On Sunday, August 29 at 7 p.m., WFIU Public Radio will air a special interview with Michael Uslan.
In this interview, Uslan talks about teaching the first college course in comic books, working his way up from writing for DC Comics to producing movies in Hollywood, and how he sees the industry developing in the coming years.
Uslan spoke with WFIU’s Annie Corrigan. Audio of the interview will be available for streaming beginning on Monday, August 30
Michael Uslan was – and still is – an avid comic book collector. Best known today for producing the Batman movies, his childhood collection contained some hot ticket items. In fact, after selling 20,000 of his comic books, he was able to pay for his wife’s wedding ring, their honeymoon, and three years of law school.
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