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We hit up WonderCon here in San Francisco this weekend to sit down with Zoe Bell and Ed Brubaker (and not at all because we’re big nerds who love comic books, nu-uh, no way). Bell is the star of, and Brubaker wrote, Angel of Death, the […]

We hit up WonderCon here in San Francisco this weekend to sit down with Zoe Bell and Ed Brubaker (and not at all because we’re big nerds who love comic books, nu-uh, no way). Bell is the star of, and Brubaker wrote, Angel of Death, the new action-packed web series launching today on Crackle.

Our very own Liz Miller will be reviewing the actual series later this week, but before you see Zoe Bell kick butt as an assassin, check out the former stunt person here talking about what it was like working on her first web series (and enjoy that awesome Kiwi accent).

Ed Brubaker, who’s famous in comic book circles (The Death of Captain America), explains that writing for the web isn’t all that different than writing for comics. It’s all about being able to serialize a story (and providing enough “oh sh-t!” moments).

  1. [...] event by releasing an episode every weekday for the next two weeks. My biggest regret is that, as Brubaker explained to Chris Albrecht, it was constructed to work as a feature film as well as a web series — the four episodes [...]

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  2. [...] event by releasing an episode every weekday for the next two weeks. My biggest regret is that, as Brubaker explained to Chris Albrecht, it was constructed to work as a feature film as well as a web series — the four episodes [...]

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  3. [...] $1 million to produce, was notable because it was written by famed comics writer Ed Brubaker (our earlier interview with him embedded here) and featured star Zoe Bell of Death [...]

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  4. [...] $1 million to produce, was notable because it was written by famed comics writer Ed Brubaker (our earlier interview with him embedded here) and featured star Zoe Bell of Death [...]

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  5. [...] which stars stuntwoman Zoe Bell as an assassin (see our review and our interview with Bell), was produced by Sony’s Crackle.com and debuted in this past March. The ten-part series was [...]

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  6. [...] include Crackle, so you’ll presumably be able to chat about that knife stuck in the head of Zoe Bell while watching Angel of [...]

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