Articles by Robert Taylor


REFLECTIONS: "World War Hulk's" Greg Pak

Robert sits down with the author of Marvel's next major event, "World War Hulk," Greg Pak, for a lengthy discussion of the series and the quick rise of his career in comics.


REFLECTIONS #210: Simone Bianchi

"Guys who are spending money on comics deserve to have their comics come in on time, and that's what I am trying to do," says artist Simone Bianchi to Robert Taylor in this week's REFLECTIONS.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with "The 4400's" Chad Faust

Robert sits down for a chat with one of the stars of "The 4400," Chad Faust, who's also appearing in Rosario Dawson's upcoming film, "Descent." They discuss what's to come in the new season of "The 4400" and much more.


REFLECTIONS: Talking With Mark Waid, Part 2

Robert continues his conversation with Mark Waid, this time focusing on "Brave and the Bold," "Supergirl & the Legion of Superheroes" any why describing a comic as "fun" could mean the death of a book.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Mark Waid, Part 1

In the first of a two-part interview, Robert sits down with Mark Waid to discuss the year-long journey he took with Morrison, Johns and Rucka on "52," the challenges and rewards offered by this unique weekly series.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Marc Guggenheim

Marc Guggenheim has built a reputation for saving sinking ships, err, comics. "The Flash" was flailing and "Blade's" a perennial hard sell, but both are now thriving under his watchful eye. Robert spoke with Guggenheim about both as well as his TV work on "Brothers and Sisters."


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Frazer Irving

Frazer Irving is busy, splitting time between Marvel's "Silent War" and his new Image series "Gutsville." Robert sat down with Frazer for a long chat about his new creator-owned series, working at Marvel and his thoughts on "Seven Soldiers."


REFLECTIONS: The One Where Robert Gets Interviewed

To celebrate the 200th edition of REFLECTIONS, Robert turned things around and asked some of his previous interview subjects (Busiek, Loeb, Waid, Rucka, etc.) to interview him, with some very interesting results.


REFLECTIONS: Talking "52" with Greg Rucka

With the writing side of "52" pretty much done, Robert sat down with writer Greg Rucka to discuss what was one of the most challenging projects of his career. Rucka discusses everything in this no holds barred interview.


REFLECTIONS: Catching Up with Dan Jurgens

Robert sits down for a long and frank chat with comics veteran Dan Jurgens, who dishes on "Countdown," talks "Metamorpho" and shares his thoughts on the current state of DC & Marvel.


REFLECTIONS: Talking Everything With Joe Kelly

Robert sits down for a lengthy interview with Joe Kelly in which they discuss current work like "Supergirl" and look back on books like "X-Men," "Deadpool," "Steampunk" (and what would have happened had he been able to finish it) and much more.


REFLECTIONS: Convention Special Edition

Robert offers up a special convention edition of Reflections, as he runs down some of his favorite convention experiences ever -- including a wild story of the lengths he went to to get into a Joss Whedon panel once.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Artist Aaron Lopresti

This week, Robert sits down for a lengthy chat with artist Aaron Lopresti. They discuss his time spent at CrossGen, his upcoming work at Marvel including "Ms. Marvel," and Lopresti shares the story of his weirdest convention experience.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Mark Verheiden

Robert talks with writer Mark Verheiden at length about his work on "Battlestar Galactica," what's coming next and how much longer he'll be working on "Superman/Batman," how he broke into comics and much more.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Peter David, Part 2

Robert continues his chat with writer Peter David by taking about what happened at the end of his "Hulk," what's coming up in "X-Factor" and "Fallen Angel," on working on Stephen King's "Dark Tower" and much more.


What's "Battlestar: Galactica's" Future?

Rumors have swirled that "Battlestar: Galactica" might not make it to a fourth season. REFLECTIONS writer Robert Taylor spoke with producer Mark Verheiden who addressed that possibility.


REFLECTIONS: Talking with Peter David

In the first of a two part interview, Robert talks with Peter David about the early years of his career, what he thinks of his run on "Incredible Hulk" and the challenges of "Civil War" when writing a book like "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man."

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