18 Burst results for "Jeff Lemaire"

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"Read it and i was blew away and i was a subscriber ever set so i love and then when i actually dropped the who i love i love jeff lemaire when he took over the book after fraction left the series i i i started that and i dropped it. I had come from doing a green arrow. Run over dc anyway. I top where the trailer. I thought it was fantastic. I loved it. I thought love. Christmas theme loved the choice of music that they used in the trailer. And i did like kevin those die hard vibes. I also appreciated the damn kind of like. We knew kate bishop that there's going to be a mentor role but i love the fact that marvel was taken on like this kind of like mentorship role with hawkeye because we saw him be kind of like a mentor. And somebody that wander could really rely on age voltron. But i love seeing more of that and i love seeing his interactions here with kate. Bishop tupperware it. I loved everything that i saw here. It looks like it's going to be a really fun. Show like if. I compare like just the fun level in this. Show is an absolute tupperware. Survey it just looks like it's going to be a blast. You've got lucky. The pizza dog you've got you know the tracksuit mafia and i even think they're gonna be fun and comical just like they were in the comic book ron calling everybody bro and i just i think it's going to be fantastic. So let's do a breakdown of the hawkeye trail there. It's gonna be set in. I thought it was christmas of twenty twenty four. I'm wrong. it's christmas of twenty twenty three so basically in the timeline this takes place of course after endgame which was october of twenty twenty three next in the time line would be wanted asian which takes place a few weeks after then hawkeye and then falcon and winter soldier which was april twenty twenty four followed by spider-man far from.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Bad dislike a thing that gets done so often but this one has done really well it also features the fantastic four quite a bit more than i thought it would Because you know peter. Peter goes to the the baxter building for help when he's got this whole alien parasite thing he's dealing with inside the i think the last thing we saw was like a of out of effected reed richards. Choke slamming johnny storm while sibi uninfected ben grimm was outside fighting the avengers or something. Like that like okay. It felt like a fever dream which is trouble. Encapsulating sounds fantastic but it. It's very fun. i'm really enjoying it. And it's only five issues and she is coming out this week and it's gotta to be better sleep. I'm gonna miss it when that's gone of a you mike well for me. I've got a. I've got a great book. But before we get into that. I wanna shot at our district or folks that are hanging out with discord They are picks for this week for. It is picking the bleach one shot. That's coming out this week. Maybe came out this past week. And danny is picking pennyworth number one although in the chat Danny did say that. He wanted to change his pick to the bleach. One shot so i guess they're both picking the bleach one shot because Who else is exciting about tight. Kubo having more more manga. Because i certainly am. I'm also except for that. But it's not my pick for this week my pick for this week. The unbelievable unseens number one. This is jeff. Lemaire and tyler crook. It's a story about a comic book. Creator whose creation comes to life at a comic book convention and things are going to get weird because chur. let's just get a thousand percent meta. I'm fine with that More so than the black hammer series did on its own. So i don't know why this book needs to take place in the black hammer universe but it has like the black hammer universe title across the top. So i'm interested in what is being offered here that being said I mostly combine this book. Just because i want more tyler crook art in my life. I if you didn't get a chance to read the doctor. Weird miniseries that tether crooked with jeff amir highly recommend it if only because it is absolutely gorgeous The story is okay but the art is unwelcome believable. And it's it's probably one of the best looking books in the entire black hammer. On as far as i'm concerned the yeah but my pick this week is the unbelievable teams number. One at looks exciting. And yeah we're gonna take a quick break though and we come back. We're gonna be talking about spoilers. I think titled this on our discord. The spoils of spoiling spoilers. But we're.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Welcome to the boy series. Where i mike rapin discussed the netflix original series. Sweet tooth live on the. I read comic books discord stage with anyone and everyone who wants to chat every week. We'll be discussing one episode of the tv series in chatting about the comic of the same name by jeff. Lemaire originally published by vertigo comics. Now let's get into the show. As i have been joined by people in the past i'm consistently joined by my good friend. Danny danny s- thank you so much for coming back to talk sweet tooth episode five with me. Hey mike how are you. Yeah i mean we're part of the same animal army now so yes we have to call it now because it's no longer. The animal rescue team is just the animal army today. We're talking about episode five. What's in the freezer forty minutes long..

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"Headed doubting you look mama pasco hundred dollars go to really shitty way people as because most of this are really shitty white people so three quarters three quarters one technically. I know there's a weird fractures in there was like. was it like fourteen. Sixteenths down you being here. You make a real man right we try. We try to better fucking all right. So we've got. We've got two different even on nights yet. No no we're on different scenes from From sweet tooth. I one with do i mean might as well okay get type yesterday. Claimed abbott was that. I guess i'll do bear okay. I'll do bell who you mean you. Yeah all right. So start with the general abbott and dr bell. Seen whenever you're ready lowdown or don't yet hunters. yeah whatever. there really are two types of people in the wild they are people who simply let this dreadful ugly monstrous virus kill them and their loved ones husband's wives moms dads children is just like your two little girls. Yeah then you got soldiers people who i will really to do. Whatever it takes to beat this disgusting disease take back control reclaim humanity. I'm going to let you guess which kind of person i am. You're a monster. The real question as who are you. Who the muppets did a pair. Our next one is Is a short little bit with bear and jap whenever you guys ready. I guess i'm going to ask you raise sincerely. Why do you think they did it. A solid thing. Good thank you. i'm proud to be. did they. kid baby lamb to see if they could anyway. Does it even change anything. But it does doesn't it but it does not get it amen. Can you get one yard. I've literally been like. I downloaded all of martin. Luther king speeches and sermons. And i've been listening to them and so i have. I have very for bronco black man. I totally thought you. Listen to martin luther king sermon or speech like with the whole thing. That motherfucker gets raised full-time. She's oh yeah. I'm like holy fuck. You're just waiting. For the sam jackson line from pulp fiction. A sneak in there and was like would great then judson furious his way you did it though was more like coming to america like expect you to pull out a rag and like your jockey with no. I just thought it was. I had an or what's face walking. Dead which one. Morgan whole. I gotta do is clear. Oh he's back always have just got done with the race. Like oh coming for you. The walking dead The other one was it was the same thing. But in how back okay but back to sweet tea we digress. I can say especially with just how vast and well explained this world is in the first season. I can totally see a spinoff happening from this as well. And you're saying like essex is a is is that a spinoff series that no. It's a totally separate book. Jeff lemaire the creator. He's done a lot of kind of non superhero books and that's just kind of his world. He but he's done some dc stuff to he. Did a reboot of animal. Man's stuff like that but as county is kind of like more of like in the real world kind of stuff. Okay yeah well. This show is very like anti hero. Sorta like people who had kind of given up on society. Actually there's another series probably if the get from his stuff to get made He does this book called dissenter. A center that's image. That is all sci-fi related like that. Yeah so that would probably be the next thing to go. Invincibles well right. Oh yeah walk. Image walking dead. What i what. I wanna start off the second half really getting into is i'm gonna be leading on hunter a little bit for this. Is that the with what's happened in the first season in the series. Was there any kind of major changes to the story. Line Of the comic. What's weird is is that they got from point a to point b the same as in the comic but just different ways. That's the thing is that by the end of kind of the main for story arc in the comic. They're at the the Sanctuary But they go about it a whole different way in the comic but so when the last episode and everybody is gathering there. I was like okay. We still got there. Just pretty much in the comic gets jeopardy taking sweet they're directly instead of ending up there so and from the start. The sanctuary is controlled by abbott and last man. So yeah oh syn sanctuary being. What's what's her face some therapist. Yeah and she's that's a new character. There's that's the ones you were talking about. Where they had characters but i think for the sense of the show like the way was written in till i couldn't sell that that was something that wasn't sure. Yeah know what i mean and it made sense the the because they actually give you that small intro to her leading into the zoo the biggest character they definitely gave much more character development in From the comic to show is saying because the comic you don't he his wife's not there so by the time you get introduced to him. He has been doing this for awhile. he's broken. he's been experimenting on hybrids for years so he originally started not the he's he's kind of not kind of like race held captive like abbott has him but he has no alternative right now. It's just he's broken like here in the show. He has a motivation because of his wife. But there is just. What else am i going to do. My question is is he. The one that came across harvesting harvard's from the beginning or was he stood with still happen. hair down to him. He's just trying to figure out here. So yeah in the show from another scientist. Oh that wasn't necessarily the books. Because he didn't have a wife wasn't even necessarily somebody else giving him a vaccine. Yeah he's he's working with abbott. he's still kind of held captive. Like abbas like find a cure or else. Yeah well the added a lot of like nice little nuances to make you owe the deal with his characters. Really awesome because again. He's not i to say throw away you by the time you get into of. He's just raggedly gain and just like burnt the fuck out so this is like his origin story essentially showing how he became broken because maybe his wife does die. He doesn't come up with the cure and time and that breaks him to a point where he just he then dives deeper into this world to get away from the pain becomes a villain. You know he didn't have to be become the villain right. He didn't he didn't die on early. You know he lived. Say abbott and the book is more of kind of a small like gang then like this giant controlling army. That's like take the government is is in the show so that's a big difference too. Is that it's abbott in. like thirty. Do as opposed to like you know. We're this headquarters that we're going to this base and everybody's working with them in the show like the general is the fuck government. Yeah here's the full power of the government. The act the actor. Yeah i guess he is. He's the one and only like he's the he's the prime man but.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"The news media is a mess this week usa. Today's weekend print edition ran a front-page for netflix's new shows. Sweet tooth which i started over the weekend and really digging so far although can be tough to watch a points because the show which is based on a dc comic by jeff lemaire that began running. In two thousand nine is about a post apocalyptic world mostly taken out by a pandemic. So yeah a little too close to home at times. The other main element of the show is that right. Around the time the pandemic started human babies started being born as human animal hybrids in the comic and in the show these kids are basically treated like animals and hunted down by poachers. It's really gross in awful. Which brings me back to the usa. Today add their front page was completely taken over by fake articles about baby hybrids complete with photos from the netflix series headlines read things like hybrid babies born across the us and general calls hybrids a threat to national security activists. Fight back unless you were familiar with the show which let's be honest. Most people aren't or you spotted the infinitesimal label of advertisement above the articles. You could theoretically think this was real news. Perhaps you'd i think that usa today had gone the way of national enquirer before you started believing animal human hybrids had actually been born. But you know with the level of conspiracy thinking these days. I have to agree with gizmodo that this was kind of an irresponsible. Move on the part of both usa today and net flicks. Gizmodo writes quote many of the fearmongering stories about the covid. Nineteen vaccines have featured. Fantastical elements like microchips. That turned people into magnetized. Five g radio towers the sorts of things you might expect to see in a comic book and not in the conversations about a real world life saving medicine. This is part of what made the sweet tooth adversarial copies actual content something of an issue in its own right as the fake stories. Breathlessly described unbelievable. Human animal infants being born in maternity wards. Strange as the ads read. The reality is that misinformation on plays into these sorts of conspiracy tinged stories that stoke people's fears about society and quotes gizmodo points to the larger issue of journalism being undermined by down and mistrusted right. Now and how this ad unfortunately contributes to that gizmodo also points out the problem with this being the front page for some of the print editions even though a real front page was printed behind it essentially on the second page but so many people just look at the front page and make assumptions based on that it's like just reading the headlines or push notification on your phone which takes me to the other news media hot mess of the week. The new york times briefly published an article with the headline fields of watermelons found on mars. Police say if you clicked through you saw a stub of an article reading quote authorities say rise of fruit. Aliens is to blame for glut of outerspace watermelons. The fbi declined to comment on reports of watermelons raining down but confirmed that kiwis have been intercepted and quotes. That is an actual article that was published by the new york times yesterday. It wasn't a hack or late. April fools joke the new york times. Who removed it. As soon as they realized it was public says it was a mock article intended for testing their system and published in error. So in this case it was a total innocent mistake but again we live in a world where there are erroneous reports about all kinds of plant life being found on mars right now..

