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Breaking and entering, the car buried inside, teaching in Taiwan and showing the sophomores a thing or two at MK12.
Matt comments on the recent news that Stan Lee has filed suit against Marvel comics and asks the question "How is work for hire a good deal?"
Matt discusses his work on Rex Mantooth and what you can expect from the Annotated Mantooth out this December, with an honest look at some of the challenges he faced. Plus the big, fat American story and more.
'Avengers' artist Kieron Dwyer and giant robots as Matt brings you this weeks edition of Poplife.
Matt channel surf's and has mastered all 74 cable channels. What did he discover? He shares the wisdom so that you may learn.
Comics, boring? Matt looks at comics of today, what makes up the meat of those monthlies, compares them to comics produced in other countries and shares some fascinating insights into the American comics market.
Matt's returned from his honeymoon rested and tanned ... and real itchy! Matt talks a bit about his trip to Mexico, plus a look at two books of Manga from Comics One.
Matt's got the big gig pitch in LA. Little sleep, lots of work, and the executives eat from his hands. The comics want to come out, but there's just no time. And driving in LA with Alex Nova.
Matt gives you a first look at a new project he's got brewing taking place on Mars. At one point it was to be called 'Red,' but a former CBR columnist got to that name first. So while still be untitled, here's an 11 page excerpt of the script with five pieces of art.
Matt and that enigmatic group at MK12 are busy at work on a bunch of interesting projects and Matt gives you a behind the scenes look at projects for MTV's 'TRL,' some work for the next series of BMW Films, more on the 'Adult Swim' project and much more.
Fraction saw some rock. Enjoyed the rock. And now reports on the rock experience. Plus, find out if you're too old to experience the rock.
Matt takes a look at 'The Playboy,' 'Copybook Tales,' 'Box Office Poison,' 'The Dreamer,' 'Hicksville,' 'Cages' and others as he looks for the 'self-reflexive' comic.
Matt dabbles in a little bit of this and a little bit of that. Who's he writing this for? Find out in today's Poplife.
Matt presents the first ten pages of script to 'Revisitor,' a book best described as a weird crime story.
Matt's 'Big Hat' moves forward. Are comics cool? Thought's on Eddie Campbell's 'Alec.' And Matt needs someone needs to explain the fascination with those retro books like 'Transformers' and 'G.I. Joe.'
Matt presents the first ten pages of his 'Last of the Independents' with new art from Kieron Dwyer.
A whole slew of different things this week, including Zorak from 'Space Ghost,' how Matt's film process has been affected by comics writing, plus artwork from two upcoming projects including 'Last of the Independents' with art by Kieron 'Avengers' Dwyer.
Matt Fraction sits down with writer Joe Casey to talk his upcoming 'Automatic Kafka,' the online world of comics, marketing this industry and more stuff.
'Matt Fraction: The Scripted Adventures' picks up where it left off last week with tales of Los Angeles intrigue, a 'Who' loving Cabbie and a Mayan or two.
It's either 'Poplife: The Comic' or 'Matt Fraction: The Comic.' We're not sure which. And what role does California Governor Gray Davis play in this intrigue?