Supernatural @ Comic Con + Twitter Contest

Our very own Emma Loggins is headed to Comic Con and will be interviewing the writers and cast of Supernatural! So post your questions – and we’ll get answers straight from the source for you! Also, follow Emma on Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/emmaloggins – and Tweet this message “Follow @EmmaLoggins for exclusive updates from Comic Con on Supernatural and other TV series! #Supernatural” And be automatically entered to win a limited edition Supernatural surprise! 🙂...

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Supernatural Comic Con Interview Videos

Our friends over at WhedonAge posted several videos from the Supernatural roundtable press event at Comic Con. Be sure to check them out below. You may or may not be able to see yours truly (or the back of yours truly’s head) in the background at another...

Our Interview With Supernatural Writer/Producer Sera Gamble

How is the writing process with show being such a male oriented show? Sera Gamble: It’s fine, it’s fine. It’s commensurate with the statistics in the industry as a whole. I could be wrong about that. I’m used to being in work environments full of men. It’s good. If I say, as a chick, this is what I think. Then they usually just take my word on it. I don’t play that card very often. So it’s not a hostile environment to work in? Sera Gamble: Oh no, no, no. In fact, it’s a really raunchy slightly pornographic room. I like it that way. We’re kind of immature and we have Dean’s sense of humor in the room. I’m very much included in that. I have the sense of humor of a twelve year old boy, that’s why I work on the show. For more dirt on Season 5, some spoilers, and who the returning guest stars will be – check out the full interview here – Supernatural Writer/Producer Sera Gamble Comic Con Interview!...

Our Interview With Supernatural Star Jim Beaver

Your character has become quite the anchor for the boys since John Winchester is gone. Since there was a split because of all the controversy last season, what’s going to happen with your character and the Winchester boys? Jim Beaver: Well, it’s a really difficult question to answer mainly because I don’t know the answer. There’s something pretty big that happens with Bobby in the first couple of episodes. Really big. It’s going to have a huge impact on his relationship with the boys. I don’t know what that impact is because I’ve only seen the first three scripts. I know that there’s no way around this being a pivotal event. What it does to their relationship, I don’t know. I think Eric has certainly given me the impression that they’re going to explore it. Explore how it affects their relationship. Where it’s going, I got no idea. Toward the end of last season, Bobby expressed criticism towards John Winchester’s fathering techniques. Is it connected to that at all? Jim Beaver: No, actually in some ways this is kind of out of left field. I don’t think anybody is going to see this coming. It not the kind of thing you look back and say, “Oh they were setting this up.” I was shocked when I read it. I didn’t go, “Oh yeah, of course this is the natural progression of the event.” This is more like– For more dirt on Season 5, what’s in-store for Bobby, and Jim’s Comic Con experience – check out the full interview here – Supernatural Star Jim Beaver Comic Con Interview!...

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