Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins unpack 'Tales from the Dark Multiverse' and talk Batman
This week guests Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins talk kicking off Tales from the Dark Multiverse with Batman: Knightfall, discuss looking back on their careers and play Superfight: Batman vs. Azrael running of the Hellraisers. Plus, in our regular show, we recap the news and make our picks.
- Kevin Feige named Marvel Chief Creative Officer
- ROB LIEFELD Exits MARVEL After Tweeting About 'Shady Business Practices
- New Dawn of X book announced in Captain Marvel letters
- DC’s Jan. 2020 Solicitations
- Scott Snyder leaving Justice League with issue #39
TOP BOOKS OF LAST WEEK:
- Tales From The Dark Multiverse: Batman: Knightfall #1 (W: Scott Snyder & Kyle Higgins, A: Javier Fernandez)
- Gideon Falls #17 (W: Jeff Lemire, A: Andrea Sorrentino)
- X-Men #1 (W: Johnathan Hickman, Leinil Francis Yu)
TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEK:
Dave: Immortal Hulk #25 (W: Al Ewing, A: Joe Bennett, German Garcia)
Forrest: The Amazing Mary Jane #1 (W: Leah Williams, A: Carlos E. Gomez)
JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.:
Dave: Immortal Hulk #25 (Alex Ross)
Forrest: Marvel Action: Spider-Man #10 (Meyers)
Segment: Interview with Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins
- Great timing for this book gang, it has such great creepy horror vibes!
- What was your collaboration like working on Tales from the Dark Multiverse?
- There are a few great ideas at work here making the story feel layered, was there a starting point where you worked backwards or forward from?
- Was there a reason this needed to be the first story in the Tales from the Dark Multiverse line?
- Do you ever find yourself thinking up Elseworlds tales you could never tell in main continuity and save them for later?
- This book has a strong horror vibe. The body horror with Bruce Wayne, for instance, is intense. Do you feel horror elements like body horror, and nihilism, are
- Is there anything freeing about telling a one-shot story not necessarily connected to continuity? Follow up, is there anything harder about this format?
- This isn't your first foray writing Batman, of course, and I'm curious, when you've been able to write the character over so many years do you ever look back and think about which of your stories will last and linger with fans?
- AiPT! is celebrating 31 days of Halloween this month, anything you do in particular to celebrate Halloween?
Off topic top shelf: Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins geek out over Sega Genesis