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From the world of comics, Rick interviews Mark Verheiden about Alien and Predator, and Elaine Lee about Starstruck.
Frank Miller (writer, Robocop), Elaine Lee (writer, Starstuck comic), Will Eisner (ground-breaking comic creator, The Spirit), Trina Robbins (artist, Rosie the Riveter), Gilbert Hernandez (co-creator, Love and Rockets comic), David Lloyd (artist, V For Vendetta), Denys Cowan (artist, The Question), Chris Claremont (writer, The Uncanny X-Men) and Bob Kane (creator, Batman) offer their opinions, while science fiction writers George R. Martin (Wild Cards) and Larry Niven (acclaimed "hard sf" writer) take a realistic view of superheroes.
Sharp-eyed viewers might also spot Peter O'Farrell who briefly appeared as a reporter for the Daily Prophet in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
O'Farrell plays Malachi, the sort of annoying character one wishes would simply drop dead and die without saying another line of inane dialogue.
Description: A scientist has developed a matter transmitter that he is about to demonstrate for two people when an earthquake hits, disrupting the test and plunging the trio into a parallel universe.
The trio must adjust to the strange new world where medieval weaponry is mixed with modern technology, all the while trying to find a way to travel back home.
From the comic book scene, Rick talks with Los Bros Hernandez (Love and Rockets), Mark De Matteis (Moonshadow), Fabian Nicieza (New Warriors) and Todd Mc Farlane (writer/artist of Spiderman, the best-selling comic book ever).
Editor Trina Robbins and contributor Steve Leialoha talk about the comic book fundraiser Strip AIDS USA.
Interviews with Bob Kane (creator, Batman), Frank Miller (writer, Robocop), Kevin Eastman (co-creator, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Max Allen Collins (writer, Dick Tracy), Dave Stevens (artist, The Rocketeer), Larry Niven (sf writer), George R. Martin (sf writer), Bill Sienkiewicz (comic book artist), Rick Geary (comic artist), Michael W.
Kaluta (comic artist) and Harlan Ellison (SF writer and critic), with film clips from Batman, Duck Tales, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (movie and cartoon), Total Recall and Akira.
South African viewers will recognize local actors such as Danie Voges, Ron Smerczak and Philip Van der Byl starring alongside “international” (read American) actors such as John Saxon, the villain in Battle Beyond the Stars amongst others.
anything to pass the time during this long-winded movie.
The Flash TV show is profiled, with clips from the show and interviews with actor John Wesley Shipp and executive producer Danny Bilson.