Indie Talks Podcast Episode 14a – The Legends of Comics featuring Stan Lee

Welcome to a special edition of Indie Talks. Today we’re going to hop into the wayback machine and travel back to 2008. At that point, Troll in the Corner didn’t even exist, but I was just as much a geek! I found myself and a few others working with me with press credentials to the New York Comic Con – and the very first panel we stopped in to see?  The Legends of Comic Books panel.

The panel was headlined by Stan Lee, and featured Murphy Anderson, Dick Ayers, Ramona Fradon, John Romita, Jerry Robinson, Joe Simon and Joe Sinnott. While only a half hour long, a bunch of neat stuff was crammed into this panel. I was fortunate enough to grab some good audio at the time, which I just rediscovered recently! What you’re missing in this 26 minutes of audio is the brief introduction by the panel moderator, and at the end, the moderator saying what a pleasure it was to be involved.

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