Special Issue: Greg Rucka Interview


Special Issue: Greg Rucka Interview | Comic Book Podcast

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On this special issue of Talking Comics (the podcast!), we talk to writer Greg Rucka. We have an excellent conversation with him about The Punisher, Kate Kane, Lady Sabre, and his upcoming new series from Image, Lazarus (which will be out in June).

There’s more besides that to listen to, so make sure to tune into this issue and let us know what you think.

You can find Greg online at the following places:

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5 thoughts on “Special Issue: Greg Rucka Interview

  1. Great interview. Greg is a truly passionate writer who clearly has a real love for comics. Look forward to checking out some of his upcoming projects.

  2. Thanks for the insightful interview. I know Rucka’s work mainly through Gotham Central but am going to read his Punisher run as soon as I can. And the interviews in general have been great! Hoping you all can talk with Ed Brubaker and/or Sean Phillips in the future.

  3. Great interview. Even though I don’t read the Punisher, I’m glad to hear about how much thought and research goes into every issue, in particular the research. I still recall getting annoyed reading the Incredible Hulk in the mid-90’s (after Peter David had left, I should point out) and seeing US soldiers being portrayed wearing M1 steel helmets instead of the Kevlar helmets which had been in use since the mid-80’s.

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