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"This is the pinnacle of humanity's capacity for evil. And it's just like it's just insane. And i i. It's kind of interesting. Maybe you have the same thought process. But i like independence like we were talking about. Because they're fresh they're new they don't have to try to keep with some continuity from seventy eight years ago but then something like this comes along. It's like well this is perfect. You pulled some great stuff from thirty forty fifty sixty years ago. Continuity in comics is equal parts of the best thing in the worse. Yes there you go because you could not tell this story with the same impact with like black hammer. No you couldn't tell this story with invincible invincib- well now you could well now you. Yeah but it doesn't have eighty year history. There's just not that kind of gravitas to it and you can tell those like you can like the the smart thing that jeff amir's done and black hammer and one day we'll sit and talk about black hammer that we can. We can definitely do that. But one thing jeff amir has done is he's given an idea of a history so we're you have black hammer's only been around five years maybe a little bit longer. He's built this whole world where you could believe that something that happened in world war two which is a story he told matters to a story that set you know a thousand years in the future and it matters now and it matters in like this quantum realm and it matters and he he's done jeff lemaire basically breaks every rule. I could ever come up with comics. He's he's just done the a also side note he's done a sequel slash retelling slash new telling of sweet tooth. And all my buckets. It is so trippy and it shouldn't be allowed like like jeff. Lemaire is one of is one of the preeminent comic book creators and he knows i exist by the way super humble brag. That is not humble. Anyway i can go on the history like you said it's the most the best and worst thing is to have eighty years of history to but jeff was able to pull from these iconic moments and bring back the the comedian with the iconic camera. I mean he used that predominantly especially in issue three of this and just had that look and poll from those traumatic moments and put some iconic characters. You know red hood robin whatever you wanna call him. Barbara bat girl batman altogether plus all those jokers so smart and jason. I'm just going to touch on this real quick one of my favorite selling points for the book every single panel on every single page of every issue of this three issue. Giant-sized epic a masterpiece. It's all like be best things. I've ever seen in one of the reasons that it took forever for this to come out is geoff. Johns and jason facebook both wanted it to be done before the first issue came out and then covid hit and everything you know everything got up but.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"Love these solo episodes doing these from time to time because it's just you and me talking about nerdy stuff before we dive right in though I want to do a shout out to a listener Matt. D. Over at the sixties Redo podcast, he contacted me about a previous episode and had some good comments about the choose your own adventure and some of the titles he. Enjoyed as a kid, one of them was a book called appointment with fear and so might take a look at doing one of those at a live event with Eddie. So thank you matt for listening and I'll put a link in the show notes to his podcast. It's called the sixties reboot podcast where they recast old TV series with a new cast for a new. Orleans. So thanks appreciate it, and if you want to contact me in comment about the show, you can do that you can go to covert ner dot net and see all the different ways you can contact me by. Or social media. So first topic is Jeff Lemere. If you don't know Jeff, Lemaire is an excellent writer and he has put out some great books like black. Hammer. More recently. But I want to specifically talk about one that I found called sender. And Sender is excellent book. It's about a young robots struggle to stay alive in the universe where all the androids and robots of an outlawed and bounty hunters go from planet to planet to try to find these robots. It's a heartfelt cosmic odyssey that pits humanity machine world against world. Creates sprawling space opera essentially, and it's an excellent book I highly recommend it. So December is the first book, and then a sender is the part two to the story I should mention that it isn't just Jeff Amir Jeff Lemere wrote it, but Dustin win is the artist. A love the combination of this it's it's great storytelling with a gritty art style fits the type of story that Jeff is trying to tell. Now you have descended that goes first, and then a sender is ten years after the December storyline magic has taken over the place of machinery that they got rid of, and so there's more magic than machinery and Mila the daughter of and Ian Efi from the previous book is what this story focuses on. In so it's a really good I highly recommend that they're still in the middle of a center part two of the story you can go get a collection of the first series book one and. On that and enjoy that is just an excellent story again about man versus machine. And you might have this and maybe you don't. But when I read something I can usually tell if it's good very quickly whether it's a book comic book or Podcast, you just can't stop consuming. This is one that you won't be able to put down like most of Lumieres work though it's excellent and addicting the whole future dynamic between robots and humans is fascinating to me and just fascinating to humans in general especially these days where is getting closer and closer to becoming more of. A reality like I said, the art is greedy and fits the story and like I said Gory December first and then chapter two is a senator. Also as I've said before I like a story that has a beginning and an end I don't know if Jeff is going to do something passed part to or not I I kind of doubt it. But at this point I, I like that has that conflict between robots and like how it has a beginning and it's going to haven't yet. I'll put a link in the show notes. So you can find more information about it but another Jeff Lemaire gold standard just like black hammer and some of his other stuff. This is really good stuff and I think you'll like it. Let me know go to covert dot net then you can email me contact me on social media and let me know what you think about December and a center. This next series isn't new, but it's new to me may not be new to you, but maybe it is, and that's why I want to talk about it. Because if you haven't heard of EC comics I, highly recommend you check out some of these old books. EC Comics is a collection from dark horse as reprinted these old comics most recently when you think about Darkhorse you might think they might be down for the count because they have lost a lot of AP's lately and I've talked about that in previous episodes. Simply put they've lost Conan Star Wars and several other AP's at they used to have and that used to be their main staple but they have black hammer, and then they have this one EC archives I think was an excellent thing to do is reprint some old comics but about easy comics entertaining comics more commonly known as easy comics. They were an American publisher of Comic Books Specialized in Hor Crime, fiction satires, military fiction, and science fiction from the forties and fifties. Notably, the tales from the crypt series. That's probably what most of you will know in one, fifty, four or fifty five though censorship prompt EC comics to concentrate on the Humor Magazine mad magazine. If you remember the comics, code of authority was spurred on from. EC Comics because they were considered edgy at that time. Now, you see was privately owned by Maxwell gains and specialized in educational child oriented stories early on later, it was owned by his son William Gains he sold the company in nineteen sixty and was eventually absorbed in the Kinney National Company, which was later purchased by DC comics or Warner brothers. So a little bit of history on where they came from but they were essentially it's kind of interesting. They were essentially the cause of the Comics Code Authority that we all know from the sixties, seventies and eighties until it was abandoned by most of the publishers in the late nineties and early two thousands. Isi had success. With its fresh approach pioneered in forming relationships with its readers through its letters to the editor and it's Fan Organization. So the letter from the editors that we all see in comics that was started by EC comics getting feedback from their fans also, EC comics promoted it stable of illustrators allowing each to sign his art, encouraging them to develop unique styles. The company had digitally published one page biographies of them in the comic books, which was a contrast of industries common practice which credits were often missing. So they really emphasize the creators and try to give them a little bit more push than they did normally. So again, these guys really pushed the envelope at that time. They were also known for their shock endings like weird fantasy number eighteen in nineteen fifty-three the story depicted a human astronaut a representative of the Galactic. Republic visiting the planet Sabrina inhabited by robots, he finds a robe is divided into functionally identical orange and blue races. One of which has fewer rights and privileges than the other. The astronaut determines that due to the robots bigotry the galactic. Republic should not admit the planet until these problems are resolved in the final panel he removes his helmet revealing himself to be a person of color which in Nineteen fifty-three America was shocking. Almost all of their stories had an Indian like this. They were around eight to ten pages typically each story. So not a lot of detail, but still they're able to a lot into those ten pages. Another fund series from EC. Comics is adventures into the unknown. One of the stories simply titled Haunted House might be a scooby doo episode. Then maybe Scooby Doo some of these inspiration came from this because a couple has to stay overnight in a house in order to get their inheritance from a rich relative the lawyer in charge of the estate tries to scare them out of the House so that they won't collect inheritance because in the meantime he was embezzling money from the estate and he made the House appear to be haunted by dressing up in a skeleton costume and of course. You have the reveal at the end where they find out. It's just a guy in a costume. It's a classic story and the art from nineteen, Forty Eight. It just screams forties and fifties and I love it. It's just so cool. Seeing some of this old stuff the time these were printed and written drawn. They were considered pretty edgy like I said this is before the Comics Code of authority. There's some panels where you actually see a guy getting strangle in these dead on the floor with his tongue hanging out which. Today maybe doesn't seem that edgy, but you remember this is early fifties late forties that was very edgy for that time talking about demons and other other things as well. I mean what a great idea though that darkhorse did in reprinting some of these old stories rather than create new characters, new stories why not go back seventy five years and retail stories that a lot of people have never seen before. This concept fits the same. Why recreate the wheel? You have great stories that hardly anybody these days has seen why not reprint them give a chance for new readers to experience and enjoy an old story. I D W also released a special limited run edition that features the best artists edition but I believe Darkhorse..

