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Interview with television, movie, and comic book writer Mark Verheiden

Recorded on location in Kenner LA.

In this interview recorded at CONtraflow SciFi IX I talk with television, movie, and comic book writer Mark Verheiden.

We discuss many of the projects he has done for both television, and
film such as the recent “Swamp Thing” series for DC Universe,
Netflix’s Daredevil, Battlestar Galactica & spinoff show Caprica,
and Heroes.

Mark talks about his work with Dark Horse Comics, having written for both Aliens and Predator comics based off the films franchises.

We also talk about his scripts he wrote for the feature films
“The Mask” and “Timecop”, both based on Dark Horse comics.

Lastly Mark mentions a few properties he would like to work on if given the chance, and the overall message he would like people to take from his work.

For more info visit:

twitter.com/markverheiden

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