A Conversation with Jamal Igle
CGS: Episode 135 (May 11, 2006)
Who draws a mean Alan Scott? Why Firestorm artist Jamal Igle of course. Jamal is a hell of a nice guy and a friend of the show and in this episode we have the pleasure of talking with him. Hear all about his love of DC and his ongoing quest for artistic perfection. (1:39:25)
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Listener Todd Lamay's Currency Wiz.
(01:57) CGS Mailbag
Marcin Wolynski sends Bryan the Groo card Game; writer Mike Oliveri sends copies of Werewolves: Call of the Wild #1 from Moonstone.
With Firestorm artist and CGS listener Jamal Igle. In this fun conversation, Jamal talks about his family's love of comics, his unpublished work with Majestic Entertainment, starting to work professionally during the speculator boom, his artistic choices, landing Firestorm, the East Coast Black Age of Comics Awards, product placement in comic art, his current reading with brief thoughts on Civil War #1, the possibility of a Firestorm trade and more.
(1:08:42) Stump the Rios
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(1:11:18) Quarters in the Jar
Listener emails from Braxton (complete with subliminal messages); and from Jeff Carter; and a voice mail from Bill Beechler weighing in on the violence in comics debate.
(1:22:38) Off the Rack
Our reviews on Spider-Man: the Other, Iron Man: Armor Wars II and current issues of Hawkman and Simonson & Chaykin's Hawkgirl.
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