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"I had been in comics. I mean I got in common sense. Fourteen years old so I'd already been in comics for a while. At that point it wasn't anything new to me. what was newest having the responsibility of a series that Dick on me but prior to that empowerment and is this for a couple of years. You know and I'd end up like mini series. I done all kinds of stuff Before I got before I got on on the question. What was different was just the type of material Having that responsibility pushing that thing out every month when it was so different that's what was the challenging about it. My my memories of working on it and I've told people for was it was always stress so not a bad bad way but more on the like I have to make these deadlines. I'm constantly messing up these deadlines kind of way you know going home working on my drawing. Finally get it right trying to get any scripts or trying to get the trying to make these deadlines trying to survive. You know in Manhattan and whatever. I was trying to do at the time so my memories of of it is always getting stuff wrong. Like like you did this. You did that power. All you got to sequence wrong. Go back and do it again. Dennis Michael Danny and I have to go back and do it again until it was right. It was like it was like it was like all the rewards for for doing. The question came after doing the question. Certainly not during it wasn't torture but it wasn't. He was the question. Your first non marvel property that you worked on. Yes okay yeah it was the first non non non Superhero series that I worked on Gotcha and You know it was my second time working with Daniel. Neal was my editor on power midnight this red marble and then I finally get out from under that experience which was tough and I get over the DC. And I get offered the question and literally that Monday after Friday. I got the job Monday. I'm being walked over to an office and you're like okay. Here's a writer. And here's your editor. They opened the door. And it's Danny O'Neill who's a writer and I'm like Oh my God and it's Michael Editor and I'm thinking I'm GonNa work with Daniel. And she hates me all I got. Yeah it was crazy. It was Disagree is working with Danny again but Danny Denisov responsible for so much of what I am now that I can't even thank him enough him They were just Top in the best kind of way they were just trying to make me a better professional. That was it. I have to jump back to one thing that you said. And then we'll come back to the question and that was The fact that you got into the business at fourteen. Can you tell me what that comic was? I didn't do a comic at fourteen. I was an assistant got it so I worked for Yeah I worked for rich. Buckler when I was fourteen. Wow that was in high school. Yeah and I ended up working rich buckler and working with Guy Named Kim Landgraf and do rich rich brought me up to DC comics. That's when I met Garcia Lopez and Vinnie Colada and all the Joe Lando and all these people so I worked for rich for about a year or two and then I worked for Neal Adams. Wow now fifteen years old and I'm working for Neil Adams at continuity full-time some silly was that it was an internship program so instead of going to the High School Martin Design which is where I was accepted. I was working to kneel right after rich so I really was raised by these kind of guys. Yeah you absolutely. We're in a profound way. Yeah I was gray morrow all of them all these people. I would see them on a daily basis as a kiss incredible and I'm probably lasted got a chance to do that. Time to different now but back. Then there were big giant artist studios and you could go in there and work as an artist and they also weren't putting out comics every fifteen minutes so there was more time to learn right right and it was also a time where they were developed artists. So you wouldn't get right into the fire. You would get eight page by page stories. And they were working on you. Know the editors work on these stories with you until they were right and I said this before the way you knew you did. A good job was that they would never say you're great artists. They would just give you another script and that way you knew your data tested you got. You got a chance to do what you want it to do so. I kept getting new scripts. I was lucky. Yeah you're very lucky and obviously it paid off because your workers phenomenal. And you know that's why you have fans for over. How many years now come on? So I can't even think coming back to the question in twenty nineteen. What was that like? How did it happen well? I had drawn the question one other time before that. And that was for the Blackest night cross over. Dc thing that they were doing they're bringing back some of the classic characters. So I got a chance to do the last issue of the question Then we have stopped issue. Thirty five acts do thirty six ten years later Or whatever whatever it was you know twenty years later at that point So I did that and you know I'm like okay. That's it for the questions I'm done with it. Jeff Lemaire Reached out to me. He had been thinking about doing the question and he wanted to do it with me. we came up with a story pitched it to Dan to deal at the time you know he was the man and Dan totally rejected. It was a good enough. We had to come back. Come back come up with another story. Mostly Jeff me just adding some things to like. There's a good jeff that would be good. Jeff and We resubmitted it this time. Dan Liked it deposit. Dt Like me the book. So I get the first script and I'm saying there's going to be these cases. I know the question is question. Should I start to draw realize? Oh my God this might be the hardest stuff I've ever had again. I don't remember how to draw the question or like what what. What was I back then drawing all this stuff? I'm looking at all this all work. They what was who was that. Do this stuff. Because I certainly can't do this now and it was quite a quite a journey so hopefully I picked some of it back up. You know but it's like it's not like jumping on a bike and ask no problem. It's more like holy crap. I'm working on the last issues now. So it's easier. Well yeah because it's a IT'S A. It's a bike. It's you know you gotta get back on can write it again. It just got to get back on fall or ride real slow speed nowhere but it. It looks really really good and it's interesting because I wondered whether or not because some of Vick's morals. You wonder like those dated. But it's very interesting when it came back seeing him in the world now and the fact that he's struggling. You know that I think is very interesting. And also the metaphysical aspects like the dragon and the metaphysical aspect of his character are fascinating because he does not like that. He's very black and white Right doesn't understand it really so he keeps getting sucked into it and then he's like you know you get beat up in an IT's like. I don't believe in stuff and I'm getting my ass kicked by it. But even even your artwork changed like from you know the the cut and dry very rigid lines of his suit started changing when he sort of. I don't know what dragon gave him. But when he started tripping and really going into his his third is space even the artwork and everything. They're more fluid less lines within you well You know we purposely on the people even notice this. I hope they do but you know that. Yeah we did Jesse. Art The reflect his. You know state of you know Oh shit. I'm losing my mind going crazy. But more than that is between every issue like issue one takes place in present David issue to takes place in the West. We didn't entirely different style. Yeah for that. It's colored differently. It's wrong a little differently. It's inked builds so brilliant But it's like different. Look we're going for different look and then. The third one is completely different. Look than the second one in the forties and his all in like black and white film noir. Lots shadows You know trench coats rain. You know trench coats and and and and for door is and and and you know FEM tiles and everything old cars and you know just film noir a whole different look so we've been playing around with visually our representing these stories to between these issues. Yeah within the issue. How representing what's going on visually through thick. Yeah it's it's it's stunning and actually you brought up Somebody who I was just about to ask about. What was it like working with bill savage? I it's not like you've never worked with it before. But what was this like? Do you know bill and I have been working together for years and years and It's still I think really wonderful collaboration. I think that he enjoys it as much as I do Well maybe he enjoys it lesson. I do 'cause he's so great stuff always it's always so brilliant But you know I. I don't mind sharing. I like in working with bill to like being in a band in a way. You know. It's like being in a rolling stones. And you've got Mick Jagger Keith Richards writing songs and they're writing the best they possibly can but they're terrified to show to the band. Nettie goes the rest of the dudes other to make A. What is this shit when play rolling stones rejected? Which has happened? So I I've been telling people you know what my feeling is when I'm sending stuff into bill to ink is that I hope this is good enough for him. I hope that this rises to a level and inspires him. And you know I put as much work as I can in the time that I have in it and I hope that you know it's good enough for him to take it over the finish line and he doesn't send back when. What is this shit? I told my guy so far that that really hasn't happened. So but you know the the the key to successful successfully working with someone like bill is just to do your very best all the time you know. Just do your very best and and And then he does his very best you know and somehow we ended up where we are. I'm glad that people digging and digging into like thirty years or whatever so obviously it's amazing working with a legend like bill but not. This whole book is Gorgeous. Like the everything. Tell us also about what it's like working with Chris Saddam Yar and the rest of the team. What step in like well. Yeah I mean the thing with the question is I mean it's going I But LET'S START. Let's be really real. It's Jeff Lemire the writer. Who's done it? You know an awesome script. Then Is So such a pleasure to work on because he thinks visually That I get to draw great stuff. Then we get bill Who's you know my? My awesome crab later collaborator. But then there's Chris Sotomayor whose an awesome awesome color crystals work with us for years. I mean Chris Colored the Black Panther movie poster that we did and Chris Colorado a bunch of like you know the Nighthawk covers for marvel. He's done a lot of stuff and and we usually call on him when we need. Ace colorist and you know when this thing came up with the question. He was like the only one we really thought of to.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"To the corner. PODCAST with your host Chris Andy Palm here. Yup Folks we are here. It is time to Hit that part. Two of our Green Arrow cared a corner You know cared third corner where we sit there and talk about are some of these chemical characters that we've seen in we reading we've seen in recent TV shows movies. Give the the history on. We did part one of few weeks ago on this. You can find that one. We went all the way from Oliver's Queen's Golden On age appearance all the way up to his death at the end of wasn't my camera who was writing writing at the time. Right after the micro run right after grow in. Obviously this timed perfectly right after we kinda delayed a little bit. WanNa get right after the end of Arrow as well which is why we were even doing green Arrow to begin with the Cerro. Twenty twenty and Yeah so we're going to cover here we're going to pick back up with Kevin. Smith's miss run. We're not gonNA cover a whole lot. We'll talk a little bit about. I'm thinking we're going to separate episode. Maybe we'll do on some answer. Larry characters just in general the Connor Connor Hawke run basically takes up after Green Arrow one hundred for a while. This is significant amount of time. There comes a point when key. Kyle Waller the are all justice lawyers and they're kind of all legacy characters right right and so we'll cover all that severally maybe we'll do it like an episode on that legacy period like you said where is this is the new blood you get you get kyle. Wally and Connor are the new new Halle Berry in Oliver. So I think I think it might be except better because we do do a better just as we kind of cover that all that time here altogether. So we're GONNA jump right in with the Kevin Smith run Started what was that early. Two thousand. Yes yeah Now before we get into that I do so. We're going to start with that and they're all the way through the just finished a yesterday. The Riverfront of issue fifty which magnificent magnificent we part one but I really feel like after reading all all of this for this moment I say that to me. Green Arrow and Oliver Queen works best when he's a man of the ground right and he's at street level hero He feels way more out of place when he's on the Justice League needs fighting these world ending events. It doesn't it doesn't mean that worked for him. I think we'll get to talk about indie in indy crisis. Right like he's good for being conscious of the Justice League But overall he feels more out of place and I think it's also also because you have Batman there as well and I feel that after reading all this stuff and really getting into when they they're able to tell and we we just a little bit I right. They're able to do things with Oliver Queen that I feel like they would love to be able to some point. Do with Bruce Wayne Batman I mean but nobody wants to. Nobody wants to do that right. So you get things you get things like Oliver embracing family and things like that like it takes. It's a lot for Batman to really embrace that you know his psychic growing up like having the deal with with with Roy and that trauma a connor finding out he has a son being a father. Right all these things that you see these things over in the Batman sometimes but not not so little they go here right his commandments commitments issues with Dina Him in being the him going into in an losing himself into being Green Arrow. Like there's plenty of time to tell him. Don't be Bruce and and and to me. That is where you know. The separation between Batman and Green Arrow comes net like Green Arrow allows you to shows you what I feel like grin air is the more realism. Tak- awarded what the toll would be. If you were to be this this this vigilante doing this and the toll it takes on your own on you your family and in the kind of people you're around like it's it's a lot and we'll get into is like you said there. There are certain certain runs. I like more. Because they've focused on that and then there's like the first three volumes of the new for the two run which I did not like at all. No we will get into that. I think they without getting forward. What could we get to it? They once Jeff Lemaire takes over and again I is a recurring theme of Oliver. Queen always losing his money and Brooke offers the best Oliver Though. Because it's to see the way but it's like he is Roy Oliver it forces him to to not rely on the tools and gadgets and be him in. Do you know hit the street level and do this do the tree level stuff That made them to hear you is and I. It just works well so We'll run start with Quiver which is the return. Return of Oliver Queen. The one thing that stands out with this is chemist writing style the way he writes some of the other heroes is it can be kind of a departure from the way how you normally see it. Because there's there's some kind of comedy in there that you don't you weren't really expecting even Batmans kind.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"The I would. I definitely would still recommend it if you want some. Oh Good Scifi action. But Rene what about what books are on your list here. I guess the main one would be Samurai the tale of Haci Maru which is story worry by Masashi Kishi Moto and art by Akira. Kubo and this is Masashi motors new series of massage. Yuki Shimoda for those that don't know is the human being that created Naruto which is one of my favorite series and is very near and dear to my heart and getting all like misty eyed just thinking about anyway so basically Summer Samurai. A tale touch is basically Naruto in space but with Samurai. I don't hate in fact that's pretty much exactly what I want like. He knows me and like. Hey here's the thing that you dig and he's right. I absolutely did and it started out. Kind of slow unlike Naruto and because I think I don't really know why he started Out Very slow with this head is very different pace at the beginning. Took awhile for us to get the engine running. But now we're I think they've kind of hit their stride right now. And unlike Naruto was motive doesn't do all of the art infect the is done by Akira Okubo who was actually his assistant on one of his assistants on Naruto and I think he was as assistant for like nine years though so he gets it. Yeah yeah so basically like Kishimoto okay I don't know how the actual process but he probably does a pretty good rough draft and then Okubo just like fine details it but he he obviously does enough of the manuscript the script that day specifically give him is art by Him And this is not to be confused with the artist that does bertone which is Mikio Moto who was awesome assistant on Naruto and was one of the guys that actually was drying Naruto near the end of its Ron because Musashi Kisha motos kind of getting up there and so you know gets hard to write a weekly series like that right especially when you're concern for the author health but I mean she was still writing and it's still pretty good and you know it's it's been it's been good. I was really worried. I was really worried that I was like. Oh No is it. Is it going to be like edens. Zero which fairy tale and space. which I mean? It's kind of hard to follow up. Nortel Yeah like what did you do after Dragon. Ball Z. More Dragon Ball like twenty years after the fact though. Yeah Yeah. That's true miniseries. We'll he only did the art for Dragon Dragon Quest. He didn't do any of the story but he did. A mini series called San Land. I don't know if they actually came out after ball might have come out before. I don't remember how it was going to say. I know of another book that he did called Kawa but I think that might have come out at the same time as dragon but I can't remember. It's like a mini series little Goofy v Spooky Book. It's pretty cute but interesting in space but with Samurai Ninja Samurai. So okay okay you remember there. There was during the five Kaga summit in Naruto they go they go to the mountains. Which is the land of Samurai and everyone was like? Oh look how different. The design is for the Samurai. Everyone was like how dope would it be if there was a Samurai story after Naruto or something and he. I'm pretty sure that he should wrote was. I was listening. Because then he was like what if their Samurai and they're like half robots and they're in space in sprays. Shut up and take my money. Yeah yeah well. I'M GONNA plug in other MANGAS. Well that I just WanNa touch on because I know I've ranted about it nonstop unstop since I started reading it and it is the witch hat until earlier. Which is the most beautiful cute little book that you could ever read about magic in a world that is spectacular? An awful awful at the same time it's by sheer Hama and essentially it's about a little girl who finds this book that contains as she comes defined illegal magic and she casts a spell out of this book which gets the attention of these the the master which is in wizards of this world which is in warlocks? I think is the way that they described them and she gets taken away and she's going to basically have her mind wiped but a somebody steps in and says no no no we we just because she is in a born which doesn't mean she can't learn magic she was able to cast this very powerful spell. Maybe there's something more to her so this this This this war which I guess. He's he's called a witch because there are witches and warlocks. And there's some difference and I don't want to go into the difference. He's a witch and he's like I'll train her. I'm already training three other witches. I'll train her as well. And so as the story goes on you learn more and more about it the other apprentices and he lives in the place called an Attila and it's everyone has to wear. These hats designs in this book are very very beautiful. If you're a fan of the art of triangles he's A. He's a Western comics artist. I think you'll really liked this book because the the fine detail and intricate line work that triangles does is very much a thing in this book as well and I wouldn't say that the two artists Nestle even know each other but if you like that style you'll also like this book. I think that the the magic system in this in this world is very logical and clear and I love that parts of the book are just going Over how the magic works in order to say. Oh here's how someone cast a fly spell. Here's how someone would cast like a fire spell and so on so forth because each of the major elements of the world have different symbols and the size and the shape in the direction and all this stuff within the circle that you draw determines how the magic works in itself and it's very very clever and and it's almost like a logic puzzle in some ways the way that these characters in the book as they find themselves in these conundrums that how they get out of them with the logical way that this magic works is is really interesting and I haven't read the fourth volume but four volumes are out the fifth. One is coming out soon. It is a magnificent Manga that I cannot recommend enough after people. especially if you're looking for something fantasy oriented which I always am so highly recommend that one day code answer gets a subscription like jumped. It's GonNa be on it. They're going to have to quit western comics man. It's fucking problematic. There's so many things included Kodama that I'm like. Yeah absolutely absolutely. I want to read this but I can't. You know knowingly drop one hundred and twenty dollars right now yeah yeah just gotTa wait for one of those Catania sales on comics algae and pick them up for like three bucks a volume or something but still. It's really good stuff. I highly recommend it if you if you want to read some fancy stuff but yeah. Let's we'll do one more for each of us nick. What's what's one more book? You really enjoyed reading this year. Sure let me see now. Oh that's it pretty much hated everything getting. We'll do a quick round because we're kind of run out of tape here but quickly what's what's going to give you real quick pairing here of something current and something old. I've enjoyed what I've read of. The new Lazarus since switch to the quarterly schedule It's still kind of weird and I understand why a lot of books don't like it because it's just. It's hard to keep your book in in readers minds when you're showing up you know four times a year. It's more like oh I totally forgot and then there it is so But the quality is still there the the other thing I've I've really enjoyed. That's certainly not from two thousand nineteen but I happen to come across twenty nineteen is I've read most of most of my be. Pr Are D- reading has been in two thousand nineteen. I've again as I said before. I've thoroughly enjoyed that book especially the fact that yet Like some pretty like tough like devastating. Things have happened in the book but like being the book it is they've never Sort of tried to turn back the clock or or revert. Things certain superhero books. Do Everything seems very permanent and grounded Listen if you're trying to knock down X. Men right in front of me. Nick we'RE GONNA fight trying to pick battles. Yeah Oh yeah sorry guys. It's just the despite nature. Yeah but they have those those those would be to that I would definitely recommend. Obviously I loved Gideon falls but no one needs. Everyone's heard that a billion times over in early. Anyone needs to be like Oh Gideon Falls. Wow I heard about this. Twin peaks put some people have described as. Yeah some some ways. Oh I was just trying to get you mad. Actually oh well I mean Jeff. LEMAIRE IS A. He could God. He's be might be one of the biggest twin peaks fans out there. So Yeah Yeah Rene really quick with you what are what are two more picks fix an old one and a new one that you can throw it. I've got to issue new ones okay. Gopher cancelled series called me elation which is about a hacker that decides that. He's going to become come. The biggest bad guy in his hometown but he's decided that he's going to do this. So that no other like worse people come into the town and mess with it. So he's great logic there. Yeah so and he's he's a hacker so all of these things which are if basically if you like the movie hackers from and it's like even though it's modern technology it's also like I'm pretty sure that's not how that works but it was. It was really fun and it was a nice little adventure with like hints of Darker Tones. And stuff like that edit it. I kind of thought that was going to run at least a year and then it didn't but it's really it's really kind of fun. If you have a subscription to joe jump I would definitely read it. It's a nice little it's a nice little fun story And then the other one which is is still ongoing and it's called spy family and its story and art by Tutsi Endo Also I forgot to say nearly story by Tomohito Hero and art by Mizuki Iota anyway spy family by Tutsi Eddo is a story about a path assassin and spy pretending to be a family in order to rent war. What so it's basically a fictional of east and West Germany during the time that those existed but in But at the same time it's not really they're not really specific that like hey it's east to west Germany but they're also like we're also not saying it's not take all of the countries that are in Gi so there's little so the there's like a spy I can't remember what side out of the country. or which whether he Easter West..

