Comics Disassembled: Ten Things of Note from the Past Week in Comics, Led by the Rise and Fall of the Savior of Comics

Remember those old Marvel Universe trading cards from the early 90s? The ones with the power ratings and the great art? I loved those, as did many of the people who ended up making the comics we love today. Some of those people joined me at this year’s Emerald City Comic Con, as we opened packs of Marvel Universe Series II trading cards – the well-agreed upon peak of those cards – to talk about their memories of these cards, characters and creators who worked on them for a video interview series I call The Marvel Universe Unpacked.

This week, I’m joined by writer Tim Seeley, as he joins to discuss his memories of these cards, attempts to name the artist for every card, shares his favorite Spider-Man villains, talks Death’s Head, and a whole lot more. One note, however: our lavalier microphones did not work with this one, so the audio quality is a bit weaker here.

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