Well this is maybe the most excited I've ever been for an episode to drop. Today's guest is David Hayter. Video game fans will know him as the voice actor of Solid Snake from the Metal Gear franchise., Fans of screenwriting and comic book movies may know him as the writer of major comic book films such as X-Men, X-2, and Watchmen, the latter of which brings us together today.
We discuss David's contributions to the comic book movie genre as a whole while we follow his path from writing the first draft of Watchmen and the journey it took to the big screen while clearing up some rumors along the way. He also doesn't shy away from throwing a little shade.
David can be found on Twitter.
David has a show on Netflix in 2020 called Warrior Nun.
We are now on Patreon! If you want to support the show head over to www.patreon.com/shelved and check out all of our awesome rewards and see how you can support the podcast!
If you want to send in any questions or comments you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. you can follow us on Twitter and Instagram @shelvedpodcast. Be sure to rate and review the show on iTunes. Music: The Jazz Piano - Bensound.com
Well I've been in a work coma since Thanksgiving that isn't ending anytime before Christmas. There's one new episode coming for the rest of the year which will be an interview with a very special guest (Next week and you're not going to want to miss this!) This will also be the last repost of the year but I thought I would squeeze one more in while I'm working over 60 hours for the next couple weeks.
In 2009 Dragon Ball Evolution was barfed into cinemas to a much maligned response. It threw away everything that everyone knew and loved about the show and instead presented the most bare bones and boring interpretation of the classic anime/manga. Well little did we know the script to the movie was actually much close to the source material so I brought in my buddy and fellow Dragon Ball fanatic Nick Almendarez, professional wrestler and founder of Freelance Wrestling in Chicago, do discuss the Dragon Ball movie that could have been. As always you can follow us on social media. Twitter: @shelvedpodcast or you can email us at email@example.com.