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2020 Creative Arts Emmys: Animated Program
Directed by Jacob Hair and written by Jeff Loveness and Albro Lundy, the episode was joined in the category by Big Mouth "Disclosure The Movie: The Musical!," Bob's Burgers "Pig Trouble In Little Tina," BoJack Horseman "The View From Halfway Down," and The Simpsons "Thanksgiving of Horror." Now, we're hearing from some members of the creative team now[...]
Rick and Morty season 4 (Image: Adult Swim)
Following up on last year's award-winning "Pickle Rick," this year saw "The Vat of Acid Episode" walk away with the gold. Directed by Jacob Hair and written by Jeff Loveness and Albro Lundy, the episode was joined in the category by Big Mouth's "Disclosure The Movie: The Musical!," Bob's Burgers' "Pig Trouble In Little Tina," BoJack[...]
Rick and Morty season 4 (Image: Adult Swim)
Directed by Jacob Hair and written by Jeff Loveness and Albro Lundy, the episode is joined in the category by Big Mouth's "Disclosure The Movie: The Musical!," Bob's Burgers' "Pig Trouble In Little Tina," BoJack Horseman's "The View From Halfway Down," and The Simpsons' "Thanksgiving of Horror." Here's a look at Harmon's reaction post to he[...]
Rick and Morty Companion Podcast Live: EPISODE #408 – THE VAT OF ACID EPISODE
Our review of this past Sunday's episode of Rick and Morty (link below) praised "The Vat of Acid Episode" (directed by Jacob Hair, and written by Jeff Loveness and Albro Lundy) for taking a hard look at our dimension-hopping duo's pseudo-toxic relationship and their near-total lack of appreciation for the damage that results from their[...]
Rick and Morty have anger issues, courtesy of Adult Swim.
In the following behind-the-scenes look at the episode, Harmon, writer Jeff Loveness, and director Bryan Newton discuss just how darkly destructive the pair can be, as well as the episode's nonlinear approach to telling the story. Rick and Morty have anger issues, courtesy of Adult Swim. After having been missing for nearly 20 years, Rick Sanchez suddenly arrives[...]
The creative team behind "Never Ricking Morty" discuss the Rick and Morty episode, courtesy of Adult Swim.
Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's dimension-hopping duo Rick and Morty found themselves dropped on their collective "meta" heads as they went stage-diving through the fourth, fifth and possibly sixth walls (if that exists) in midseason opener "Never Ricking Morty", and they have director Erica Hayes and writer Jeff Loveness to thank for it In our review[...]
Bechdel Test | Rick and Morty | adult swim
Directed by Erica Hayes and written by Jeff Loveness (you can check out our review at the link below), the episode was a creative primal scream from the series creator's souls, a need for the creative forces behind the scenes to make sure we understand just how hard this thing we call Rick and Morty is[...]
Strange Skies Over Easter Berlin: A Cold War Space Invasion from Loveness and Estherren
The latest is a new four-issue mini-series by Jeff Loveness and Lisandro Estherren called Strange Skies Over East Berlin The comic is about an alien invasion in the middle of the Cold War, and is set to launch in October The book is described as "a chilling and intense thriller about an American spy who[...]
Judas #2 cover by Jakub Rebelka
He also shows the other people God has similarly cast out over the centuries. Judas #2 cover by Jakub Rebelka Jeff Loveness and Jakub Rebelka have put forth a fascinating "epilogue" to the story of the Betrayer with Judas It starts from the premise of whether or not Judas Iscariot was actually a villain for betraying the[...]
Judas
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Judas #1 from BOOM! Studios by Jeff Loveness, Jakub Rebelka and Colin Bell comes out this coming Wednesday, and tells the traditional tale of Judas Escariot, the Disciple who betrayed Jesus Christ, and expands upon it. Following Judas after his suicide, he finds himself in the cold plains of Hell. Judas #1 cover by Jakub Rebelka Immediately,[...]
Are Marvel's Comics Suffering From Premature Cancellation?
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the news that yet another young series from Marvel is getting the chop, this time the current run of Nova, featuring both iterations of the character, by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Pérez with Ian Herring. Hot off the heels of the cancellation of Star-Lord, by Chip Zdarsky, Kris Anka and Matt Wilson, with[...]
Are Mentor Bonds the New Trend for Great Comics?
And Rich is seemingly revelling in nostalgia and also human connection which he seems to find easier with Sam than with his own family. There is a sense of connection, of brotherhood, that is so quickly established, and well done too, that it feels like it's been there forever. Another really fun thing about this comic is[...]
A Tale Of Two Novas – Catching Up With The Nova Corps
The new series will be co-written by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Perez and drawn by Perez… it will focus on both Nova's Rider will be training Sam in the art of being a hero while Sam will be helping Richard readjust to being human after being away for so long. The new series will kick off[...]