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Northwest Indiana's Second Annual ComiCon takes place on Saturday, Feb. 21. Check out GCR's review of this event on Tuesday, Feb. 24, where we'll discuss the good, the bad, and the bizarre of this awesome, local Con. Additionally, Scott will have one of his patent-pending Impromptu Game Reviews of DnD Next!
Join Eric Morse and a panel of surprise guests as they chat about the controversy that has erupted from this year's San Diego ComiCon. Supposedly female guests and cosplayers have had to deal with a lot of unwanted attention which has in some cases erupted in attacks and assaults on both sides with both genders, If anyone is interested in getting involved in the conversation the phone lines will be open.....
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We talked LIVE from Phoenix ComiCon with legendary fantasy author, Terry Brooks, about his career and his love for writing. We talked about his writing advice based on his career in "Sometimes the Magic Works: Lessons from a Writing Life," first published in 2003, and we talked about writing "The Phantom Menace" for George Lucas and Star Wars.
There was also a surprise visit from Peter David during the interview and we got the converstation on this recording. This prompted some questions/answers on Terry's health and the love and support from his wife. Terry Brooks is a great example of a writer who had several successful careers in his life, and has been able to choose the one he loved most; writing.
Talking about NCComiCon, scifi, A Christmas Story, Pop Culture, art, comics, travel, South Carolina ComiCon, Lord of the Rings, Cosplay, costumers, Lee Majors, Star Trek, Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, John Barrowman, Walking Dead, Dr. Who, and more today with our Pop Culture Editor Rebecca Clise. Check us out online at www.hobostu.com
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Tia Rodemeyer talks to us about Comicon and dressing up like a sexy bacon superhero, Adam Bartelt talks about The New Bodies and his dreams of following in the footsteps of Snow Patrol, Ajka takes Solomon's place as co-host and kicks off our Collective Consumerism campaign, we look at the Emmy nominations, and even more talk about genital mutilation!
Original airdate: July 21, 2011
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Nohl wil show us his outfit Live from Phoenix Comicon. He wil report for Breaking News Journal. Get your costumes on abd listen to this program.
Tune into Horror Society presents Flesh Wound Radio w/Todd Loya and Daniel Schein Thursday 5/14 at 9:30 pm eastern. On this episode we cover Arnold Schwarzenegger's new zombie film Maggie, in which he plays a loving father who sticks by his infected daughter as the plague ravages the nation. Also we break down the new supernatural slasher flick The Drownsman. We will have reviews for Arrow's Blu Ray release of Walerian Borowczyk's Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll & Miss Osbourne, as well as The Culling. All that plus Horror Hot Topics and all the scoop coming out of Philadelphia Wizard World Comicon. Don't miss it Flesh Wound Freaks and be sure to download us and the rest of the Horror Society family on iTunes as well.
This is a special Comicon episode of "Comic Book Chaos" recorded live at Phoenix Comicon.
Dan "Dice" Narciso, Ed Vanderlee, David Sabal & Tony Sabal are joined by Seth Gandrud.
We're talking zombies, comics & comic book movies.
This is a crossover episode with "1980 Something: Phoenix Comicon Special", which will be available at http://www.cazadorradio.com/1980something.html & http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cazadorproductions/2012/05/29/1980-something-phoenix-comicon-special
Ethan Scott is a new friend and awesome Arizona artist. He also happens to be the artist behind The Ragged Man game book artwork for our other friend, Todd VanHooser.
If you have seen The Ragged Man books you will see that Ethan has dark artistic matter on the brain. He also draws Bitstrips, where he has a Wicked Humor.
We talked to Ethan at Phoenix ComiCon to get to know him better.
THIS IS NOT A LIVE SHOW -- NO CALL INS FOR THIS SHOW. THIS IS A PRE-RECORDED SHOW.
We talked to J.J.M. CZEP, author of the new book, "Blackstrap's Ecstasy" and some short stories in the new genre of pirate fantasy adventures.
Born in small town Whitesboro, New York, Czep spent much of her childhood wandering fields and swamplands surrounding her parents’ home. Content to create imaginary companions and adventures, Czep took to writing down the stories.
At twenty-two, Czep moved to the desert city of Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and infant son. She currently teaches writing workshops for teens and adults at various community centers and in her home studio. Czep also teaches the art of Bellydance; participates in rapier tournaments; and performs in stage shows and festivals with The DREAD Fleet.
Web URL: www.easalle.com
Phoenix ComiCon Website for more information. http://www.phoenixcomicon.com/page/1
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