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HERE YOU WILL FIND OUR LISTING OF RADIO SHOWS.

IF A GUEST HAS A
URL , WE'LL LINK TO IT.
IF A
REAL AUDIO FILE IS AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO LISTEN TO, THERE WILL BE A LINK TO THAT AS WELL.

DUE TO SLOPPY RECORD KEEPING, SOME DATES REMAIN BLANK...SORRY.


These shows were broadcast 3:30-6:00 am on Tuesday overnights

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 08/16/95  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 08/30/95

 Phil Foglio

 The king of American x-rated humor comics. 'Nuff Said!

 2.5 hrs

 
 09/13/95

  Pam Bliss,
Greg Hyland,
Chris Adaba 

  Alternative radio meets alternative comics. Pam is "Queen of the Mini-comics," Greg does the satiric Lethargic Lac, Chris does politically-oriented non-fiction such as Squatter. There is so much to the comics medium!

 2.5 hrs

 
 09/26/95

 Ron Goulart
Rube Goldberg
Lyman Young
Paul Fung
Carol Lay
plus
Fauve
Art Nichols
Delfin Barral
Simon Loekle
Shawn Rhodes
David Quinn

  Celebrating the "100th Anniversary" of the comic strip with our first cross-over membership drive special, with Max Schmid's "Mass Backwards." Ron's book "The Funnies: 100 Years of American Comic Strips" was about to come out. We broadcast a short scripted interview from the 1930s with Hearst comic strip artists Rube Goldberg (Boob McNutt), Lyman Young (Tim Tyler's Flying Luck) and Paul Fung (Dumb Dora). Carol does "Story Minute," self-syndicated in weekly newspapers.
    We also had many short segments. Fauve is a penciller and inker for a variety of independent comics and a model for quite a few comic artists. Art has inked and done production for quite a few comics from quite a few different companies. Delfin works for WaRP Graphics. Simon discussed Krazy Kat and the impact and role of comic strips on American culture. Shawn reminisced about the social aspects of Mike Friedrich and Dick Dillin's Justice League of America. David is best known as the writer of Faust. Also with Jeff Lindenblatt, Brenda Black and Michelle Wladich and a 1935 Flash Gordon radio serial and Jean Shepherd talking about comic characters on postage stamps.
    We raised more money in this time slot during this membership drive than any other show or combination of shows

 6 hrs

 
 10/11/95

Sergio Aragones

  The long-time writer / artist of the Mad Magazine "marginals" talks about Mad, his work for DC Comics' Plop!, his own Groo the Wanderer, foreign comics and how standards of beauty differ throughout the world.

 2.5 hrs

 
 10/25/95

 "Horror Comics"

 Happy Hallowe'en. We talked about EC, of course, but also talked about contemporary comics that told stories in ways EC never would.

 2.5 hrs

 
 11/08/95

 Mark Hamill

 The voice of the Joker, star of The Guiver and...oh yes...Star Wars talks about his favorite comics, including his own Dark Horse title.

 2.5 hrs

 
 11/22/95  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 12/06/95  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 12/20/95  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 01/03/96  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 01/17/96

 Pre-emption

 WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hrs

 
 01/31/96

 Pre-emption

 WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hrs

 
 02/14/96

 No Guest

 Current events in comics, including the latest round of Marvel firings, the distribution turmoil, translations of Japanese comics, the passing of Jerry Siegel, Burne Hogarth, Bernard Bailey, Malcolm Jones III and Cara Sherman Tereno then listener phone calls.

 2.5 hrs

 
 02/28/96

 Bill McKay

 Children's series book author as well as author of the Stan Lee's Rift World series of novels, an action-adventure story of "super-heroes in the real world" but also a satire of the industry and lots of specific creators (Yep, Stan was satirized).

2.5 hrs

 
 03/13/96  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
  03/27/96

  Jeff Lindenblatt

  'Nuff Said!'s favorite newspaper comic strip fan / expert / scholar / historian is our guest.

 2.5 hrs

 
 04/10/96  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 04/24/96

  Cheri Tripp,
Mercy Van Vlack

  Two comic fans talking about the comics they love, and why. Then the listeners joined in.

 2.5 hrs

 
 05/08/96  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 05/22/96  

 

 2.5 hrs

 
 06/05/96

 Howard Cruse

 Stuck Rubber Baby had just been released and we discussed that in detail with Howard, as well as his other work such as Wendel and Barefootz. We also covered the Stonewall riots (Howard was "sort of" there), the early days of underground comics and having Marvel publish that material as well with their Comix Book.

2.5 hrs

 
 06/19/96

 Chris Cooper

 Editor (and a freelance writer) for Marvel for six years. He survived the first two "purges" only to lose his job with the third, but still wrote Star Fleet Academy, Hulk, etc. afterward.

 2.5 hrs

 
 07/03/96

 Alvin Schwartz

 He wrote Batman in the '50s and Superman in the '40s and '50s (comic books and newspaper strips) until one final straw from Mort Weisinger made him quit the industry. He wrote a few novels in the '60s. Jeff Llindenblatt joined us, lending his comic strip expertise to the interview.

 2.5 hrs

 

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