Posts Tagged ‘Justin Tyler’

Jordan White came back to the couches of Comic Book Club this week to talk about life as a Marvel Assistant Editor. He’s currently working on a ton of titles including my personal marvel favorite Skaar: Son of Hulk. He really had a lot to say about his new project The Age of The Sentry, and even brought poster art signed by the artists working on the title.

I actually ended up winning the poster, I’ll be sure to post pics soon. It’ll be the first decoration in my new apartment. Thanks Jordan!


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This week’s Comic Book Club featured Jon B. Cooke and Andrew Cooke. Two brothers who made the documentary film Will Eisner: Portrait of A Sequential Artist. The film is basically about Will Eisner and his life as a comic book artist.

Since Alex was still twittering his way across France on his Honeymoon with Booth Babe (now known as Mrs. Booth Babe), hosting duties fell to Justin. The energy was a little different without Alex, but Pete was more than up to the task of providing a springboard for debate with the Cookes.

I also threw the pictures up on my Pulp Secret Flickr page. You can navigate there by clicking on the flickr widget on the side bar of the blog here (to the right).


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So we got a coupon for a loop on the big screen jumbo-tron in Times Square. Here are a few pics of Justin shooting the promo. Be sure to check it out if you pass through Times Square in the next couple of weeks!

I also made it over to see Justin Tyler (Comic Book Club and The Stack buddy) perform with his comedy group Sidecar at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Finally. He’s been sending me Facebook invites for months. Just kidding.

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Pics have been posted from this week’s Comic Book Club at the PIT (Peoples Improv Theater). This week we got together with our buddies Josh Bernstein and Jeff “Jahfurry” Newelt. We hadn’t seen the guys since San Diego Comic Con, so we caught up and talked about their current Royal Flush Magazine project as well as Jeff’s Heeb Magazine project. During the Stack the conversation about X-Men drifted to a talk about humping in comics (be sure to check it out on the podcast, yikes!). Something about Scott Summers and the White Queen I think.

Be sure to check out Royal Flush Magazine and Heeb Magazine! And enjoy the pictures.

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Lot’s of buzz around here about The Stack’s impending hiatus. I actually found out from Justin one of our hosts. The guys will continue to do the show on their own, they just won’t be doing it for Pulp Secret or Next New Networks for the forseeable future. There are good chances as with many good performers that the guys will return to NNN broadcasting in a different show format, but it will be months before anything gets done (if ever). It’s been a lot of fun working with them on the show, but there’s still Comic Book Club Live! at the PIT (People’s Improv Theater) and their Youtube Channel.

In the meantime I’ll still be spinning out our SDCC footage on a regular basis to fill the void.

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In case you missed this week’s awesome edition of Comic Book Club Live we’ve just posted pictures of the melee. This week’s show featured Arvid Nelson (Rex Mundi), Jesse Falcon (Marvel Toys), and James Asmus (X-Men: Manifest Destiny). These three guests brought a lot of energy to the room. Jesse talked about Marvel’s upcoming toy releases including some awesome Spider-Man and Iron Man 3 quarter figures. James Asmus openly admitted that Alex, Justin, and Pete were responsible for his job writing for Marvel. Arvid talked about his experiences trying to survive in the difficult world of indy comics. Be sure to check back for video of the evening soon. In the meantime, enjoy the pictures!

Just click through for linkage to our flickr site.

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Pictures of the latest Comic Book Club are available on our Pulp Secret flickr account. This week featured guests Chris Giarrusso (Mini Marvels) and Nate Cosby (Marvel Comics Editor). You may remember Nate Cosby from one of our New York Comic Con episodes of The Stack (you may also recognize frequent Comic Book Club visitor Jordan D. White!).

Enjoy the pictures!

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