Nov 13, 2020

The Comic Book History of Animation: Fred Van Lente Interview

Fred Van Lente returns to the Cube to talk about The Comic Book History of Animation (00:00:20), the play King Kirby (co-written with Crystal Skillman) (1:06:06), and his stint on Spider-Man: Brand New Day (1:10:00). 

   

Read Fred Van Lente's stint on Spider-Man: https://amzn.to/38tEbE7

1 comment:

Arthur S. said...

Fred van Lente has certainly become a little more extreme in his views.

Like around the time BND was winding down he said this:
"One of my favorites I did was the #605 story of Mary Jane solo. I never really got the appeal of the character until I started writing her, and she's so tough, self-deprecating and fun, I can see why the readers fell for her. And in that issue I worked with Javier Pulido for the first time, who knocked the Sandman arc out of the park."
https://www.cbr.com/cci-days-end-the-webheads-on-amazing-spider-man/

Whereas now he makes it sound like MJ was someone he was forced to write.

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