The final piece of the Marvel.com team has arrived on Episode 120 in the form of its Assistant Editor Marc Strom. Marc lives on the west coast which means his job primarily revolves around the latest from Marvel’s toys, video games, television and film developments. With the highly anticipated release of Marvel’s The Avengers this summer, Marc is a very busy man. We also talk about traffic conditions in Los Angeles and Marc details how he almost ran into Samuel L. Jackson with a foam rock. Enjoy.
You can find the latest Marvel happenings, including the ‘This Week in Marvel’ Podcast at Marvel.com and be sure to follow Marc on Twitter @Strommy.
Continuing the conversation with Marvel Comics, this week I’m joined by Marvel.com’s Social Media Coordinator, Janna O’Shea. Naturally our conversation is social media heavy, covering Janna’s and Marvel’s approach to Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and more. We also discuss why Frank Castle is the man, why beards demand respect and why movie trailers are a disservice to the movie they are supposed to promote. Enjoy.
Follow Janna on Twitter @dreamyeyed and of course, @Marvel for the latest from the house that Stan built.
The Marvel talk continues on Episode 113 with Marvel.com Associate Editor Ben Morse. We chart Ben’s journey to Stan Lee’s Empire, the work he does at Marvel, the wealth of content available and why now is as good of a time as any to start reading comics. There’s also a philosophical question posed somewhere in the middle of this episode: Who would win in a fight – Wolverine or Batman? There is plenty of content to get to in this one. Enjoy.
It seems like everywhere you look you can find a comic book character in one form or another. Be it movies, action figures or actual comics, characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men are everywhere. It’s with that acknowledgement of Marvel’s omnipresence that I welcome Marvel.com’s Editorial Director, Ryan Penagos for Episode 112. Also known as Agent M, we talk about his journey to Marvel, his contributions to some of the most famous comic book characters and the evolution and impact of social media on his work. This being a podcast, it’s only appropriate that we also get into the new Marvel podcast. Enjoy.