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Welcome to the twenty-first of The Lockdown Tapes as The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast continues to broadcast the joys of Thrill-power during the COVID-19 pandemic! Got a theme or interview you’d like to hear? Let us know at thrillcast@2000AD.com
From Judge Dredd stories such as Muzak Killer and The Juve Mutated Kung Fu Kleggs to a long stint on Sláine, as well as work on Marvel UK’s Digitek and Wizard of the Coast’s Magic: The Gathering card game, Power’s fully-painted work was inspired by 2000 AD artists such as Brian Bolland, Simon Bisley and Glenn Fabry. But a chance recommendation in 1997 saw him move from comics to working on a career in character and production design for TV and film, including films such as on Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, the Harry Potter franchise, Batman Begins, Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate factory, V for Vendetta, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Fantastic Beasts. The Thrill-Cast chats to Power about his career, how to pronounce Tír na nÓg, how lessons he learnt in comics have impacted his work in movies, and how painting onto black paper seemed like a good idea at the time.
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