It's taken a lot to bring this documentary together, and we've certainly had a lot of help!
Most of the time we don't even ask, you just know we need you. Your helping hands make you our heroes, and while not all heroes wear capes, they definitely have initiative! In our last blast, Terrificon was looming on the horizon!
Although it may be just another Comic-Con to you... oh wait... we can't say that anymore... actually, we can't afford to say that.... hang on...
Man, oh man, that damn To Do list! It can be extremely useful.... if only you had some magical enforcer that made sure nothing else could interfere. Grab your red pen and get ready to scratch things off! First we'll go back in time to what we've done, then give you the highlights on what's coming up next! We might as well cover the worst of the news first - the passing of Steve Ditko. A lot of you reached out asking "what now?" Over the past few years, Jackie did meet with St
It came together fast. TerrifiCON's founder Mitch Hallock said that legendary writer Roy Thomas was interested in doing an on-camera interview for the doc when he was here in Connecticut for the show. Great! But...would our schedules allow it? We reached out to Roy's manager, John Cimino to coordinate with Roy's schedule. There was only one possibility: early Friday morning August 18th, before the show opened AND before Roy had to make his scheduled appearances. Perfect! We c
You bet! We can also walk the walk. But that’s not what we’re talking about today. We’re talking “talk”... and not just talking to talk! Documentaries are famously known as "those talking head films”, which may sound dry, but it isn’t always a bad thing. Because this time, those talking heads are the comic creators we all know and love! I mean, who wouldn't want to listen to Denny O'Neil talk all day? Here's a phone book Denny, we're all ears! But getting back on track, we've
On a bitter sub-zero Saturday, February 13, Keith & Jackie set out as a skeleton crew of two with an SUV packed to the gills with equipment to interview Gary McInnis for the movie. Who's Gary McInnis you ask? Well, scour comicbookdb, WikiPedia and every other resource online and you'll not find a thing about Gary. So who is this guy and how did we find him? He found us. Gary was attending the TerrifiCON (then CT ComiCONN) at Mohegan Sun this past August and he stopped to
Few people know or realize that comic book legend Dennis "Denny" O'Neil got his start at Charlton Comics under the pen name of Sergius O'Shaughnessy. That's right gang, check your backstock of Charlton titles and see if you have any with that name as the writer. The alias came from the writings of one of Denny's favorite writers and inspirations, Norman Mailer. When Denny took the gig writing for Dick Giordano at Charlton, he decided to pay homage to his muse and use the nom