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These shows aired on Tuesday Nights from 10 pm to 11 pm

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 06/01/99

listener phone in

    No guest this week.

 1 hr

 
 06/08/99

Rich Morrissey
"Recent losses"

  One of the most knowledgeable scholars and historians of comics talks about three recent passings from the comics industry: Gold Key (and DC) writer Paul S. Newman, probably the most prolific comic book writer of all time; the influential comic strip artist John Prentiss; and former DC editor and writer Jack Schiff.

1 hr

 
 06/15/99

Denny O'Neil

 Our first show with the excellent DC, Marvel and Charlton writer best known for his work on Batman, including the past decade as the editor of the Batman books. We talked about WBAI producer Bob Fass, the "relevance era" of the '70s, alcoholism, realism in comics and his TV writing. Among other things.

1 hr

 
 06/22/99

  Bill Schelly

  This week we talk about the history of the comic book fandom community from before its roots in 1961 to our present-day internet presence. We talk about what happened to some of the founders of comics fanzines (some became pros, others went on to more "mundane" occupations) with the author of "The History of Comics Fandom."

1 hr

 
 06/29/99

 Matthew Finch

  Ed was out, so Matthew engineered and we discussed his short underground comics career and took listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 07/06/99

  Evan Dorkin
Sarah Dyer
Howard Cruse
Peter Kuper

  Four of the "movers and shakers" of independent comics give us horror stories mixed with inspiration about that aspect of the comics industry. All four have also done mainstream work and compared the two styles of creating. Previously taped at a Big Apple Convention.

1 hr

 
 07/13/99

 Irv Novick

  We went back to the era before the Golden Age of comics with the co-creator of The Shield, the first patriotic super-hero (pre-dating Captain America by two years). We got some history of MLJ Comics before Archie "took over" and learned about Cynthia, a newspaper strip he did from 1947-1951.

1 hr

 
 07/20/99

 Huja Brothers

  Cliff Galbraith's and Tim Bird's self-published cyberpunk comic, Rat Bastard, was just being turned into an animated cartoon when they joined us. So we compared animation and comics, mainstream recognition with independent publishing.

 1 hr

 
 07/27/99

  Lou Small, Jr.

  Known and admired for his drawings of beautiful women from all over the world, we discussed how he finds his models, how he deals with racism and his work on Kazar and Vampirella.

 1 hr

 
 08/03/99

  listener phone in

    No guest this week.

 1 hr

 
 08/10/99

Pre-emption

    WBAI Mini Membership Drive

 1 hr

 
 08/17/99

 Leonard Starr

  Primarily known for his excellent work on comic strips such as Mary Perkins On Stage, Winnie Winkle and (Little Orphan) Annie, he also drew for DC Comics in the 1950s, created and wrote Kelly Green for Europe and helped develop the Saturday morning cartoon Thundercats. Jeff Lindenblatt joined us for this one. Jeff brought his wife Tertza with him, one week before their first child was born.

 1 hr

 
 08/24/99

No Guest

  A few reviews then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 08/31/99

  Ray Lago

  Now known more for his cover paintings and trading cards than his interior work, Ray worked for Gold Key, advertising and NBC and was currently painting Little Annie Fanny for Playboy. Conducted by Allan Rosenberg, taped at a recent Big Apple Con.

 1 hr

 
 09/07/99

 Keith Williams

  He started out as one of "Romita's Raiders" in Marvel Comics' Production Dept. then became one of John Bryne's assistants then one of Marvel's best inkers and is currently inking The Phantom newspaper strip.

 1 hr

 
 09/14/99

 Randy Zimmerman

  The editor and publisher of new, revised, multi-genre Arrow Comics and the writer/artist of Spank the Monkey talks about editing, publishing, writing, drawing, distribution and the internet.

 1 hr

 
 09/21/99

 Michael Sangiacomo

  This Cleveland Plain Dealer reporter has been researching the legal case of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster trying to get back the rights to Superman (which they created) due to new interpretation of copyright law.

 1 hr

 
 09/28/99

  "Small Press Expo"

  No guest, but Ken had just come back from the Small Press Expo so we talked about alternative, independent and small press comics.

 1 hr

 
 10/05/99

 No Guest

  Some reviews then listener phone calls.

1 hr

 
 10/12/99

  Pre-emption

  Pre-empted for the first week of the Membership Drive.

0 hrs

 
 10/19/99

 Mike Kaluta
Part One

  Membership Drive Show. Best known for his fine work on The Shadow, Mike has done a lot of different genres for DC, Marvel and many other publishers. Over the next two weeks, we talk about The Studio (the studio he, Walt Simonson, Jeff Jones and Barry Smith formed), Starstruck comics as fine art, illustrating book and album covers, Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams turning him into a sound effect and how that affected his career. Taped at a recent Big Apple Con. We had time for a few listener phone calls. Max Schmid of Golden Age of Radio joined us to help raise funds.

2 hrs

 
 10/26/99

  Mike Kaluta
Part Two

  Continuing the tape from the previous week.

1 hr

 
 11/02/99

 No Guest

  Some reviews then listener phone calls.

1 hr

 
 11/09/99

 Derek Mace and
Chris Companik

  The researcher (Derek), writers (both of them) and artist (Chris) of the Right Track comic book talk about using comics to educate, and in their case, to educate about health.

1 hr

 
 11/16/99

 Colleen Doran

  One of the top talents in both mainstream and independent comics, we compared the two worlds and talked about the craft and about the business aspects of being an artist as well as about sexism in comic books and in the comics industry. We also got to see her theatrical side when she described "a typical girls' comic."

1 hr

 

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