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Looks relatively like getting up from Elmwood Thurber's Avenue in ninety five north little traffic up to rattle borough past one twenty three with your southern New England traffic John hamlet finally some clearing in the forecast which is powered again by Duncan you can enjoy all things pumpkin including coffees lefties donuts and more at Duncan here storm team ten meteorologist Kelly Bates your Friday forecast will include periods of rain it will be gusty all day long with a cool heiau fifty five for tonight rain some patchy fog it will be breezy with a low of fifty one ever Saturday a chance of morning rain otherwise cloudy with a high close to sixty I'm starving ten meteorologist Kelly Bates on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM fifty four degrees seven oh one question marks newscast from the T. J. Martell foundation in the fight against leukemia cancer and aids your support their support should say helps facilitate cutting edge research that could lead to more effective treatments and possibly save more lives visit TJ Martel dot org to learn more about music's promise for curing Ron hear the stories were working on today the worst of a powerful ocean storm is over for southern New England the nori Sir Brian heavy winds and rains as it moved along the coast leading to some power outages and ferry cancellations what's left of the storm is expected to move out by tomorrow Joe Aspinall is the winner of Thursday's democratic primary for the war tends seat on the Providence eighty council as banal who edged out three other Democrats in the special election says there's still work to be done one minor to represent this community grant day was the have another election in a couple weeks we have a general election so from today which is going to work twice as hard will face independent Jeff lemaire and November fifth.

