Bullpen Bulletins Podcast

And no sooner do I post that, than the Bullpen Bulletins podcast interview comes online. This one is mostly about comics, and I think it's quite a fun and rather in-depth interview. Here's how the guys there are blurbing it...

Gallifreyan transplant Paul Cornell drops by to chat about his Marvel Max miniseries, Wisdom, his work on the legendary, long-running BBC television series Doctor Who (Jelly baby, anyone?), Fortean subjects, and much more! After Mr. Cornell warps out via TARDIS, we finally come to terms with our experiences at this year's New York Comic Con, assisted by the one and only Dave Wachter of Scar Tissue! Over the course of the three-day event, we managed to corner great writer of stuff, Peter David, Mr. Web of Spider-Man, himself, Alex Saviuk, and good ol' Frazier Irving from Silent War! Also appearing: Chris, Sal, and Tom from Around Comics! Doombot! Domino Blue! Rick Gordon from the Pop Cult Online! Many Miguels! Matt S. from Comic Timing and That's What She Said! Pat Loika, the Awesome Sauce! Joseph the 4th from Australia! Dave Wachter delivers a stunning, tear-soaked rendition of Captain America is Dead by listener John Osborne! Listener email! All this and the usual dose of potty humor and pop-culture craziness that can (thankfully) only be found in one place: the Bullpen!

http://bullpenbulletins.libsyn.com/rss

Or go find it on iTunes. And no, I didn't quite know which bits of that to treat as titles. 'Gallifreyan transplant?' But do check it out. Cheerio.

4 Response to "Bullpen Bulletins Podcast"

  • Jonquil Says:

    "Gallifreyan transplant"?

    Check the hearts, man. Somehow "second-to-the-last Time Lord" doesn't have the same ring.


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    Indeed. Yes.


  • Luis Abbadie Says:

    Huh, well, at least Wisdom is one of the subjects so I'll ask here; Gods know I tried to wait until you posted about it, but I'm impatient, so sue me...

    What the sod happened to Alistaire Stuart??? It was weird enough that Portacio and others turned him into a Schwarzennegerian guy back in X-Force during the Ellis run, but now he's old??? I was starting to think I'd missed something, but I just saw him pictured along with Wisdom in a Civil War watchacallit book, and he looks his young old self (that didn't come out right...)

    Anyway, other that that, this keeps getting better, and it looks like Manuel Garcia finally got the feeling for the book. If Maureen gets killed off, I'm gonna need a Gallifreyan transplant myself, though.


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    I'm always happy to have comments about anything on the latest post. I'm not sure what happened about Alistaire. I too assume that there's continuity there that I've missed. Certainly, I expected him to be his young self.