Comic Books Have Been Categorized Into Four Eras Based On When They Were Published. Each Era Has A Different Feel And Tone.Continue reading
Tag Archives: Scott Conner
290 | Yellow, Fanzines, Illustration And More!
The use of yellow in comics from the golden age until the eighties is a point of annoyance to some readers. Entering the rabbit hole of finding and collecting fanzines from the past and the illustrators that came out of them continues the conversation as well as some random comic books. Many of which we had already read. TV shows from the late seventies that Al did not watch finishes the episode up, but a lot of side roads are taken before it ends.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Panther Burns
Adventures Of The Unknown 60 From American Comics Group.Continue reading
283 | Phantom Stranger And Convenient Labels
Showcase Presents: Phantom Stranger starts the discussion off, then go off onto page layouts, foreign language comics and convenient labels.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Winter Atlas
Showcase Presents: Phantom Stranger.Continue reading
274 | What Are They Doing Now?
Storage for comics and magazines start the conversation off, but almost immediately goes into music, humor magazines and things that are hard to find. Then Al starts asking about comic book distribution and what past artists are doing now. Scott answered a couple, but not all.Continue reading
269 | The Dork Factor
Comic books that seemed odd, quirky or outright silly to an older audience that we loved as kids begins this episode, then moves into the influence one artist has to another. Everything finishes with drive-in movies.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: All MankindContinue reading
263 | Destination Nightmare 2.1
Another Destination Nightmare episode for your listening enjoyment.Continue reading
262 | Science Fiction, Mignolaverse And A Lot Of Cartoonists
The Mothman Of West Virginia starts it off along with random bug talk and stop motion monsters, science fiction writers and comic adaptations. Western comics by Moebius, humor cartoonists and Tarzan finish it out.
Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor.Continue reading
256 | Legion, Book Stores And More
The new Legion Os Super-Heroes title starts this one off, followed by book stores and the culture of reading comics. Translating foreign comics, the massive published work of William Stout, Conan and new Elfquest should have finished it out, but Don HAD to bring up King Kong again.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Klaatu
252 | Buck Rogers, Nexus And Drawing Styles
As always, we start off talking about something other than comic books, and this time it is the movie The Last Man On Earth, which led into Night Of The Living Dead, The Omega Man and I Am Legend. Then we talk about the Florida nuisance known as love bugs. We do talk about comics eventually.
Buck Rogers By Howard Chaykin.Continue reading
249 | Comic Books And Paperbacks
We start off talking about movies Al has finally seen, and double features from the past. Steve Rude, Space Ghost, Jeff Jones, Charles Vess, Michael Kaluta, assorted Artist’s Editions and the first comics bought as a kid are discussed. Chris Ware, paperback book covers of the 70s and architecture in comics come up, along with Hanna-Barbera comics, Owen Fitzgerald, Ernie Colón, Mike Ploog and P. Craig Russell.
LISTENER WARNING! Episode Is SO Packed It Will Download With A THUD.
Space Ghost By Mark Evanier And Steve Rude.Continue reading
198 | The Goon, Mignolaverse And Pulp Movies
While in Virginia, Don meets up with Scott Conner, who is one of our first listeners. As the conversation flowed, they decided to record a show, and here it is.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Colossus
The Goon By Eric Powell.