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Jul 21 2013

Behind The Panels Issue 65 – Claremont ’82: Wolverine/God Loves, Man Kills

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Behind-the-Panels-Cover-65In this issue, we report back on Oz Comic-Con Melbourne, and our chats with Bill Farmer and Phil Jimenez. THEN we bring you some extraordinary television news and look at the Harvey Award nominations. PLUS our Kick-Ass Picks of the Week: a Chris Claremont ’82 double of Wolverine with Frank Miller, and bonus book X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills with very special guest, writer Chris Claremont himself!

On our next Issue: The Wolverine Movie

Your Hosts: Richard Gray and David McVay

Vintage Clip of the Week

Spider-man and His Amazing Friends – “The Origin of Iceman” (1982)

What We’ve Been Reading/Watching

Oz Comic-Con Melbourne 2013

Justice League: Trinity War

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News Headlines

  • Justice League: War will be the next DC Animated Original Movie. It will follow Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and be based on Geoff Johns’s New 52 versions of the series
  • Vin Diesel has been meeting with Marvel for an undisclosed role. What could it be? Stay tuned for Comic-Con…
  • The news that nobody expected: Alan Moore’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen gets a TV put pilot order at Fox
  • Arrow: Season 2 adds actress Summer Glau in a major villain role. She’s best known for Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles
  • Marvel’s Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D. will debut on Tuesday, September 24 on Disney’s ABC
  • DC Comics plans a new Harley Quinn ongoing series for November from the dynamic duo of Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner.
  • IDW has announced a new Star Trek: Khan comic series for October, telling the origin story of the Star Trek Into Darkness version of the character
  • Dynamite has got the rights to Robotech, and will be releasing a crossover comic with Voltron for the latter’s 30th anniverary
  • Matt Fraction is bringing the Inhumans back to the Marvel Universe in a big way in December with the new series Inhuman, spinning out of Infinity
  • Kick-Ass 2 director Jeff Wadlow has been tapped to direct an X-Force film, expanding Fox’s X-Men cinematic universe
  • The Harvey Award nominations have been announced. Hawkeye and Saga lead the pack with 7 nominations a piece.

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Pick of the Week

This week we review Wolverine and X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills with a special interview with Chris Claremont recorded at Supanova Sydney, June 2013.

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We end the show this week with “…I’ll find my own way” from X-Men Origins: Wolverine by Harry Gregson-Williams.

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