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    Interview with James Eatock about the He-Man and She-Ra animated guide

    Newsarama has posted an interview with James Eatock about the He-Man and She-Ra: A Complete Guide to the Classic Animated Adventures from Dark Horse Books!
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    Many sincere thanks to James for his kind words on NA in the interview, although I do think a glance at the number of views on my thread in the Vintage forum will attest that there are a few more than "about ten or so people that champion it".

    I'd wish Mr. Eatock good luck with his book, but given his considerable talent I'm pretty sure he doesn't need luck.

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    Awesome interview! Can't wait to get my copy! These books all look amazing, we are in a golden age of MOTU collecting!

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    Very cool! James was a hell of a nice guy when I met him at Power-Con.

    I preordered my copy of the book this morning.

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    I think the main takeaway from that interview is that if you have a smokin' hot friend, then you should casually suggest she cosplay as a scantily clad MOTU character. Lol

    Actually that should be a PSA!
    Put the Image/MVCreations comics on Comixology please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    Many sincere thanks to James for his kind words on NA in the interview, although I do think a glance at the number of views on my thread in the Vintage forum will attest that there are a few more than "about ten or so people that champion it".
    No offense intended, Jack - It's just that, over the years, being a fan of the New Adventures cartoon has felt like a very lonely existence - Bear in mind that I rarely frequent the boards, so my frame of forum-based reference is about 15 or so years old - I'm MORE than happy to hear that the show is being talked about enthusastically! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    I'd wish Mr. Eatock good luck with his book, but given his considerable talent I'm pretty sure he doesn't need luck.
    Thanks for the kind words, Jack! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianCBaer View Post
    Very cool! James was a hell of a nice guy when I met him at Power-Con.

    I preordered my copy of the book this morning.
    My plan worked - I was nice, and you pre-ordered the book! :) - Cue evil laughter...

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth2099 View Post
    I think the main takeaway from that interview is that if you have a smokin' hot friend, then you should casually suggest she cosplay as a scantily clad MOTU character. Lol

    Actually that should be a PSA!
    LOL - That WAS the moral of the story! :)

    She made for a pretty good Sweet Bee at SDCC, too! :)

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