What do Justin Halper and Patrick Schmacker have in common? Deadline reports that the Powerless showrunners are overseeing the new Harley Quinn animated series which is in development for Warner Bros’ DC digital service.
The show would feature Harley, as well as Poison Ivy and other characters. Amanda Conner, the Harley Quinn writer/artist has done the development art for the show.
Margot Robbie (Suicide Squad) is being considered to voice our beloved Harley for the first season of the series.
Special Edition Speech Bubble! Comics on Comics #3: Nug Nahrgang!
Listen to your copy here with host Aaron Broverman!
Nug Nahrgang’s success as an award-winning sketch comedian and improviser seems like a series of stumbled upon happenstances. First, Nug accidentally got himself hired at Second City, then he somehow scored an audition for Saturday Night Live! He scored memorable bit parts in The Love Guru with Mike Meyers and Owning Mahowny with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, both at a time when he was sure his scenes would be left on the cutting room floor. Nug has managed to meet Vince McMahon, and William Shatner, and improvise on stage with legends like Colin Mocherie, Catherine O’Hara, and Martin Short. Through it all, his status as a dyed-in-the-wool comic book and sci-fi geek have served him well. Nug produces and stars in the Illusionoid podcast with fellow improvisers Paul Bates and Lee Smart. Illusionoid is a completely improvised old-timey sci-fi radio play that operates with nothing but the episode title as a suggestion. Nug and the Illusionoid gang will be performing at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema as part of a live episode of CBC’s Podcast Playlist on June 15, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. This episode is sponsored by Hairy Tarantula.
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The Minnesota Wrecking Crew with Kids in the Hall’s Kevin McDonald
Even though he’s written horror comics and Batman: Legends Of The Dark Knight, J. (Joe) Torres is known best for all ages Comics like Batman: Brave and the Bold, Teen Titans Go! and his current project The Mighty Zodiac. He has also written many Degrassi comics so he has more than a few Drake stories. In this conversation we drill down on why more kids are into comics than ever before, what DC and Marvel can do to attract new readers while keeping their diehard fans and what it took for this former ESL teacher to break into comics and live his childhood dream. Then we geek out even harder, learning why Joe thinks Cyborg doesn’t belong in the Justice League and that you should always be able to hug a superhero. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Hairy Tarantula in Toronto, Ontario Canada for their 25th anniversary. Listen NOW!
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