Mon, 6 April 2015
Tom DeFalco is an American comics writer and editor, well known for his association with Marvel Comics and in particular for his work with Spider-Man. DeFalco became Marvel's tenth Editor-in-Chief on April 15, 1987. He served from 1987 to 1994, making him one of the longest serving individuals to hold that post. During his tenure as Editor-in-Chief, DeFalco had continued to write as well, with noted runs on Thor where he created the New Warriors with artist Ron Frenz and the spin-off Thunderstrike, as well as Fantastic Four. DeFalco is the author of over a dozen graphic novels, several hundred comic book stories, several dozen cyber-comics, three novels and six children's books, including the best-selling Dorling Kindersley guides to Marvel comics characters. DeFalco has personally created and developed over three dozen characters that have all been licensed for television, toys, t-shirts, posters, trading cards and other merchandise, and has written Khan and The Phantom for Moonstone Books.
Host Rob Matsushita is a playwright, author, and filmmaker. You can learn more about his work at IverPictures.com.
I remember every detail. The Germans wore gray, you wore blue. We return to Wisconsin Comic Con! Starting our series of talking to comic professionals, we talk with Tom DeFalco about the one, the only, the classic: "Casablanca!" You know how you sound, Mr. Blaine? Like a man who's trying to convince himself of something he doesn't believe in his heart.
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