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At this time we began broadcasting on Sundays at Midnight, but there are some final Tuesday overnight shows near the top of the list.

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 07/08/96

 No Guest 

 Our first Sunday night show at Midnight

 1 hr 

 
 07/15/96

 John Workman

  Long-time letterer, long-time production person, Art Director for DC & Heavy Metal, as well as fan, historian, artist, writer and editor. There was a lot of behind the scenes info in this interview!

 1 hr

 
 07/17/96

 no guest 

  With the news that we might be moving to Sunday nights, and not knowing when our last show of this time slot would be, we said good-bye to the Tuesday Overnight time slot and took calls.

2.5 hrs

 
 07/22/96

 

 

 1 hr

 
 07/29/96

 Neal Adams 

  Sue Real joins us as we continue to be tried out in this new time slot. Diamond Distribution had just bought Capital City Distribution and we talked about that before we went to the Adams tape, an abridged version of the 5/11/94 show.

 1 hr

 
 07/31/96

 Lots of Fans

  Nine fans - Jim Bierbaum, Michelle Wladich, Jim Ford, Margaret O'Connell, Nehra Kaufmann, Ruben Caldwell, Wayne Brown, Jeff Lindenblatt and Ron Coyne - join us from a party "to celebrate the anniversary of the end of the Paleozoic Era" to talk about comics they like and generally discuss comics. They sure brought the party atmosphere with them!

 2.5 hrs

 
 08/05/96

 Alexei Kondratiev

  Celtic scholar and teacher with a non-fiction book, The Apple Branch (published in Scotland as "Celtic Rituals") and a comic book series, Vidorix the Druid, compares the two media.

 1 hr

 
 08/12/96

 

 

 1 hr

 
 08/14/96

Ruben Caldwell &
Jeff Lindenblatt
 

  Jeff and Ruben discuss the new near-monopolistic Diamond distribution system, the re-organization of the Marvel Universe and current comics in general, but with a historical context. They also played a lot of music from various TV, movie and stage adaptations of comic book and comic strip characters. Then they brought in Scott Mauriello to discuss Japanese comics and animation.

 2.5 hrs

 
 08/19/96

 

 

 1 hr

 
 08/26/96

Steve Gerber

  For our first "official" Sunday show we replayed 18 minutes of the Steve Gerber interview of 2/2/94 and took listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 08/28/96

 Chris Paris
Ramona Fradon
Eric Shanower
David Maxine
Julie Schwartz
Keith Williams
Matt Pozlusny
Ted Slampyak
Fred Hembeck
Joe Staton

 We celebrated our last show in this time slot (and our third anniversary) with ten guests recorded at the Ramapo Comic Convention a few months earlier. Plus our eulogy to Mark Gruenwald and a lot of listener phone calls.

 2.5 hrs

 
 09/02/96

 Bob Dobiesz
Murray Fox
Eric Hendrickson
Art Lewandowski
Todd Schoonover
Greg Turner
Mercy Van Vlack

 Legion Of Super-Heroes fans from several areas of LSH fandom (including all three U.S. Legion apas) discuss the status of their fannish pursuits: fanzines, apas, internet chat rooms, etc.

 1 hr

 
 09/09/96

Chris Companik

  Writer / artist of HIV + Me, 881 Midtown Ct. and active member of several comics apas discusses fandom, AIDS, his favorite comics and favorite artists.

 1 hr

 
 09/16/96

 Mike Carbonaro
Vinnie Zirzulo

  The founders of the Big Apple Comic Convention discuss what goes into running cons and how they ended up "replacing" the Great Eastern Conventions.

 1 hr

 
 09/23/96

No Guest

  Our "guest from England" decided not to come on, so we did some reviews and took listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 09/30/96

  Steve Gerber

 One of the top writers of the '70s and the creator of Howard the Duck discussed Man-Thing, Howard, the internet, politically-oriented comics and the craft of writing. We also interviewed him on 2/2/94.

  1 hr

 
 10/07/96

No show

 Pre-empted for the WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hrs

 
 10/14/96

No show

 Pre-empted for the WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hrs

 
 10/21/96

 Jeff Lindenblatt

The news segment ran longer than usual as we elaborated and pontificated on what was going on in comics, so we brought the listeners in early to chat about comics with Jeff, Ed and I - from Winnie Winkle to Image Comics.

 1 hr

 
 10/28/96

 Mark Evanier

  This time, Mark joined us as an animation writer. He discussed Scooby Doo, how animation syndication works and how writing comic books differs from writing Saturday morning cartoons.

 1 hr

 
 11/04/96

  Carl Gafford

  Long-time colorist and current Production Manager for Topps Comics discusses what goes into producing comics after the writers and artists are done. Much normally unknown behind-the-scenes information was shared.

 1 hr

 
 11/11/96

  Steve Bissette

  The award-winning former artist on DC's Swamp Thing discusses Alan Moore, Cara Sherman Tereno, the Joe Kubert School (he was in the first graduating class), Taboo and his newest project, Tyrant. He wrote, drew, published and profusely researched that series on the life cycle of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

 1 hr

 
 11/18/96

  No Guest

 A No-Guest phone-in show.

 1 hr

 
 11/25/96

 Jeff Lindenblatt,
Ruben Caldwell &
Ciel Whitherspoon

  Three well-read fans talk about what they love about this art form and give plenty of examples. So did the listeners. A show full of good feelings.

 1 hr

 
 12/02/96

 Kim Dietch

  We talk comix (and some comics) with one of the "founders" of the underground comix scene of the late '60s and the creator of Waldo the Cat.

 1 hr

 
 12/09/96

 No Guest

 Max Schmid filled in for us...Ken was away and Ed caught a cold.

 1 hr

 

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