City’s Bay County Llibrary.
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