Stuff Said 007: Scott Koblish, Part 2

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SHOW NOTES

  • Scott talks about Jet Pack Pets & Disney Adventures Magazine here. And for more Jet Pack Pets, click here.
  • A series of blog posts, with Scott’s art for THE 8 IMMORTALS.
  • Check out (and read) THE WEAPON, written by Fred Van Lente with art by Scott Koblish.
  • And here are a couple of pages of Scott’s work on the French market Spider-Man comics he mentioned:
  • And here’s a bit of bonus audio. Coming off a discussion of production at a time before Photoshop and digital work were commonplace, Scott told this tale of a trip to the offices of Vogue magazine: Koblish Bonus – Vogue
  • “Stuff Said Theme” by Craig Chin.
  • Other music: “She is Staggering (instrumental)” by Polaris, “Working for the Man” by Roy Orbison, “Listen to the Music” by The Doobie Brothers.
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2 comments on “Stuff Said 007: Scott Koblish, Part 2
  1. Scott Honig says:

    Gregg,
    I have now finished all of your episodes. I love this stuff! It’s part of what I loved most about interning at Marvel: getting the backstories behind my favorite creators. And what amazing interview subjects you had. I can’t tell whose laugh is more infectious: Jacob’s or Jamal’s. And Scott Koblish is probably one of the last generation to have been taught by Joe Kubert, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, John Romita, and Stan Lee, so his stories are really interesting and valuable. As for the question you pose at the end: I think 1-hour episodes work best for podcasts. If, every once in a while, we get a two-parter, breaking it up is fine — it adds suspense. I never mind watching a season of a TV show and having the occasional “to be continued”. If you find that the majority of the episodes are 2 hours, then maybe look to change the format. But right now these work fine at 1 hour. Great stuff! Keep it up. And if you still have an interest in interviewing me, I’m totally on board.
    Take care,
    Scott

    • Gregg says:

      Thanks Scott.

      I do want to talk to former interns, so one day we’ll get you on, but how you’ve applied comics into your work in education’s something to talk about, too. So…one of these days.

      Scott Koblish, meanwhile, has so many more stories…beyond what was in the episodes was the stuff on the cutting room floor (one bit included in the bonus audio above) there’s all the stuff we didn’t talk about on the mics. I’ll be sure to let everyone know if he starts his own podcast.

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