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Was the have another election in a couple weeks we have a general election so from today which is going to work twice as hard will face independent Jeff lemaire and November fifth to take over the seat previously held by Luiz Aponte who resigned earlier this year the Providence licensing board is allowing the business were a deadly stabbing happened earlier this month to re open the federal hill based in our lounge can reopen today ahead of another board meeting that will make a final decision on the status of the clubs the licenses the who got loans will have to close earlier than normal police are still searching for the suspect Joel Francisco who's accused of fatally stabbing Troy pine on October second the route one ninety five redevelopment district commission is giving developer Jason feign one more extension to submit an application for a tax treaty fan wants to build the forty six story hope point tower on former one ninety five land in Providence which some have criticized for being too tall and hosting luxury residences the new deadline to file the tax stabilization agreement as at December first several extensions have been previously granted president trump says US troops need to come home from overseas we were supposed to be in Syria for thirty days we've now been there for ten years we were supposed to be in Afghanistan for short period of time we're now going to be there for close to nineteen years it's time to bring them home at a rally in Minnesota yesterday trump defended withdrawing US troops from northern Syria clearing the way for Turkey to move its forces into the region trump said that Turkey is now fighting against Kurdish forces who are U. S. allies against ISIS trump said he could perhaps a broker a deal between Turkey and the Kurds several lawmakers are asking the NBA to put its China activities on hold Tom Roberts reports China was angered after the.

