• Alpha Flight

    by Published on 02-25-2010 11:27 AM  Number of Views: 1209 
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    Interview by Richard Vasseur

    Richard: Where were you born and raised?

    Scott: Born and bred in the Upstate New York hamlet of Marlboro, New York. It was and remains a small town.

    Richard:
    How did you get into writing comics?

    Scott: Six years of rejection letters from Marvel and DC! (What was I thinking?! Couldn't I take a hint?!) One time it was so bad I got a rejection letter for a ROBIN story! I was like "Wha -- ?!" I went back in my files to discover I had sent a Robin story TWO YEARS earlier! I had forgotten I had even written it! (Imagine -- it is not bad enough I got rejected! I had to get a note two years later, as if to sa
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    by Published on 02-10-2010 02:35 PM  Number of Views: 1384 
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    Artist and co-writer for Alpha Flight volume 2 - #12 to #20 spoke with AlphaFlight.net shortly after the series was Canceled.

    AlphaFlight.net:
    First, let me thank you for coming, I'm quite looking forward to this. I'll start off with more general questions, and we can narrow it down from there

    Duncan Rouleau: Sounds good

    AlphaFlight.net: I know that you and Steven Seagle have worked together on other books before, with Dark Horse. Tell me a bit about that.

    Duncan Rouleau: We came up with several predator story lines that have appeared in D.H.P. Steve and I had wanted to work with each other for quiet some time. That was our first opportunity.
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    by Published on 02-06-2010 11:44 AM  Number of Views: 1623 
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    James D Hudnall Alpha Flight Interview

    Interview by: DelBubs

    AlphaFlight.net: Straight of the Cuff, do you remember the first comic you read and what impact did it have on you, if any?

    James Hudnall: The first comic I remember looking at was Mad Magazine. But the first comic books I read were Richie Rich, Casper, Hot Stuff and all those other Harvey comics. Really liked them when I was a little kid. I liked the world the characters lived in. When I was 7 I was introduced to AstroBoy and Osamu Tezuka by a Japanese friend. I didn't get into Marvel and DC comics until later, though I may have read a few Superman comics as a little kid. The effect these books had on me were varied, but I think the biggest effect was they developed my love of fantastic fiction and sci-fi.

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    by Published on 01-27-2010 02:18 PM  Number of Views: 6168 
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    Alpha Flight.Net : First of John, I feel it's only right that I fess up to being a little more than vocal regarding your tenure on Alpha Flight and there is probably plenty of documentation out there on the net to verify that

    John Calimee : Thank god I don't know how to read.

    Alpha Flight.Net : So before we begin, I would like to say thank you for agreeing to chat with me about Alpha Flight.

    John Calimee : Good to chat with you. And to think I buried those pages somewhere in the dark recesses of my mind. Sure, I'd be glad to chat with you on the subject. And comics in general.

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    by Published on 01-26-2010 10:50 PM  Number of Views: 4396 
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    In Marvel's October Solicitations:

    X-MEN: ASGARDIAN WARS HC
    Written by CHRIS CLAREMONT
    Penciled by PAUL SMITH & ARTHUR ADAMS
    Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
    Otherworldly wonder at the top of one world and the heart of another! In the Arctic Circle, the X-Men and Alpha Flight find a power that could save the world at the cost of destroying...what? But cost is no object when the power is revealed as a gift from Loki, ...
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    AlphaFlight.net: When you came to Alpha Flight, it was in relief of Bill Mantlo. It was at that time a general consensus that he had come very close to destroying the entire team. What was it like coming in to a book that was in such a shambles?

    James D. Hudnall: Well, it was a mess and I think too much of my run was spent cleaning up after him. He was fired off the book because he had no ideas and kept expecting the editor to supply him with stories. And he was late when he did have one. I guess he was burned out or something.
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