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

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 08/17/94  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 08/31/94  

 

2.5 hrs

 
 09/14/94

 Fanzines and Apas

 What some comic fans do when they're not reading comics: they write about comics and draw their own versions of characters, original or tributes and then publish them somewhere, like in fanzines or APAs.

2.5 hrs

 
 10/12/94

  Scott McCloud

 The creator/writer/artist of Zot and the acclaimed book Understanding Comics, possibly the most analytical treatment comic art has ever had.

2.5 hrs

 
 10/26/94

 Tim Barela

 One of Ken's all-time favorite series is Leonard and Larry, a wonderful combination of drama and humor written and drawn by Tim Barela. How does he do it?

2.5 hrs

 
 11/09/94

 Kurt Busiek

 This interview was done shortly after Marvels came out and that was the majority of the subject matter, though we talked about Kurt's other work for Marvel and DC.

2.5 hrs

 
 11/22/94
 11/23/94

 "Modesty Blaise"

  One of Ken's all-time favorite series is Modesty Blaise, an English comic strip and series of novels. Ed and Ken were sick, Ken with laryngitis, so Max Schmid substituted, playing pieces of a Modesty Blaise radio play with Ken at home typing commentary on to a computer screen which Mercy read over the phone. The play started on Max's "Mass Backwards" and continued on 'Nuff Said!

5 hrs

 
 12/07/94

 Elaine Lee

 Author of Starstruck, first a play, then a comic series from several publishers, all drawn by Mike Kaluta. We also talked about the erotic science fiction series she wrote which appeared soon after.

 2.5 hrs

 
 12/21/94

 Martin Nodell

 A conversation with the creator of the golden age Green Lantern(1940). We talked about that character, his editor Sheldon Mayer, writer Bill Finger and found out what Marty has been doing since then (Timely [Marvel] Comics and advertising).

 2.5 hrs

 
 01/04/95

  "Independents 2"

  Shannon Wheeler creator/writer/artist of Too Much Coffee Man; David Zapanta, the writer, artist and self-publisher of Hairbat and the writer of Spandex Woman and Lycra Girl (name lost due to sloppy record-keeping) join us to talk about the trials, tribulations and (non-financial) rewards of doing independent comics.

 2.5 hrs

 
 01/18/95

 Stan Lee

 A pledge-drive special. 1 hour with Stan and edited Highlights from previous shows with Neal Adams, Michael Davis, Joe Monks and Jerry Robinson mixed with music that mentions comic book characters. Joining us was Sue Real and Mercy Van Vlack.

 6 hrs

 
 02/01/95

"Anthropomorphics"

 Mercy Van Vlack and Ruben Caldwell discuss the furry critters like Bugs Bunny and Uncle Scrooge as well as modern x-rated material such as Omaha the Cat Dancer.

 2.5 hrs

 
 02/15/95

 "Wonder Woman"

 Carol Strickland & Margaret O'Connell covered the character as a super-hero and as a mythic figure, from the '40s, to the silly-strange material of the early '60s, to the "Diana Rigg" period of the late '60s.

 2.5 hrs

 
 03/01/95

 Vin Sullivan

 We went way back in the history of comics with a man who edited comic books before the golden age, before Superman was bought. But Vin also started a company in the early '40s, Magazine Enterprises (ME), which survived the great purge of the early and mid-1950s. Most of this interview was transcribed and published in Alter Ego #27, August 2003. Some appeared earlier, in Alter Ego Vol. 3 #10.

 2.5 hrs

 
 03/15/95

 Mike Uslan

 He started writing comic books (The Shadow, Beowulf) while still in college then became an executive producer of the Batman films. This was the first time Jeff Lindenblatt was on 'Nuff Said!

 2.5 hrs

 
 03/29/95

 "Ken and Ed's Excellent Convention Adventure"

 A series of interviews taped at the New York Comic Convention: ranging from golden age, mainstream, independent and underground with a combination of writers, artists and editors.

 2.5 hrs

 
 04/12/95

 George Evans

  He drew for Fiction House in the late '40s, was one of the legendary EC artists of the early '50s then became the artist/writer for newspaper strip Secret Agent X-9 (aka Secret Agent Corrigan). With Jeff Lindenblatt.

 2.5 hrs

 
 04/26/95  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 05/10/95  

 

2.5 hrs

 
 05/24/95  

 

2.5 hrs

 
 06/07/95

 Jim Salicrup

 A fannish conversation with Jim, who worked for Marvel in the '70s (largely behind the scenes) then became comics editor at Topps.

2.5 hrs

 
 06/21/95

 Tim and Greg Hildebrandt

Peter David

 The new artists on the revived Terry and the Pirates comic strip talk about EC Comics, animation, their Star Wars posters, J.R.R. Tolkein ("Lord of the Rings"), working at Marvel Comics, working together, and doing their first comic strip. With Jeff Lindenblatt.
   Then a Peter David panel from I-Con where he read from one of his most hilarious Comic Buyers' Guide columns, talks about his recent work for Marvel Comics such as Spider-Man 2099 and The Hulk and about selling his and Bill Mumy's TV series "Space Cases."

2.5 hrs

 
 07/05/95

 Friends of Lulu

 Liz Schiller & Heidi MacDonald from the group organized to promote comics by and/or for women and girls. The listener phone call segment was full of suggestions from our guests, the hosts and the listeners. There's a lot of good comics out there!

2.5 hrs

 
 07/19/95  

 

2.5 hrs

 
 08/02/95  

 

2.5 hrs

 

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