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash higher here's the forecast is powered by Duncan pumpkin seasons in full swing so you can enjoy coffees lactation donuts and all things pumpkin at Duncan here storm team ten meteorologist Kelly Bates your Friday forecast will include periods of rain it will be gusty all day long with a cool high of fifty five for tonight rain some patchy fog it will be breezy with a low of fifty one ever Saturday a chance of morning rain otherwise cloudy with a high close to sixty I'm starting ten meteorologist Kelly Bates on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM thanks Kelli it's at fifty four degrees at six thirty one Kristen Marx's newscaster sponsored by indeed dot com which is used by over three million businesses for hiring it's where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions and then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard you can learn more and indeed dot com slash higher Ron hear the stories were working on today it looks like that powerful coastal storm has moved past southern New England at least the worst of it a nor Easter brought heavy winds high surf and reigns as it moved along the coast leading to some power outages and ferry cancellations the weather welcome to servers though like Aaron Grieco of Portsmouth who spoke to NBC tense good conditions where the wind is is coming from the shore to the ways and so it you can see the really nice coral not good conditions for thousands of westerly residents though who lost power according to NBC ten the storm also led to some downed trees but no significant damage angel as banal as the winner of Thursday's democratic primary for the word ten seed on the Providence of the council as but edged out three other Democrats in the special election will face independent Jeff lemaire on November fifth to take over the seat previously held by Luiz Aponte who resigned earlier this year two members of the Tiverton town councilor getting re called the Thursday elections on council president Robert culture and vice president Justin Katz lose their seats pending the results being made official the petitioner who filed the recall.

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Was the have another election in a couple weeks we have a general election so from today which is going to work twice as hard will face independent Jeff lemaire and November fifth to take over the seat previously held by Luiz Aponte who resigned earlier this year the Providence licensing board is allowing the business where a deadly stabbing happened earlier this month to re open the federal hill based in our lounge can reopen today ahead of another board meeting that will make a final decision on the status of the clubs the licenses the who got loans will have to close earlier than normal police are still searching for the suspect Joel Francisco who's accused of fatally stabbing Troy pine on October second the route one ninety five redevelopment district commission is giving developer Jason fan one more extension to submit an application for a tax treaty fan wants to build the forty six story hope point tower on former one ninety five land in Providence which some have criticized for being too tall and hosting luxury residences the new deadline to file the tax stabilization agreement as of December first several extensions have been previously granted president trump says US troops need to come home from overseas we were supposed to be in Syria for thirty days we've now been there for ten years we were supposed to be in Afghanistan for short period of time we're now going to be there for close to nineteen years it's time to bring them home at a rally in Minnesota yesterday trump defended withdrawing US troops from northern Syria clearing the way for Turkey to move its forces into the region trump said that Turkey is now fighting against Kurdish forces who are U. S. allies against ISIS trump said he could perhaps a broker a deal between Turkey and the Kurds several lawmakers are asking the NBA to put its China activities on hold Tom Roberts reports China was angered after the general manager of the Houston Rockets tweeted support for anti government protests in Hong Kong a letter from lawmakers to NBA commissioner Adam silver accused silver of not speaking out strongly in favor of freedom of speech those signing the letter include Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz and New York democratic congresswoman Alexandria Castiel Cortez Tom Roberts NBC news radio Pacific gas and electric has started turning the lights on for some.

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Jefferson Boulevard in one seventeen in Warwick was to and from work for Ruth for looking okay by French town road with your southern New England traffic I'm John Hammond thank John here's the forecast for the weekend powered by Duncan pumpkin seasons in full swing it's pumpkin galore at Duncan with coffee what does donuts and so much more to enjoy your storm team ten min urologist Kelly Bates your Friday forecast will include the rain it will be gusty all day long without cool heiau fifty five for tonight rain some patchy fog it will be breezy with a low of fifty one ever Saturday a chance of morning rain otherwise cloudy with a high close to sixty I'm starting ten meteorologist Kelly Bates on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM fifty four degrees and it's six oh one Kristen marches newscast from indeed dot com which is used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screening questions and they sort they review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more log on to indeed dot com slash high Ron hear the stories were working on today the worst of a powerful ocean storm is over for southern New England the nori Sir Brian heavy winds and rains as it moved along the coast leading to some power outages and ferry cancellations what's left of the storm is expected to move out by tomorrow Joe Aspinall is the winner of Thursday's democratic primary for the war tends seat on the Providence eighty council as banal who edged out of three other Democrats in the special election says there's still work to be done one minor to represent this community granted it was the have another election in a couple weeks we have a general election so from today which is going to work twice as hard will face independent Jeff lemaire and November fifth.

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

I Read Comic Books

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

"And then scholar call or something one of the thin. Guardians, like, basically, had suspenders on as a shirt. Yeah. That. Yeah. But in general, I mean, the art style and such it was. All right. I mean, it, it would be something that if I saw in one of today's books, I'd be kind of alarmed by, like, who is this person have been up and working for the last forty years or something, but it was fine. Yeah. I think what's interesting is that I think drugs are works really well for scifi stuff, because I thought that the invaders, they looked really cool like their helmets and their spaceship and stuff. Look, really cool. But his real life like in his his real life people in real life world felt more cartoonish to me. Compared to some of the scifi stuff they didn't. And then, that's I mean, that's whatever like I really like the way he drew, Martian, manhunter. I thought that was really great. But his humans looked kind of thought, as Saran looked really good, too. Yeah. Superman was pretty good, too. Aliens just aliens, only even if they left humans. Yeah. This is this is really interesting book. I mean, I think I don't think it's perfect. I think it's got a lot of stuff going for it. But it's clunky. I volume and I think if you read on you won't notice much clunky nece. But yeah, I mean I don't really have too much more to say about this. So we can we can wrap up right here guys unless you guys have any final thoughts. I just wanted to say that I happen to have read, Jeff laniers animal man. A couple months ago. Okay. Really glad that I noticed that this wasn't the same creator because I may have just reread Jeff laniers volume one and gone into this episode talking about that one and bent. Holy smokes. But Mike, I think that you've also read Jeff Amir's animal man. Do you feel like this series would flow into that series? All right. Oh, no. Not. I, I mean Nick I, I will, I will give Nick his soapbox to preach the gospel about that book in a second. But no, I think buddy, Baker feels the same. I think is son is a definitely a little bit different. Yeah. I think there's an, it's an interesting Jeff Lemaire take on animal man, feels very parallel university. It was like he knew he read Morrison's animal, man. And he knew who the character was and UC some parallels. But on the whole, I don't think that they're, they're very close at all side of them being called the same character and having the same powers. I think Lemere does a really good job of evolving. Animal man, emotionally and doing more to build some do some world building. Whereas Morrison was really trying to develop animal man, and do something specific about bad superheroes. I guess that's the only that's the only simple way, I can describe it just say that this volume really informed. A lot of the question that I had about laniers book slow like, okay, specifically, why the character design was the way that it was like his sons still has a mullet and his wife style. Yeah. Eighties. I did really enjoy seeing the daughter in this volume after all of the things that happened to her and Amir's run. She's just an innocent little girl in this the kidding. That's it. That's If it. you've read the Lemere run, you're not a fan of it, right? I don't even like people insinuating that, that's a joke. No. I actually love Lumieres run. I think that obviously, there's, there's commonality Lemere shifts in more into being in indie film, after if I recall exactly instead of stuntman, and of course, despite the fact that Lumieres version of the, you know, the new fifty two was much more about in integrated all encompassing very involved unified universe Lemere still kept his book fairly isolated as opposed to some of the stuff that you see in, in Morrison's where you have superman, and, and Marsha manhunter and the likes. And of course, I think he pivoted the book more towards horror. I would argue yet, which I think does eventually happen following more since departure. I think when Jamie, the guy who I wrote hell blazer when he takes over animal man the book. Give more towards horror unsurprisingly. Yeah. There's a lot that you can go with in Amir does that I think, you know, animal man has a lot of potential for that. Yeah. I mean I, I would say if you like if you even slightly enjoyed one of the two series you could probably, you know, put up with the other even though I know a lot of people have mixed feelings about travel forms art. Which, you know, that's it's too bad. You feel that way. I guess. No trouble form. I think is a very like divisive artist totally. And it's there's nothing wrong with not liking that art style, because it's very in your face. It feels really visceral compared to something like this, which feels very eighty s know. Yeah. Yeah. No, I agree. But yeah, I think I mean to Nick's point if you read one or the other, you probably get in on the other the opposite. Whatever if you read the eighties version read the new fifty two I think they're both really good jumping on for the character. I don't wanna say they completely, like art related to, you know, I was just saying that to make a joke Kate, but I think it's interesting to see to take on the same character in same like similar origins. And it's good. I dunno. It was really good. Comparison, I think having read the animal man from the navy to made me wanna read the this version. I think I enjoyed it more because of that. So maybe this Romeo really changes up the family dynamics to argue it's not as much about, like, the, the kids feel very much like an AB sitcom where it's oh man dad, you're the worst or whatever. And then track so Gotcha. Well, let me know if you guys keep reading this, I mean, I don't know Nick, if you've completely read through all of this, but Kate, if you read it as well. Let me know because I'd be interested to hear your thoughts as the story progresses. I.

