May 2012

The Big Joe Casey Interview!

Posted by MOA on May 25, 2012

Man of Action’s bad boy Joe Casey speaks in-depth about EVERYTHING with our friends over at Comics Bulletin. This week we present the entire interview over the next couple days.

REMINDER: contains adult themes and language…

On to Part 1!

Stay tuned for the rest of the interview here every day...

Ben 10: Omniverse Coming to All Consoles

Posted by MOA on May 23, 2012

Get your battle biceps ready ya'll - Man of Action's Ben 10 is coming to a game console near you – including the new Wii U! Ben 10: Omniverse will let you experience the all-new character designs, Ben’s new sidekick, Rook, and kick some grass in 13 alien forms including a few new ones – Bloxx? Gravattack?

More info HERE

it’s a bird…No! It’s Batula!

Posted by MOA on May 18, 2012

From the creative collab that brought you Frankie Stein - Man of Action's Steven T. Seagle & Marco Cinello also write books for kids and kids at heart:

Batula coming in July!

See what happens when Livingston the bat gets turned into a vampire…bat!

Get an inside look at 2 books in one!

Posted by MOA on May 16, 2012

Image unveils Man of Action Steven T. Seagle and Danish artist/writer Teddy Kristiansen’s new book THE RED DIARY/THE RE[A]D DIARY = 1 flip-book 2 stories! And to celebrate we share with you two links!

Find everything you need to know about this exciting book with a flip-twist here!

Bandai Locks Ben 10 Deal!

Posted by MOA on May 14, 2012

Man of Action's Ben 10: Omniverse is getting a new line of toys from Bandai this fall. No toy sneak peeks YET……but, as soon as we have more info you’ll be the first to know! - Stay tuned Benatics!

Joe Casey on CBR’s Comics Should Be Good!

Posted by MOA on May 8, 2012

CBR’s Random Thoughts are out and Man Of Action Joe Casey answers another random question from the guys at Comics Should Be Good. + Some random comments from Chris, Wil and Travis!

Random Joe Casey Question!

In the short semi-autobiographical story you did with Sean Phillips, “Autopilot,” you seem to talk around the idea that, working as a writer in mainstream comics, you basically have three areas you have to service: your own creative interests, your professional interests/the interests of your employer, and the interests of the audience. The conclusion you come to suggests that it’s near impossible to satisfy all three (hell, it’s difficult to satisfy one of them completely, I imagine). Do you place any of them as your priority usually? What’s the closest you’ve come to satisfying all three do you think? Hell… do you care about satisfying all three? (Also, did I just miss the point completely and am creating a question off of a false assumption?)

Random Joe Casey Answer!

I really don’t think I’ve ever satisfied all three. And, really, you miss out on a lot of the fun involved in the creative process when you’re chasing any of them. If your artistic sensibilities happen to cross over with the sensibilities of the audience, then good for you. As for my “professional interests”, it’s been a good long while since those have been any real consideration for me. Which is how it should be.

These days, I’m usually out to service my own creative interests exclusively. I figure, if I can do that to a satisfactory degree, then at the very least I’m being honest with myself… and if an audience is receptive to that work, then I guess I win. And I’d rather connect with an audience in a genuine way rather than blatantly pander to them to get them on my side. I already work in mass entertainment media, where you’re trying to please everyone and their picky-ass mother. So I know the difference from first-hand experience.

I’m quite content with comicbooks being a niche market, like poetry or jazz. I didn’t used to feel that way. Ten or twelve years ago, I really wanted comicbooks to be on par with movies and TV. Then I came to my senses… because they’re obviously so much better than those other entertainment mediums…!

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Man of Action + Adam Carolla = Fun!

Posted by MOA on May 3, 2012

We’re on TV. Now we’re taking over podcasts! Man of Action tears it up with The Adam Carolla Show and talk about everything from Ben 10 to Ultimate Spider-Man with Adam Carolla.

Warning: Mature language / themes for older listeners.

Get your listen on HERE!

Man of Action on The Adam Carolla Show!

Posted by MOA on May 2, 2012

Catch a sneak peak of Man of Action mans Joe Casey and Steven T. Seagle chatting with Adam Carolla on The Adam Carolla Show as they discuss all kinds of oddities.

Airs tomorrow – stay tuned for more!

TV Guide Guys!

Posted by MOA on May 2, 2012

MoA and Ultimate Spider-Man fans – Man of Action graces the pages of this week’s TV Guide and shares insight into the making of the Hulk v. Spidey ep. airing this Sunday on Disney XD. This time you get to see all the action through Mary Jane Watson’s…camera!

Read the full story - HERE!

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