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    Orbital In Conversation – Episode 146: The Fabled & Fairest Mark Buckingham [Podcast]

    By | August 28th, 2015
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    Hello and welcome to Orbital In Conversation – the podcast of Orbital Comics in central London! We’re very excited to join the team here at Multiversity Comics as not only are they an excellent group of people, but they share a similar level of taste and sensibility … It’s going to be a good fit.

    On this episode, Chris sits down for a chat with writer/artist Mark Buckingham (Fables, Fairest, Miracleman). They discuss his early work as an animator with Aardman, working with Neil Gaiman on The Truth & Miracleman, his breakthrough as an inker in the ’90s, and what brought him back to pencilling again. They would’ve got further, but time was against them – so expect a follow-up soon.

    Plus: as an extra bonus, the second-half of the episode features Mark walking guests through his recent exhibition at the Orbital Gallery, followed by a brief Q&A. There’s some really great stuff discussed throughout, so we hope you’ll stay with us through this slightly longer episode!

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    Orbital In Conversation is a weekly comics podcast recorded live at Orbital Comics in central London or somewhere on the road. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed located here. You can follow Chris and Orbital Comics on Twitter, as well as various other places around the web (be creative!)


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    Chris Thompson

    Chris Thompson emerged from the womb suckling on the teat of popular culture. He loves comics and films in equal measure (though not always together) and genuinely enjoys subtitled features, particularly French ones. When not indulging his passions, he’s working with them as a brand manager for Titan Comics – clearly not the best work-life balance one could have. In the rare moments he’s not working, Chris enjoys travel and is often headed to a festival or event of some kind. You can follow him on Twitter @popculturehound and subscribe to Pop Culture Hound via iTunes.

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