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"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

12:40 min | 3 years ago

"jeff lemaire" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"They do on steaks buyer. But that's only on Marvel's digital app. Right. Yeah. But you can link it to your comics allergy. Oh, you can. Well, here we go. I can't believe I haven't read this. Civil war to Brian Lingle Bendon. Issue zero. That's that's it right there and look at first civil war and look at the lady on the front, captain marvel marvel right on the front there ironman, Carol danvers, look at her in all her mohawk glory. We got a number one here. Deadpool last days of magic number one a cover with doctor strange. Pool dug and again, that's a good. That's a good cover a number one. Here. We got one the electric old, man. Logan. All my jam number six read all that. Yeah. That's a good book. Lemme here you need to so Jeff Lemaire that is Jason Edmonds favorite writer. Yeah. And I he's good. He's the reason he's good because he's good. If you know what? I mean, here's another one another doctor who it is Matt Smith. This is actual not a free one. This is one I would pay for it number nine. This is the eleventh doctor adventures year to Matt Smith cancelled the C to he's not going to be there, Jerry, I got so many more. I don't know if you guys are interested in this. But I'm going to keep going keep going. This is this is going to give you guys a little insight on the amount of books. Chris gets monthly DC bombshells number thirteen letter. So that's to a month for that one. I guess I don't know Star Wars number nineteen. Cool cover. It was collecting that for awhile, and then stopped it. And here you go the Charles soul Charl daredevil number seven. So this must be two months worth account books. It has to because I got another head pull here number twelve. Why would they send you two months in one month? Sometimes they do that. I don't know why. I don't know why they do that either. Because you buy monthly. I don't know what's going on with this month. I another DC bombshells. Was this was this open before you brought it here. Yes. So you probably just stash some books in this kind of. DC the enemy laughs when you loaf. DC bombshells with a Harley Quinn on the front one fifty five Walking Dead. Oh, another Walking Dead. That's a good cover that is cool Kover. Yep. Here we got civil war number two issue as you want. Oh issue one. What is that the same one yard ahead out that was issues zero? Oh, okay. This one has ironman going toe to toe to toe with captain marvel. Brian, Michael, bundy's, the man we got an amazing Spiderman number thirteen how we had another deadpool. Number thirteen. Chris is a four issue crossover in one Pat look off thickness book, it is huge. It's gotta be a hundred English issue. It's a deluxe. And we got old man. Logan, number seven. So it has a good one definitely too. I do have all of those. That's it. That's what's in the box, Jerry. Wow. That's incredible. Those so have you read all those old men? Logan's. Nope. Oh my gosh. Chris I don't know what's wrong with me you need to learn. How to read I gotta get back. And these are two thousand sixteen books come on. Chris. What are you come on Christopher? So these will be other things you need to do. He's will be bagged and boarded. But I think this is the thing we need to get back into his reading comics, even if it's just like one you can read one comic in a week. Right. I mean, definitely. Yeah. Because I read because it takes like ten minutes. I read like eight books today. Yeah. It's a hard. So. It's so fun because I haven't done it in a while and get on these you do to obviously in everybody. Does you get on these sprees where you just don't wanna read anymore? It's like kind of work. It's easy to go home and just sit on the couch and let the TV tell you things, you know, to physically read something takes a little bit of mental energy and awareness. You know, you can't fall asleep to reading right. Even though I do I do that. I literally will fall asleep reading a book, but like a novel. I will do that to comic books are different because you're. You're reading words, but you're also like reading the art, you know, what I mean like you're looking at the picture and putting the story together in your head. So it's a little more interactive. I feel like to your brain. And I really love it. And today it like hit me like I need to need to get back into this. Where did you do all this reading today? Oh at work because I got a lot of my like the main work ahead to do. I did it right in the beginning. Right right early in the beginning of work, and it was raining a lot, and there was not much to do outside because it was raining. It wasn't going to stand out in the rain. I didn't make anybody else. So I did that. Let's keep that on the download maybe don't put that out into the universe. Right. And anybody that works with me? Don't listen to this episode? Yeah. I don't care comic books for everyone. And I think everyone I won't yell at anybody at work. If you're reading comic book. Fair enough. How about that sounds like plan? Yeah. So. Anyway. Yeah, I get into these tangents where I don't read for a long time. And then all of a sudden, I see because there are so many books that come out every week like hundreds and hundreds of books out every week so difficult it's so hard to keep up with all this stuff. And when I when I see books like this where you have old man Logan, just sitting there never read never looked at never opened crisp it. Larry hurts my soul that you haven't looked at that money. Does Eminem's spend on chemical advertising because they're in the back cover of every comic? Yeah. Ooh. Speaking of covers so Justice league, the sky at night or in this old man, log it is incredible. Isn't it incredible? Yeah. Amazing. So Scott Snyder has a run of Justice league. And in issue came out where they have three different covers. But it's it ties together. So the same issue has three different covers that they put out. It's not like variant covers it's the it's this issue. But you like almost have to buy all three issues to put the covers together to make one big scene. Oh, that's cool. It is really neat. Scott Snyder, put it up on Twitter. Good old comic book. Gimmick. Covers. Isn't that? Awesome. I think it's awesome. It's just make you got to buy all three exactly. And there was a guy that posted a picture of it. And he's like, are you really even a comic book lover if you don't buy all three issues, and he's right? You should probably if you're going to do it. 'cause like today like those I was looking at the Lazarus books. I already have all of them. But I was looking at some of them what they cost a dollar twenty nine write a book twenty nine zero you love Lazarus, right? You got them digit. Do you have any of the book trades? I do have I have single issues up to like fifteen or it's double digit that I have single issue. But I ended up see don't you like meat. You must not be like me when I find like a run a comic book, love them. I like half to own the single issues. Like, yeah. I don't know. How long I've been trying to collect saga of swamp thing. So hard oh heart to do. Yeah. That's that's a lot of books and it expensive books, right? Some are expensive at all. But no, but then tire run are pretty pricey just because. But like, you know, like the dead shot for series four book miniseries from the nineties. I had to have that you know, there's this a lot like a lot of daredevil. Unfortunately to me the the miniseries and the shorter runs. Our are books that I want to have single issue. But like the the long like the Batman the Tom king Batman run that is on issue number sixty seven. I don't know. Like, do I wanna buy sixty seven individual issues, and then by the volley the trade paperbacks to and no new. But like would you go back and by the court of owls, Ron I wish you well. You know what I mean? I would do that. I hear exactly I have all I do. I that is a have all of them up to when they started. I can't remember what it was called when they started with. Commissioner Gordon ended up being. Or something in that like metal suit. And that's when I I had that issue, and I was like don't want this anymore, and I stopped it right away. And that's fine. But I do have every issue of court of all city vowels death of the family. Well, I'll say I don't collect nearly this much anymore. I think now mostly I'm getting I always get daredevil and deadpool so you are in. So then you probably arguing that daredevil. No for sure. Yeah. It's the the covers of those actually it was just I don't know where daredevil is now in numbering one. Okay. I just bought bagged and boarded that the other day the one let me pull up the no it is that when you posted on. Yeah. I just bag that either. Yeah. It started over again with chips at our ski at number one. And like to actually I was gonna post it when I was doing it to Instagram, and I to like I said number three comes up next week. Yeah. So and I'll probably post something about that. But it's kinda cool that I went back and following these because my big problem right now with my comics is they're not in alphabetical order. So I need to go through and do that. Because generally a box gets full. And then I started new box and then stuff gets all discombobulated. So if you get this thing if you get these sorted out. We're we could potentially be people that go to these cons with long boxes and try to sell things and have these huge boards. Put up a volume comics, boxes and stuff. You don't. You. Don't realize how many freaking Cowan cooks fitting along box author so many that can fit in like those giant ones. So I probably have like. Six long boxes. I have a lot of comics. And it really puts it in perspective. When you see these guys at these shows have hundred of them. Yeah. One hundred long boxes and a big stand behind him of the collectible real collectible ones. What are we going to buy? What are we search out? What's our what's our goal here? One hundred percent. I'm getting the the swamp things there will be so much more this show. I know last one. So the swamp thing number seven with Batman on the cover the first Batman. Yes. That one it's going to be if we can find. Yeah. If we find it. I'm just saying don't let me not buy it. Yeah. What was the last one? You didn't buy that one that one that that book and it's haunted me ever since. And I've seen it. I've looked at it on EBay like thirty seven times. And I never bought it. Because I knew we were going to see too easy to. And I was like I'm gonna buy it at a con-, it might cost me more money. But I just buy it right here. I nine dollars and sixty cents USD. Yeah. But probably bad quality. That's what I was going to say is that near near mint, very fine near mint. Because I'm going to get it. I'm going to get both of those. Well, you got to keep in mind. It's worth about thirty bucks to have it be graded or no, I don't I'm not. I'm not collecting that to be got about grading. I need to get all my dare-devils graded. You're going to bring him. I think so because they'll be there. You know? I know I gotta look that up. I feel like at this point. Now, I haven't got my ducks in a row for that. So maybe I'll just wait till wizard. You got all day tomorrow. Yeah. I'm really busy tomorrow. Snow just ignore all obligation. This is your life. Chris probably going to have to close your businesses. Well.

