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

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These shows aired on Tuesday Nights from 10 pm to 11 pm
Mercy Van Vlack was the co-host for most of these shows.

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 05/08/01

Allan Rosenberg

  We discussed the Reuben Awards given by the National Cartoonist Society and the Harvey Awards which came out of the Pittsburgh Comic Convention. The conversation then wandered to the recent passing of Henry Boltinoff (Casey the Cop, Cap's Hobby Hints, Super-Turtle, etc.) and the upcoming retirement of Peter O'Donnell (Modesty Blaise).

 1 hr

 
 05/15/01

  Charles Lawrence
"Sheldon Mayer"

  We discuss one of the most important men in the history of comics. The creator of the first super-heroine, helped to guide many of the top golden age writers, artists and characters and created, wrote, pencilled and inked Ken's all-time favorite series, Sugar and Spike. He is also the man who recommended, back in 1938, that DC Comics purchase Superman.

1 hr

 
 05/22/01

"Rich Morrissey"

  The most difficult show we've ever done and you can hear it in our voices. Good friend, frequent 'Nuff Said! guest, and one of the top historians and scholars of comic books and comic book history passed away suddenly this morning. Somehow, we managed to do a two-hour show and ask for memberships (we learned later that some were given in Rich's name, but Utrice Leid was taking the calls and didn't tell us). We'll miss Rich Morrissey for the rest of our lives.

2 hrs

 
 05/29/01

Pre-emption

  WBAI Membership Drive

0 hrs

 
 06/05/01

Pre-emption

  The WBAI Membership Drive was extended.

 0 hrs

 
 06/12/01

Dale Crain
Ben Abernathy

  Jeffrey Lindenblatt stands in for Ken, talking to the editors of reprint books. Ben handles the reprints in Marvel Essentials and Marvel Visionaries and Dale edits DC Archives.

1 hr

 
 06/19/01

Jim Keefe

  Jeffrey Lindenblatt stands in again, interviewing the current writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip.

1 hr

 
 06/26/01

Denny O'Neil
Part One

  Rich Morrissey's last interview. Rich and Ken interviewed Denny at his home office about his career in newspapers, Charlton Comics, Marvel Comics and DC Comics as both an editor and a writer. We talked about Batman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, politics in comic book stories, Greg Rucka, mystery novels, retirement and a number of other topics. One of the most in-depth interviews we have done.

 1 hr

 
 07/03/01

  Denny O'Neil
Part Two

  More of Rich Morrissey's last interview.

 1 hr

 
 07/10/01

  Denny O'Neil
Part Three

  Like I said, very in-depth.

 1 hr

 
 07/17/01

Denny O'Neil
Part Four

  There's a lot to talk about in a 35 year career.

 1 hr

 
 07/24/01

Denny O'Neil
Part Five

  Only a few minutes left in the interview so we mostly took listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 07/31/01

Chris Companik

  We review some mainstream and independent comics then take listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 08/07/01

 Jill Thompson

  Jill had just won an Eisner Award for Scarey Godmother. We talk to her about those comics and graphic novels as well as her work on Sandman and elsewhere. Recorded at the National Big Apple Con with Allan Rosenberg and Jeff Lindenblatt.

 1 hr

 
 08/14/01

 Matt Feazell

  The "King of the Mini-Comics" combined punk rock sensibility, a love of comics and minor in art in college and came out with stick figure comics. He taught us all how to make mini-comics, described the sub-culture involved and about his stint doing Cynicalman in the back of Eclipse Comics' Zot.

 1 hr

 
 08/21/01

Alexei Kondratiev
"French Comics"

  Comic books that originate in France are different in style and content than those that come from the U.S. We discuss those differences with someone who grew up in Burgundy, France and has written American Comics (Vidorix the Druid from Evolution Comics). We discuss the birth of the French comic book industry in the late '40s and also cover 19th century French comics.

 1 hr

 
 08/28/01

  No Guest

  Some reviews from us then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 09/04/01

"The '80s"
Part One

  Jeff Lindenblatt, Allan Rosenberg and David Donovan help us continue what we started January 30, giving an in-depth look at an entire decade. The decade of the "black and white explosion" and subsequent "implosion." The decade of the X-Men, Alan Moore, the Teen-age Mutant Ninja Turtles and comic book stores. Part Two never happened because next week was....

 1 hr

 
 09/11/01

No show

  The World Trade Center disaster knocked out all power to the building when the Con Ed facility in WTC #7 exploded. Mercy and I went down to the station, not knowing that. For more on that night, click here.

0 hrs

 
 09/18/01

Pre-emption

  This afternoon, a special about the World Trade Center disaster was planned for 9 PM until 11 PM, which pre-empted 'Nuff Said! The show I had planned, with the people who planned the impromptu convention that raised over $2,000.00 for the Red Cross and families of the firefighters, was taped to be aired on City in Exile at 2:30 PM Wednesday, September 19th.

1 hr

 
 09/19/01

Ellen Lindner

  One of the organizers of an impromptu convention that raised nearly $2,000.00 for the Red Cross and families of the firefighters. The comics community came through and we have every right to be proud of ourselves! And that's not all our community did.

1/2 hr

 
 09/25/01

Jessica Abel
Charlie Orr
Matt Madden

  A double-sized version of last week's show in our normal time slot, with more of the organizers of the charity convention. We also talked about other things the comics community did and took phone calls.

1 hr

 
 10/02/01

Marc Svensson

  Comics during war time, Part 1. Comics historian Marc Svensson discussed how war and other dramatic current events affect comics and what role comics have during war time. Comic books were very popular during World War II and were used for morale/propaganda (depending on your point of view) and certainly addressed the cold war, for example.

1 hr

 
 10/09/01

 Alvin Schwartz

  Comics during war time, Part 2. Golden Age writer Alvin Schwartz discussed the effects World War II and the cold war had on his writing, including unknowingly getting into trouble with the FBI for writing about atomic bombs not long before the Hiroshima bomb was dropped. Alvin wrote Batman in the 1940s and Superman in the '40s and '50s (comic books and comic strips), among other things.

1 hr

 
 10/16/01

 No Guest

  Our first all listener phone call show since the World Trade Center disaster.

1 hr

 

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