GUEST LIST
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HERE YOU WILL FIND OUR LISTING OF RADIO SHOWS.

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These first shows aired Tuesday overnights 3:30-6:00am bi-weekly

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 08/28/93

 Jim Shooter

 The very first show. This was actually a guest spot on Jim Freund's Hour of the Wolf. Shooter discussed his career, including the Legion of Super-Heroes, Marvel, Valiant and the soon to be distributed Defiant Comics.

 2 hrs

 
 09/01/93

 Jim Shooter

 A follow-up with an edited tape of the above interview, and live phone calls with Shooter

 2.5 hrs

 
  09/15/93

  no guest

  This was our transition show from Monsters From the Id, a punk & hardcore & heavy metal show, to 'Nuff Said! About half the show was our then-usual music and the rest was conversation and phone calls about comic books. This was a Membership Drive show and we did better than we had as a music show. We interpreted it as the listeners telling us to make the total switch.

2.5 hrs 

 
 09/29/93

 Alexei Kondratiev

 Celtic scholar and writer of Vidorix the Druid from Evolution Comics. We talked about Celtic mythology, Celtic history and writing comic books.

2.5 hrs 

 
 10/13/93

  Michael Davis

 A completely entertaining show with Davis, one of the founders of Milestone Media, just before he helped launch Motown Comics.

2.5 hrs 

 
 10/27/93

  Joe Monks

  Writer Monks and artist Joe Linsner created Cry for Dawn. This show broke the news of their split.

2.5 hrs 

 
 11/10/93

  Tony Isabella

  Since the early '70s, he's written dozens of titles for both DC and Marvel and is currently a Comic Buyers' Guide columnist.

2.5 hrs 

 
 11/24/93

  "Vince Mielcarek"

  Vince's brother David and his first publisher, Mercy Van Vlack, discuss the life and work of a Marvel, Dark Horse and Evolution Comics penciller who had just passed away at age 28.

2.5 hrs 

 
 12/08/93

 Jae Lee,
Huang Ngyuen,
Bob Downs

  Two rising young stars in comics, pencillers Jae and Huang, and one long-time inker, Bob, discuss the craft of creating comic art.

2.5 hrs 

 
 12/22/93

  Sheldon Mayer
tribute

  Ken and Charles Lawrence discuss the career of one of the early greats in the comics business to commemorate the first anniversary of his passing. He was an editor, artist, writer and had a great eye for discovering talent and a tremendous ability to nurture it, often to greatness.

2.5 hrs 

 
 01/05/94

 Four Color Images
Gallery

 Speaking with the owners and managers of this art gallery that specialized in comic art.

2.5 hrs 

 
 01/19/94

  No Guest

  A short monologue then listener phone calls.

2.5 hrs 

 
 02/02/94

  Steve Gerber

 One of the top writers of the '70s and the creator of Howard the Duck discussed Man-Thing, Howard, Superman, the internet, politically oriented comics and the craft of writing. We also interviewed him on 9/30/96.

2.5 hrs 

 
 02/16/94

 "Seduction of
the Innocent"

 Mark I. West, author of Children, Culture and Controversy discusses the censorship of youth culture from the1860's dime novels to computer games and the internet.

Ed gives his eulogy to Jack Kirby

2.5 hrs 

 
 03/02/94

 Tom Bierbaum

 Writer (with his wife Mary) of The Legion of Super-heroes for DC, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, Green Ghost and Lotus for Evolution Comics

2.5 hrs 

 
 03/16/94

 Walt Simonson

 One of the best artists in comics talks about mythology, the craft of drawing and the industry as a whole.

2.5 hrs 

 
 03/30/94

 "Mad Magazine"

 The genesis of Mad Comics, its make-over as a magazine and its impact on society.

2.5 hrs 

 
 04/13/94

 Len Wein

 Co-creator of Swamp Thing, former editor in chief of Marvel, fanzine writer and artist. We covered just about Len's entire life! From fanzines, to saving original art back when the companies used to destroy it, to writing and editing for DC, Marvel and Defiant.

2.5 hrs 

 
 04/27/94

"Independents"

  Six talents from the world of independent comics discuss the trials and rewards of self-publishing. Rhyan Scorpio-Rhys and Juanita Hicks, President and Vice President of Visual Assault Comics; Tibor Brksa (fresh from his debate with Peter David), Gail Casalta and Anthony Mendez, Publisher, President and Assistant Creative Director of Renegade Tribe Publishing and Mitch Waxman, who writes and draws Vengeance of the Aztecs from Caliber Press.

2.5 hrs 

 
 05/11/94

 Neal Adams

 A god of comics artists, Neal posits Norman Rockwell as the greatest U.S. comics artist of the 20th century. Always outspoken and controversial, he doesn't disappoint on this show.

2.5 hrs 

 
 05/25/94

 Tony Bedard

 Editor at Valiant discussing his career and upcoming projects.

2.5 hrs 

 
 06/08/94

 Jerry Robinson

 The man who created The Joker discusses his career and his current projects including his 15 years with Stan Lee, creating London for Lev Gleason, the Comics Museum in Boca Raton, FL and his newspaper syndicate.

2.5 hrs 

 
 06/22/94

 Mercy Van Vlack
Leslie Sternbergh

 Women who write and draw x-rated comics.

2.5 hrs 

 
 07/06/94

  Greg Boone

 Artist for Good Guys, published by Jim Shooter's Defiant (including when Ken wrote it), and his own project Evol Baby.

2.5 hrs 

 
 08/03/94

 Steve Englehart

  Though he started out as an artist, he became one of the best writers in comics, writing nearly every character Marvel published in the '70s and a lot of the characters DC published. We talked about many of those characters and the craft of writing, as well as Image Comics (relatively new at the time) and his novel The Point Man.

2.5 hrs 

 

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