Double Page Spread ep 185 JK Woodward/Mark Russell and Steve Pugh

This episode kicks off with a Free Comic Book Day preview from artist JK Woodward of his new book “Star Trek:The Next Generation- Broken Mirror”, which depicts a “Mirror, Mirror” universe representation of the Next Generation cast. Written by frequent collaborators Scott and David Tipton, the first issue is available free on May 6 at your local comic shop.
Then Wendi is joined by the creative team behind the much heralded DC comic “The Flintstones”. Part of the recent Hanna Barbera line, this reimagining of Bedrock’s famous family depicts the changing society of the paleolithic era- from the angst of the armadillo bowling ball to Fred and Barney’s time in the war. It captures existential dilemmas in a surprising fashion for a cartoon comic. Writer Mark Russell and artist Steve Pugh discuss their new interpretation and style and how they got away with something so daring, as well as what Russell has in mind for his new Snaggletooth comic.

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“Star Trek:The Next Generation- Broken Mirror”



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