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If you're -- superheroes blockbuster movies and eye popping scifi costumes you may have been at this year's comic -- a lot of people work the comic book convention is getting bigger every year no one knows the annual pop culture extravaganza.
Better -- chairman emeritus of marvel products added -- you had that title stay happily stand launched by the way his new digital comic series.
Very excited a lot of talk about this it's called tying jumper.
He launch at the convention gonna talk about that more just a second but stand it's been two -- -- long since I've seen his stance.
I couldn't agree more -- -- you -- We're not gonna let the time passes as we have before.
Because related job I just got about personal note very quickly will get it out -- way I promised would stand is one of those people I've admired.
And sometimes you meet people that you've admired for a long you actually need to -- and you're disappointed that it.
He's even better in person and all of the legends that have been written and said about -- they are all true all those legends but.
He is just such a decent -- so stand OK all of the schmoozing -- win.
Let's talk about comic con for saying you've you've -- that you I think -- and -- -- do so.
A little -- -- -- the rose after the show but comic con tell us how it's changed over the years.
Oh golly when you know when -- First moved out here in 1980 year being Los Angeles.
Bet there were -- people attending the comic con and most of them were children.
And occasionally they'd be a parent who got -- and there will be accompanying vacated.
Now when you go that it all adults had occasionally you'd see a little kid that they had to bring along -- they didn't have a baby sitter.
But it's now so big you can't even walk in the -- and people in costume but more than that.
Everybody from film from television.
Everybody who does DVDs.
They all go there it's become like the entertainment.
Center of the world from four days well and and since you know when and how entertainment the company that ju co founded.
Since you thrive on PR you love PR almost as much as you love the comic book business.
Each one of those people bear.
Represents maybe 1015 -- hundred other people these are consumers these are this is an audience this is this is part of your audience that you could play to it's it's a captive audience.
All -- do you understand this these are my people.
And as long as they're happy -- -- and I'm happy with them -- -- business and we're doing well.
And you go there I and everybody else in order to exhibit your -- and hope you generate a lot of enthusiasm.
-- that they get -- want to see every movie you do it every TV do you when they leave the exhibit well let's talk about the thing that you're doing right now because you've often said if anybody forced you to be on a golf course retired.
You'd shoot yourself thank god we'll tell them they have terrible thank god you haven't done that but but you you're going to be working.
As long as I'm I'm going to be working into the your next project pitcher work and I was called I jumper.
And I'm not sure exactly what it is and I'm not sure that that's not what you want you want a little bit of mystery attached to a but tell us.
As much about time jumper as you can.
-- this is exactly what I wanted Jens that talk about it thank you David it's something that I'm dealing with the -- days.
Any company and it's a cross between -- normal comic strip.
And and animated cartoon.
We're taking a comic strip wit giving get salad -- giving it music and voices you can hear the people.
But you also see some dialogue -- -- The pictures mole but not the way they do an animation.
They pulled in their own fancy -- ridiculous way.
You can't take your eyes off them there's something happening every minute.
It's about somebody who travels in time and as you know where you go back in time if you make it change.
You can affect all of it is great so we have to be very concerned about what's happening.
And I don't want to give -- too many sleepless nights but there it felt like -- -- -- and you must've missed time jumpers which you can get on your iPhone.
It'll be on the Internet.
I don't -- it becomes the big -- and -- compete it'll eventually be hit TV series a movie you name it.
You -- stand you hit upon the one thing of all science fiction the one thing that intrigues me more and anything else.
Is the concept of time travel I've always had had a -- -- a sea of of going back to certain dates in history.
Perhaps even going ahead in history in the future but big time travel I think it hits the gut of everybody.
I know it's something that I've always been fascinated by and they were always different ways you can tell this story.
And different events in -- that.
And we have so many surprises in this one I'm not gonna tell you about them that you know you can count -- the right by the way you have an order for ten episodes -- busy I've told.
And then there's going to be this viral market are also has a market tier which you are a great market here you must loved.
Viral advertising is -- a wonderful concept.
There's nothing like viral advertising and the idea of -- tweeting.
And the idea of the Internet and -- that things you can do.
Apart from the normal advertising it's just great what we didn't talk about the I think -- they just.
The iphones and iPhone applications go ahead tells about that.
Well iPhone is one of the most wonderful things to come a long.
And everybody now has one and factory where I live well our offices in the heavily owes you walked down the street.
Everybody is walking around like that you pitch to people they each have one and I'm always imagining that talking to each other but everybody's got the -- bit and it.
What they're starting to do now -- holding the phone in front of them could that is starting to look at the -- event that they -- that have been offered.
Just like -- jumpers did I mention time jumper enough.
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