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Portrait of an Editor
Where comic book editors tell their story.
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January 29, 2019 03:18 PM PST

Here’s my interview with Kevin Ketner of Dynamite Comics. We had a good time talking about covers, scheduling, how exciting collaboration can be and also got his origin story. Second, you can now find Portrait of an Editor on Spotify. Just do a search and it will come up under podcasts.

January 15, 2019 03:37 PM PST

For the first interview of 2019, I caught up with Humanoids' Senior Editor Fabrice Sapolsky.

A year ago I spoke with him as he was settling into his new position as Senior Editor. He hinted a lot at the new H1 line then, and now he talks a bit more about it and its premiere this spring on New Comic Book Day. We talk about the other Humanoids imprints Fabrice oversees, Spider-Man: Noir, the roles of various creators on the H1 line, and how to maintain the passion for a project even though it might take two years for it to see the light of day.

December 19, 2018 04:54 PM PST

For the last episode of 2018, I have something a little different. Dexter Adriano has been an editor on PSYCH, ARROW & LEGENDS OF TOMORROW. Right now he's an editor for Marvel's AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

So today I find out what a TV editor does during his workday. We also talk about Tim Truman's SCOUT, having Roger Corman and John Badham for mentors, and not being perfect.

December 11, 2018 02:11 PM PST

We cover a lot: The controversies of Before Watchmen, Batman: Damned & Dead Rabbit and working through it. Also, self-correcting in our times, conventions, crime comics, DC Black Label's origin, and working on scripts with Brian Azzarello and Jason Aaron.

November 20, 2018 04:06 PM PST

I’ll say it again-- Over the past year, I’ve become a big fan of Valiant Comics. I thoroughly enjoy the events and characters that make-up their superhero universe, especially the conflicted protagonists of Toyo Harada and Livewire.

So it was a great pleasure to talk to Valiant’s Executive Editor Joseph Illidge about those characters, Stan Lee, Dwayne McDuffie and how Dwayne influenced Joseph’s approach to editing.

November 06, 2018 11:35 AM PST

My first interview with David Leach was packed with information.

Well, today's discussion surpasses the first one because in this interview David's passion for the comic book medium really comes out as he talks about his archival work on Flash Gordon and Jack Kirby's and Gil Kane's The Prisoner.

Also, we talk about budgets, agents, and the upcoming Blade Runner comic book.

October 23, 2018 03:05 PM PDT

In this episode, I finish up my interview with BOOM Studios’ Executive Editor Jeanine Schaefer.

Three weeks ago I released a bonus episode in which we talked a lot about hockey. You can still download that.

Today we get back to talking about editing comic books, the role of agents, FIREFLY, Jeanine’s mentor, and the music of John Grant.

October 08, 2018 04:44 PM PDT

During NYCC2018 I grabbed a pint with Mike Perkins and got a chance to ask him about his work on Green Lanterns, Iron Fist, Deathlock and what he thinks of editors.

September 26, 2018 03:10 PM PDT

Titan Comics editor David Leach provides a history lesson on UK comic books, especially some great behind the scenes stuff about Marvel UK.

In addition to that, David talks about editing humor, the most critical thing he looks for from his writers, and his general take on what an editor needs to bring to the job.

Finally, we talk a bit about the new Blade Runner comic that Titan will be publishing.

August 28, 2018 08:07 AM PDT

Continuing with PORTRAIT OF AN EDITOR’s focus on the WHERE WE LIVE anthology, Will Dennis discusses what it took to produce the poignant and vital anthology, his origin story, how New York fueled the comics industry, how diversity has benefited comics, John Carpenter's The Thing, and what about Jason Aaron’s pitch for The Other Side really impressed him and foretold Aaron’s success as a comic book writer.

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