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In this show Ill be interviewing comic book writer, and comic historian Scott Tipton.
Scott has done an extensive ammount of work for IDW Publishing.
Many of his titles being based around the Star Trek universe. Included in this is the recent
popular Doctor Who/Star Trek Crossover adaptions. Aside from working on comics, he is an
historian on the subject, with an extensive and vast knowledge of the realm.
He also is the co-owner of BlastOff Comics a super cool comic book store located in North Hollywood California.
Join us as we talk about comics, Star Trek, science fiction, and much more!!
White Chapel is a vampire series told from the point of view of 3 vampires – Allister Connacher, Arianna Grayson and the infamous Jack the Ripper. Looking to entice Grayson, an FBI agent who is tracking him down as the serial killer Allister the Annihilator, to become his vampire progeny, Connacher relays the story of how he became what he was – a monster – and how he was very much like her. He pursued Jack the Ripper, only to discover the truth of his evil. Written by JC De La Torre & Martin Dunn. Artwork by Derrick Fish.
Martin Dunn: Independent comic book Creator/Writer/Artist, Pod-caster & Convention Panelist. Editor-in-Chief of CAE Studios, and Chief Creative Officer of Hashtag Comics. Worked for CAE Studios, IDW Publishing, Hashtag Comics, Darkhorse Comics and more. His work includes 'Joshua Black', 'The Zombie Squad', 'Project:Overwatch', '#IFightGhosts', and 'Old World 50'. www.CAEStudios.com
Derrick Fish: Cartoonist, Graphic Designer and the creator of the fantasy/adventure comic book, "THE WELLKEEPER©" (www.thewellkeeper.com)! We met Derrick at Spooky Empire last year where he was dressed as "The Withering Man" - the Villain from "The Wellkeeper"!
Jeff Niles & I will also chat about The 4077th Audio Productions!
Even after more than 7 years of changing the way you listen to the internet, your friends in podcasting are still able to bring you an unusual episode, even by their own admittedly unusual standards!
This week’s show is quite the grab-bag …
It all starts with longtime listener (and key collaborator in The Lady Killers) Shaun Parker telling an amazing true story about his quest to deliver home-made candy to Robert Redford.
Then, Dean interviews his old pal, writer, sketch comic and comic book creator Ian Boothby and Ian’s wife, artist and comic book creator Pia Guerra. They all talk San Diego Comic-Con.
Finally, Phil returns to discuss several movies with Dean.
Something for everyone? We like to think so!
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We're taking the show to you, Live!
Broadcasting all the best there is to talk about in Comics, Movies, Video Games and more!
This week we'll talk about Daredevil (All New Marvel Now) #1, Sex Criminals #5, Uncanny X-Men #19 and get caught up on Batman #29, Moon Knight #1, Letter 44, The Walking Dead, Superior Spider-Man and more!
And, as always you can get in touch:
Twitter - @WatchtowerRadio
Voice Mail - 347-655-300 or TheWatchtowerPodcast.com
The missing Malaysian Airlines Flight? Political correctness? Human decency? Crowd-sourcing? Movie Studio Tent-poles? The return of Kevin Costner? Role-playing games? Joss Whedon? Veronica Mars? Marathons?
If you are looking for YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, this must be the place!
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It's Monday and after a week off for the holiday we're back for the last episode of 2013! This week we've got a bunch lined up to discuss!
IDW announced last week that a new "female" Transformer is joining the series in 2014! Windblade, a character chosen by fans, will be getting a limited series with a female writer and female artist.
Since the year is wrapping up, we'll also be discussing some of the best comics of 2013!
So join us for this latest show and we want to hear what you think! Call in and let us know what you think and hit us up with your thoughts on Twitter, @graphicpolicy.
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Welcome to one of our final shows of our first season and of 2013. Please take a moment to fill out our survey. There will be a prize drawing from among those who fill out the survey!
We will be presenting our top 10 independently published books (not DC or Marvel) that we will be pulling in 2014.
We will also be talking about limited series that we have been following and our general assessment of the independent publishing landscape.
The Culture of Comics has longer, meta discussions about themes and art in current runs of different books. It will often contain “spoilers” in current runs and “previews” of upcoming books.
The Culture of Comics is a production of AMDG Radio. All Rights are Reserved.
Gene and Siike are back to discuss PS4 sales, X-Men: Days of Future Past reshoots, the Flash Pilot, and the upcoming Adult Swim animated series by Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, and Starburns Industries, called Rick & Morty.
The Nerd Nation Embassadors will also talk about the pros and cons of comic companies doing "event books" while also publishing books that feel like events themselves. It's Marvel's Infinity and DC's Forever Evil vs Superior Spider-Man and Batman: Year Zero.
A new segment is introduced, the Deuce returns, and maybe, just maybe, Siike & Gene will get to the topic they've tried for two episodes to talk about; the summer movies of 2015.
It's more nerdiness than you can shake a Tardis-shaped stick at. Tune in, nerd out!
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This Monday night is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics.
This week, we've got a guest, writer Fred Van Lente whose career has spanned numerous genres, publishers and series.
We'll be primarily discussing his Dark Horse series' Brain Boy and Conan and the People of the Black Circle. It's also been announced he'll be taking over Conan the Barbarian starting with issue 26 after Brian Wood wraps up his run.
Van Lente also currently writes Archer & Armstrong for Valiant, G.I. Joe for IDW and the upcoming Magnus the Robot Fighter reboot from Dynamite! See, we told you a lot.
So join us this Monday and join the conversation by calling in or on Twitter @graphicpolicy.
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It's a new week and a new episode of Graphic Policy Radio on a special night, but same ole time!
The past weekend was New York Comic Con, the last major comic book convention of the year and we'll go over the major announcements coming out of the show:
Marvel announced the line-up for All-New Marvel NOW! including numerous series featuring women! We'll talk the announcements and the numerous solo-series featuring women. DC announced the return of Stephanie Brown and a weekly Batman series. Dynamite, IDW and Dark Horse had some announcements including the return of Serenity, the relaunch of Gold Key and a lot of Artist's Editions. Elana was at the show and she'll give us the highlights from her perspective! We'll be chatting all of that and more in this special episode! We want to hear from you! So, call and chat live or Tweet your thoughts at us @graphicpolicy
In our second episode we talk Robots in Disguise #18 and Prime Beast Hunters # 2. We talk the releases of Beast Hunters Megatron, Masterpiece Soundwave, Bot-Con's scheduled attendance.
We then go into the beginning of the Beast Wars in the Bro-Down and get a taste of the latest Prime episode "Thirst".
We discuss the impact of Beast Wars on the Transformers brand and it's legacy.
All this and a new member!!