VidFest Presentation

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    This is a loosely chronological survey of my work from my teenage fanzine artwork to screenshots of The Matrix Online, for which I wrote story continuity over the first few years of its existence. SF illustration, movie storyboards, advertising art and plenty of Concrete and other comics work included. It was part of my talk with Mark Verheiden, then a Battlestar Galactica writer/producer, to Vidfest 2007 in Vancouver BC.

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August 15, 2014


Bob Swanay

Interesting. I certainly can't blame Eisner, as when you put it that way, it is easy to see how it would have been a rather embarrassing idea to bring up in the context of Eisner's perspective at the time. Funny how that perspective is the polar opposite of the conventional narrative of the creation of the character of Superman...that Superman was a power fantasy of two Jewish kids from Cleveland that empowered the oppressed. Still, it leaves one to wonder what might have been if Eisner had taken to the idea somehow.

Brad Teare

I always wondered about the name with its Nietzschian undertones. It probably would have been a more creator friendly environment for Siegal and Schuster, though. Too bad they didn't hard sell it more. Could have been a great team-up.


Hello Paul, where and what are you working last days, are you illustrating or publishing any new story? Its Concrete´s over?
From Argentina.
A very huge fan

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