After covering many of his works, we’re proud to present Episode 86 of the podcast — our Rick Remender interview! This Rick Remender interview podcast discusses comics previously the subject of many ComicsVerse Podcast episodes like DEADLY CLASS and UNCANNY X-FORCE.
Over the course of the conversation with ComicsVerse CEO Justin Alba, Kay Honda, Matthew Murphy, and Marius Thienenkamp, Rick Remender discussed his history as an artist, influences as a writer, and his stance on today’s comics. In addition, Rick also discussed his creative process and how he collaborates with other artists.
UNCANNY X-FORCE and UNCANNY AVENGERS Discussed in this Rick Remender Interview
In this Rick Remender interview, we initially asked about his legendary run on UNCANNY X-FORCE. Many consider UNCANNY X-FORCE a modern mutant classic. Therefore, what’s the secret behind the book’s captivating moral dilemmas? How did Rick Remender approach working with a set of characters that all share a dark side, or as Justin put it, a killer instinct? Since they are so dark, how did he manage to portray their humanity? Spoiler alert: He might not think about some characters he wrote as enthusiastically as one would assume!
This Rick Remender Interview Talks Rick’s Work with Image Comics
We subsequently discussed his numerous beloved works for Image Comics. LOW, TOKYO GHOST or DEADLY CLASS all contain themes like narcissism, fatherhood, and a fear of the future. Due to these reoccurring themes in his books, we discussed what these elements meant to him personally.
Finally, this Rick Remender interview gave us incredible insight into his work ethic and creative energy. However, we also learned about his personal morals and philosophy. Be it as a punk-rock enthusiast or as a father, if you ever wanted to see his private side and consequently his artistic side – this Rick Remender interview might be for you!
The following ComicsVersers appeared in this episode:
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