Episode 58 - Interview with Cullen Bunn - Week of 4/12/17

The Fellowship is pleased to present our conversation with writer Cullen Bunn. His new Image book Regression (with Danny Luckert) comes out on May 10th, and it's a good one in our humble opinions. We also pick his brain about several of his other projects, be they comics, movie or TV show. And as always, our picks of the week.

What we're up to this week:
Batman The Animated Series - watching through the series for the first time; very cool how subtle the series can be
Dallas Fan Expo - good show; John Barrowman was an especially good con guest (very fan friendly and engaging)
X-Men Epic Collection: Second Genesis

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Many thanks to Cullen Bunn for joining us this week
Track him down on Twitter @CullenBunn
Or on Facebook - Cullen Bunn
Or his website www.cullenbunn.com

Some of the titles we talked about:
Regression - again, May 10th
Harrow County
The Empty Man
Deadpool
X-Men Blue
Monsters Unleashed
Conan the Slayer
[Dude has written a TON of books, right? And this doesn't even scratch the surface. -m]

Picks for the week of 4/12:
Seven to Eternity #5
SuperMansion #2
X-Men Blue #1
Sky Doll: Sudra #2
AmeriKarate #2
Immortal Brothers: The Tale of the Green Knight
Honorable Mention: Harrow County #22 [Note: Volume 4 was released in February. -m]
Honorable Mention: Batman '66 Meets the Man From U.N.C.L.E. trade
Honorable Mention: Legionnaires Book 1

Shoutouts:
Thanks again to Cullen for joining us
Manny the Martyr - thanks for letting us use your music
#PodernFamily - an awesome group of indie podcasters supporting each other
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