Rook has mentioned his six year Dungeons And Dragons Campaign. and for this episode he is joined with the player Mojo to talk about the inspiration that started the game and how it evolved as it was being played.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Dungeon Boss
The book Dwayne: A Tale From Existentia starts the conversation off, then moves on to the second Dune Graphic Novel. Rook’s trip to Altanta with some comics created in the area and Mickey Mouse stories from Europe come up as well. It all finishes out with talk of Rocky Horror Picture Show. Who knew that would happen?
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Steve Robinson & Ed Woltil
Don has been wanting to talk about Garrett Price’s White Boy for so long that he forgot a lot of details, but what he missed you can read about from the link below the image. Dallas joined us, so of course The New Mutants Film is brought up, Black Panther comics and film are discussed, as well as Rook’s LOVE for Kickstarter books. Enjoy!
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Dungeon Boss
Jaime Ramos joins us to talk about his work in progress John Heller The Liberator, a graphic novel that brings attention to social issues through storytelling. His published works include the Galgotha Novelettes and The Flame. Perseverance, collaboration and peer to peer support are the subjects of this episode. Enoy!
Ryan Claytor comes on to talk about his current project Mirror Drawings. Teaching students to track their own progress, strategies to maintain larger projects, and coaching Kickstarter campaigns are discussed. Neon sign design and bending, Michigan State University’s Library Of Comic Books and the reason A Hunter’s Tale was created are discussed. Enjoy!
Thought you’ve heard all there is to know about Path of the Pale Rider? Laurie Calcaterra joins us again to talk about Path of the Pale Rider 2 and lets us know that we have not. Give it a listen, and put on your problem solving mind, as you WILL need it.
We conversed with Dan Price on Episode 308, so this time we got to talk to Casey Allen on the upcoming Bigfoot Knows Karate 2: Born Under A Bad Sign. And they gave us this link so you can read issue one for free! Enjoy!
Oneshi Press joins us to talk about Mr. Guy Zombie Hunter Act 2: The Hecking Heck Of It. We enjoyed having them on in the past, but found them even more interesting since then.
We went down the rabbit hole as Batman and Superman in Japan were discussed, which led into Yoshida Tatsuo and the creation of Tatsunoko Studio. Issue 1 of Path of the Pale Rider is covered, and we talk about several Kickstarter campaigns that we’ve had on the show. Free Comic Book Day, The Incal and mimes finish it out. Enjoy!
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Graymarket
Don read a couple of books that are normally out of his wheelhouse, and he gives his thoughts on it. Rook read a book that is SO in his wheelhouse, you can’t help but wonder why he hasn’t talked about it before. Then somehow they start talking about Jeff Smith.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: TBD
You may not be familiar with Bill Finger, but you certainly know his work, as it has permeated cultures around the world. Athena Finger joins us to talk about the man who’s identity has remained a secret for decades, but that is all beginning to change.
We are joined with Bruce Olav Solheim and Julia Kazanowska to discuss Dr. Jekyll Alien Hunter, working with a collaborator, study, work, life experiences, new trains of thought and not being taken in by appearances.
Phillip Maira joins us to talk about the upcoming collaborative project Purple Eyes along with the past anthologies Crackle Vol. 1, 2 and 3. Writing, coordinating, collaborating and working with no ego are discussed while Don is still waiting for that apology.
Rook received his copy of A Hunter’s Tale and discusses the experience. Four Eras In Comic Book History comes after that along with Ghost Rider 1 (which in real time is 247). Burglar Bill takes up the end.
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Talk about The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings: Rings Of Power as well as The Silmarillion begins the episode. Bigfoot Knows Karate, a review of Origamiac, Hieroglyph, Moebius’ massive influence and Rook’s impatience waiting for Attack On Titan finish it out.
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