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Shane Black The Predator discussion

Talk Nerdy to Me

08:06 min | 4 years ago

Shane Black The Predator discussion

"Hey, listen. Not with me. Happy. New con- with big is Troy from talk nerdy to me with your daily Noubir giving you all the news that's fit to know. We're going to start with statues. Sideshow prime. One studios has new logo deluxe statue out sting is a monster is thirty nine inches tall. He has couple interchangeable handing down his laser rifle a shotgun orange us, behold a cigar. The other hand, of course has his icon of chain in hook. This statue also has dog between his legs down here at the bottom. And if you know logo, you know he loves his space dolphins and those are on the side there. Movable it is a huge statute limit. Seven hundred fifty pieces made the price is going to be up there. It's a one thousand eight hundred ninety nine. You can pre-order it right now is coming out the end of twenty nineteen beginning of twenty twenty and. They have a payment plan so you don't have to pay it all at once. You can make payments. Okay. If you're near a local comic shop that has is going to be participating local comic shop day, which is going to be November seventeenth. They have released to the special comics are coming out. Local comic shop day usually has exclusive comics for those participating stores. One of those is alien cz three, William Gibson's alien, three, unproductive screenplay. That in the I'm looking at it, the cover looks pretty good. It is going to be a part of one of the alien things that were not produced good story. The another book that was leased was image. Comics is going to be putting out a hardcover collection of the first six issues of Gideon falls by Jeff Lemaire. Getting falls pretty popular comic special. You can pick it up exclusive collection in hardcover. That's hard to pass up. So comic shop day go to your local comic store in CBO picking up November seventeenth, which is a Saturday, no skew should work. Video game players the WWE to k nineteen. His revealed some of their roster if you like the old eighties, nineties throwback, wrestlers you're going to be very happy, the WWF WCW era. They're bringing in. Tons of the old care designing rowdy. Roddy piper. Jake, the snake Roberts Ted DB Ozzy the million dollar man ultimate warrior ravishing Rick rude, Mr.. Perfect. DP Bret Hart leader and Ricky steamboat dragon, just the name of few. They are saying they still have a few more to announce for this than game will become an out Tober fifth. So if you're a wrestling video game fan, you don't wanna pick up w w e two k nineteen on October. Fifth. Stephen King fans, you're good. You're getting a lot of Stephen King lately. Well, they're doing some more. They're going to remake pet cemetery. If you're familiar repet- cemetery, that's the the show where the guys kid this year be spoilers books out forever and so's the first movie guys kid is he buries him in the. Indian burial ground which is supposed to bring them back to life and it does, but it brings them back different something wrong with them. So just looking at how they upgraded it from the first interruption of the movie that came out to the one just killed it. The box office is past year. I'm thinking pet cemetery will be the same thing. It's they're saying if he loved the book ago, the movie. So I'm thinking it's going to stay pretty true to the story. It was a very, very freaky. Scary book. I can't wait to see how they're going to make this modernize pet cemetery, but we'll have to wait till April fifth of twenty nineteen to see this movie. Okay. Gnocchi been reading affinity wars. You've seen that they have a kind of. A weird offshoot from that cone, Infinity warps were Gamarra's. She's gotten them vanity stones, and she's kind of folded the universe in on itself. And a lot of the characters have been combined merged as you had cabinet. American doctor strange were merged form soldier supreme thorn. Ironman merged, have iron hammer, and they revealed a new one. Just the other day wolverine was merged with Emma frost. His appearance didn't really change much still has the wolverine look except the. He's got the blonde hair a got the Pat. He's wearing a passionate like he did when he was when he was patched. I patch. The big differences you tell him his speech patterns is much got much more manners speaks more eloquently, but those still moving in, he gets his rage every once in a while. So if you like the idea of them merging two characters for a new one. There. He go Infinity warps with a p. they're doing and they've got other ones too, like they have ghost panther weapon Hex. Wolverine is not the only one to get merged bunch of our if that's your thing than you want to pick up infinitive warps. Okay, Batman. If you've been reading Justice league, you saw Batman is just been decimated. I mean, lex Luther. When he had the totality doorknob, he crushed Batman, broke all his arms legs. This left him in a bad way. And you saw the last Justice league issue. He had a a full body, armor suit that allowed him to keep moving around even though pretty much most the bones as body were were broken. He's gone one step further. Now he has his own little hover wheelchair. So he looks a lot like professor x with a big bat symbol on his chest. Sure. He's still pretty deadly. Even with that full body armor, he wolf to bunch of of legion of doom. He was pretty instrumental and then justly getting the totality away from lex Luther on. Now, he's taking easy. He's he's sitting instead of standing. But this, this hover chairs pretty armored up. I'm sure he's got it full of all kinds of weapons. So certainly Justice league. You're gonna see a bad just won't stop fighting and they're getting the totality transfer out how to get it to fix the source law. 'cause it's supposedly a battery used for creating universes. So they to figure out how to use it to fix our multi-diverse. Justice league Scott Snyder for you going with this. Don't worry that one to you. Okay. Harvey awards, their New York Comecon. They're going to have the presentation of twenty eighteen hall of fame in duck dis. It looks like there's only two of now, Dave Gibbons, if you tell me that's because he was the artist on the watchman. Alan Moore was the guy with the story. Dave Gibbons brought it to life on the page. He's at other stuff, but that's what is most known for. You know, he doesn't work on green lantern give me liberty and Kingsman, but he's getting a Harvey award at near Comecon during the thirtieth an award ceremony, October fifth. That's going to be end all bras chest. Yeah. Ross Chaz is going to get an award also. She'll be inducted. She did a lot of work for the New Yorker. She's also received the Reuben award, which is a pretty high award. So we've got those two pretty prominent people being inducted into the Harvey awards hall of fame, they both deserve it. Congratulations. The Oscars. There's

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