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All 22 of Our Comic-Con 2015 Video Interviews in One Post

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This is a wrap on our Comic-Con 2015 coverage, folks. And I happen to think that on a shoestring budget, with a team of one editor in San Diego, one in New York, and one correspondent in Hall H for one day, we stayed competitive with the big guys, who’ll be doling out their coverage in drips and drabs for the next month or so while we’re busy moving on.

Thanks to Jim for minding the fort and picking a Twitter fight with Max Landis, to Bryce for battling his way into Hall H, for Jason and Kyle who helped me do research, Julia for her “takeover” posts on social media, and Peggy who does my transcriptions. Being underdogs just means we try harder…and do better. I wish I could pay you all a million bucks.

Now, in case you missed any, here are all of our video interviews.

1. DC Collectibles’ Tarot Card Reader.

LYT Gets a Tarot Card Reading, Courtesy of DC Comics from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

2. Duncan Jones, Director, World of Warcraft.

Duncan Jones Talks WORLD OF WARCRAFT Movie from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

3. Richard Taylor, Founder, Weta Workshop.

Weta's Richard Taylor on The Hobbit, Warcraft, Avatar 2 from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

4. Hasbro Marvel Toys.

Comic -Con 2015: Hasbro Addresses Marvel Fan Concerns from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

5. Stern Pinball.

Comic-Con: Stern Pinball's KISS, Metallica and WWE Machines from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

6. Tyler Shields, Director, Final Girl.

Comic-Con 2015: FINAL GIRL director Tyler Shields from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

7. Trevor Roth, Roddenberry Entertainment.

Comic-Con 2015: Trevor Roth, COO of Roddenberry Entertainment from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

8. Kevin Shinick and Tom Root, Robot Chicken.

Comic-Con 2105: ROBOT CHICKEN's Kevin Shinick and Tom Root on Season 3 from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

9. Eric Towner and Matthew Senreich, Robot Chicken.

Comic-Con 2105: ROBOT CHICKEN's Eric Towner and Matthew Senreich on Season 3 from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

10. Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, Rick and Morty.

Comic-Con 2015: Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon on RICK AND MORTY from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

11. Todd McFarlane.

Comic-Con 2015: Todd McFarlane on his Game of Thrones building sets. from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.


12. Anthony C. Ferrante, Sharknado Franchise.

Comic-Con 2015: Anthony C. Ferrante Talks Sharknado 3 from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

13. Hasbro – Star Wars Toys.

Comic-Con 2015: Hasbro Previews THE FORCE AWAKENS toys from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

14. Power Rangers: Dino Charge.

Comic-Con 2015: The Cast of Power Rangers: Dino Charge from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

15. Bryce Abood, TR’s Hall H Correspondent.

Comic-Con 2015's Hall H on Saturday, Described by a Crazy Guy from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

16. Marty Krofft and Cesar Millan.

Marty Krofft and the Dog Whisperer? Unlikely Allies? from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

17. Sideshow Collectibles/Hot Toys.

Comic-Con 2015: Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

18. Bluefin Toys.

Comic-Con 2015: Bluefin Toys' Diecast Marvel and Star Wars from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

19. Rob Liefeld.

Comic-Con 2015: Deadpool Creator Rob Liefeld Reacts to the Movie Footage. from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

20. Brock Otterbacher, Mondo Toys.

Comic-Con 2015: Mondo Toys' Brock Otterbacher Talks Ninja Turtles, Hellboy, He-Man, More. from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

21. Zach Oat, Diamond Select Toys.

Comic-Con 2015: Zach Oat of Diamond Select Toys from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

22. McCune Masterworks/Profiles in History.

McCune Masterworks and Profiles in History at Comic-Con 2015 from Voice Media Group on Vimeo.

Now…If there is still anyone out there who feels like saying that I don’t put in at least the same amount of work as Rob did to bring you the good coverage?

Proof, pudding, yummy. And I have the aching back to prove it.

About Author

Luke Y. Thompson has been writing professionally about movies and pop-culture since 1999, and has also been an actor in some extremely cheap culty and horror movies you will probably never hear much about (he is nonetheless mostly proud of them, as he met his wife on one). As editor of The Robot's Voice since 2012, he can take the blame for the majority of the site's content, all of which he creates because he loves you very, very much. (Although he loves nachos more. Sorry.) Prior to TRV, Luke wrote for publications that include the New Times LA, Los Angeles CityBeat, E! Online, OC Weekly, Geekweek, GeekChicDaily, The L.A. Times, The Village Voice, LA Weekly, and Nerdist