What the world has in store for the NYCC 2017 keynote

What the world has in store for the NYCC 2017 keynote

When New York Comic Con’s New York City premiere was announced, it seemed to be a fitting way for the industry’s most prestigious annual event to officially start, but this year, there was a surprise: the keynote was given by a man named Robert Romano.

In his keynote speech, he was asked by a reporter if there was anything he could say to help fans of the show understand what he and his team have been working on for the past five years.

He paused for a moment, then said: “You know, I don’t know what you’re asking me.”

He went on to say that, while he and the cast are “still learning,” there’s a lot of stuff they’re working on and they’re getting closer and closer to something special.

“This year, we’re not just working on the show; we’re also working on our own reality, our own business, our very own world,” Romano said.

“We’re just doing this show in our own world, and we’re going to try to do it really well.”

It’s a sentiment that sounds like a lot to ask of a showrunner, but it’s the kind of talk that can inspire even the most dedicated fans.

“I’m a huge fan of his work,” writer and producer Sarah Schechter said.

And despite his penchant for talking about his own show, Romano was kind enough to answer a few of our questions about his upcoming series.

First off, what was the inspiration behind the show?

What made you want to make a show like this?

The story is very personal.

When I was a kid, I was fascinated by mythology and how it relates to the way we think about our world, the way the world operates, the history of the world.

So I’ve been obsessed with the mythos of the Greek Gods and the Norse Gods and so forth, and so when I was about 13 or 14, I just started reading them and getting into it.

So there’s this story that’s very universal, and it’s about the gods, and the gods are trying to make their way in this world and they are trying, through their mythology, to make things right for humanity.

And then you get a bit into this mythos, and I’m just really into the mythology and the mythology has its own history, its own mythology, its very much a part of our culture, and that’s what I wanted to tell with this show.

And there’s so many great elements of the mythology that I wanted there.

What were some of the challenges that you faced in creating a show this big and different from other shows that you’ve done?

Well, one thing that I’ve always loved about storytelling is that it’s very organic, you can build from scratch almost any genre.

I’ve done so many things that were very organic and I’ve had to do so many of them.

But when I came on board, I thought, this is what I want to do.

So, I think we’ve done a lot that I feel is really interesting.

And I’m looking forward to having all the fans, who are going to be the audience, get to experience the show in a new way.

What did you think of the crowd reaction to the show, and how did that affect the production of the premiere?

The fans have been fantastic.

We’ve been talking about the audience for about three months now, and they’ve been absolutely amazing.

It was one of the best premieres we’ve ever done.

I think that we’re doing really good, because we’re working with the people who will watch the show.

But the fact that it went off so well and got this level of response, it’s amazing.

And it’s also one of those things that, as a show, we can look back and say, this has worked, we’ve had a good response, and you can take that as a sign that people are going into it expecting a lot, and getting excited about it.

And so, that’s really cool to see.

I’m sure people are looking forward, and hopefully we’ll be doing more shows like this one.

And we’ve got a lot more great things to do, so I can’t wait to get started.

Have you gotten any feedback on the performance of the cast and crew?

They’ve been great.

There’s a really interesting dynamic between the actors.

They’re so talented, they know exactly what they’re doing, and there’s no question about it, they have the biggest cast.

They know how to make it work, and if they don’t have the right chemistry, the cast is going to lose interest.

So it’s really interesting, the actors, how they have to act with that dynamic and with that sense of urgency.

Do you think they’ve gotten a little bit more used to the speed of the new technology?

Yeah, they do.

We do have a little more time

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