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    Robots From Tomorrow: Episode 310 – Adams & Sienkiewicz at HeroesCon 2016 [Rebroadcast]

    By | June 6th, 2019
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    With HeroesCon coming up in a few weeks, we look back on past shows with this panel Greg moderated that was originally posted on July 7, 2016:

    This week brings a conversation between two of the most important and influential comics artists of the last half-century: Neal Adams and Bill Sienkiewicz. Greg recently had the opportunity to “moderate” a panel featuring the pair (their first solo panel together), but as you can imagine when Neal gets behind a microphone, it quickly developed a life of its own. Both creators shared stories, insight, and surprises from their decades-spanning careers in comics. A more tightly packed hour of comics conversation you would be hard-pressed to find, so tune in and enjoy this panel from last month’s HeroesCon.




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    Greg Matiasevich

    Greg Matiasevich has read enough author bios that he should be better at coming up with one for himself, yet surprisingly isn't. However, the years of comic reading his parents said would never pay off obviously have, so we'll cut him some slack on that. He lives in Baltimore, co-hosts (with Mike Romeo) the Robots From Tomorrow podcast, writes Multiversity's monthly Shelf Bound column dedicated to comics binding, and can be followed on Twitter at @GregMatiasevich.


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    By | Apr 2, 2020 | Podcasts

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