Luca Giorgi is an Italian comic artist who first came to the attention of the broader Phantom community as the cover colourist of Frew #1800, that memorable 2017 Christmas-themed cover by Massimo Gamberi.
Luca has since worked closely with Massimo on Phantom projects on several occasions, including colouring the cover of the well known Fumetto #106 [right] as well as Fumo di China #280. Luca also c...
When we said back in the show notes for #132A, "You knew that having Billy Zane come to Australia meant that you were going to get bombarded with podcasts, right?", we had no idea that we'd be wedging in an actual sit-down podcast interview with the man himself (#133). As it turns out, we did!
That's meant that a bit of a delay with the Brisbane recordings coming out, but so be it!
The ChronicleChamber team is lucky enough to sit down with Billy Zane in a quiet moment at Brisbane Supanova 2019.
Generous with his time, Billy tells us how he became a phan and why the character resonates with him. He talks through the journey of getting the 1996 movie off the ground and convinces us that the time is right for a new Phantom film. We also hear about interactions with Australian phans and potentially exciting p...
You knew that having Billy Zane come to Australia meant that you were going to get bombarded with podcasts, right?
First up in the series is an insight into Adelaide Supanova through the eyes of one who was there. Phantom phan Sean reflects on his experiences and passes on his advice, before taking us into the audience of Billy's Q&A panel session.
A massive thank you to Sean for sending these recordings in for us all - we know...
Grange Wallis is a young up-and-coming Phantom cover artist for Frew Publications in Australia. In this podcast we have the opportunity to find out all about him, his history with the character and his creative process.
It's a wonderful opportunity to build on the brief introduction we had back on our pre-Supanova Special Episode #121, and great to explore his experiences of Australia's most popular Phantom phan gathering.
Bane Kerac is a name many Phantom phans may not know but is a giant throughout many European countries including his homeland of Serbia. Bane only has one full Team Fantomen Phantom story to his credit along with a trading card in the recent Phanfare 2019 gallery card series.
However as you will read, in a sliding doors moment, he could easily have been a house hold name for us Phantom phans.
About 3 weeks ago we recorded a conversation with Dr Paul Mason and Andrew Constant, the creative duo behind Frew Publications' made-for-kids magazine, Kid Phantom. It was an extensive chat, covering the highs, lows and minutiae of producing Australia's only 100% locally-developed comic book while managing the challenges of licensing and reaching the target market.
In this episode we are excited to be joined by the one and only Alex Saviuk.
Alex is an accomplished and experienced Phantom artist, and in fact boasts the extraordinary achievement of having worked for the greatest variety of The Phantom publishers of any artist in history! His Phantom credits (both covers and stories) include: Marvel, Egmont, Moonstone, Lightning Strike Comics, Frew, Hermes Press, and even the King Featu...