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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, ONE DATE REMAINS BLANK...SORRY.


These shows aired on Sunday Nights from Midnight to 1 am

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 06/16/97

 Jim Scancarelli

 Jeff Lindenblatt interviews the writer/artist of Gasoline Alley.

 1 hr

 
 06/23/97

 no show

 The transmitter went down for repair with no notice to us...luckily, we had planned no guest this night.

 0 hr

 
 06/30/97

Roberta Gregory

 Frequent writer and artist for Gay Comix and Wimmen's Comix and creator of Bitchy Bitch, Artistic Licentiousness and Winging It discusses sexy vs. sexist, writing and drawing, religion and spirituality and distribution.

 1 hr

 
 07/07/97

 Tony Isabella

 Tony, who'd just been partying, and Ken from the Chicago Comicon discussing conventions, fans (especially Legion of Super-Heroes fans), Tony's writing and the industry, especially pricing, with listeners.

 1 hr

 
 07/14/97

 

 

 1 hr

 
 07/21/97

 Bill Knapp

  Margaret O'Connell and Mercy Van Vlack join the creator, writer, artist and publisher of the excellent super-heroine book The Furies. Bill gives us the good and bad of doing comics in these rocky times.

 1 hr

 
 07/28/97

 Jeff Lindenblatt

 We go through comic strip history and find out how Jeff became a stripper.

 1 hr

 
 08/04/97

 No Guest

  Listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 08/11/97

 Sheldon Moldoff

  One of DC's main cover artists during the golden age in the 1940s plus Bob Kane's main ghost artist on Batman from the mid-1950s until the mid-1960s. He remembers a lot of detail about those years.

 1 hr

 
 08/18/97

Dan Reed

  Unlike most interviews, this one started off with listener phone calls. Dan started out as one of C.C. Beck's assistants in the early '70s then did pencils and inks for Charlton, inks for the mainstream and pencils for some independents, such as his self-published New World Order and Big Bang Comics. His wife Eve was also in the studio, but stayed in the background.

 1 hr

 
 08/24/97

 "Three Days of the Fanboy"

  Randy Rinaldo's delightful comic convention radio drama using characters from his self-published comic book, Rob Hanes Adventures. Geeze Louise!

 1 hr

 
 08/31/97

 Tom Bierbaum

  Writer on The Legion of Super-Heroes and The Heckler from DC, writer / creator of Green Ghost and Lotus from Evolution Comics and Dead Kid from Knight Press.

 1 hr

 
 09/08/97

 "Retailers Rant"

 A letter in Comic Buyer's Guide from a retailer, and the backlash that ensued, gave rise to this hour's discussion with listeners about independent comics publishing and the importance of deadlines to readers and collectors.

 1 hr

 
 09/15/97

 Batton Lash

 Creator, writer and artist of Wolff and Byrd, lawyers who represent ghosts, monsters, vampires, etc. Satiric, wry, punny and well-researched.

 1 hr

 
 09/22/97

 no guest

 Ken at Uticon, listeners on the phone

 1 hr

 
 09/30/97

 Chris Stavros

 Discussing independent comics with the editor, writer and publisher of The Stavros Report, which reviewed hundreds of independent comics each issue.

 1 hr

 
 10/06/97

 "Caliber Comics"

 Discussing independent comics with Gary Reed, the editor and publisher of this excellent medium-sized company. No glamour, little money, but a lot of fun.

 1 hr

 
 10/13/97

 Pledge drive

 

 1 hr

 
 10/20/97

 Pledge drive

 

 1 hr

 
 10/27/97

 Peregrino Ritter

 A German independent comics creator talks about the comics scene in Europe.

 1 hr

 
 11/03/97

  Jamal Igle

 One of the best young artists in the business right now. Penciller on Race Against Time and the Shi / Daredevil cross-over, among others. He told a great story about his grandmother.

1 hr

 
 11/10/97

 Alvin Schwartz

 An amalgam show with Sidney Smith's Carrier Wave. We discussed golden age comic book writing, his editor Mort Weisinger, Tibetan culture and religion and Al's new novel, "An Unlikely Prophet."

2 hrs

 
 11/17/97

 Mark Bode
"Vaughn Bode"

  Mark is following his late father's footsteps, continuing Cheech Wizard and several other characters as well as the cartoon "concerts." He brought tape of his father reading and discussing his own work.

1 hr

 
 11/24/97

 "Bill Finger"

 Rich Morrisey joins Ken and Ed to discuss the career of Bill Finger, widely acknowledged as the best writer of the golden age of comics, the creator of The Batman and one of the most intelligent and knowledgeable men in the field.

1 hr

 
 11/31/97

 no guest

     Listener phone calls.

1 hr

 

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