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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, TWO DATES REMAIN BLANK...SORRY.


These shows aired on Sunday Nights from Midnight to 1 am

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 06/08/98

 Jim Warren

 Part two... Live for a continuation of our taped interview the week before with the outspoken publisher of Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella and Famous Monsters of Filmland. And Ken's former publisher.

 1 hr

 
 06/15/98

 no guest

       Listener Phone Calls.

 1 hr

 
 06/22/98

Bill Blackbeard

  Jeff Lindenblatt joins us as we talk about a particularly violent segment of Chester Gould's Dick Tracy ("Violence is golden when used against evil") that came out just after Robert Kennedy's assassination.

 1 hr

 
 06/29/98

Jim Steranko
Part One

  Taped at a recent Big Apple Con with David Spurlock. Jim probably has the most acclaim for the smallest number of comics published. We talk about his work on Nick Fury and The Shadow paperbacks, of course, but also his writing for Harvey Comics' hero line of the 1960s.

 1 hr

 
 07/06/98

 Jim Steranko
Part Two

 Live for a continuation of last week's show, but without David

 1 hr

 
 07/13/98

 no guest

      Listener Phone Calls.

 1 hr

 
 07/19/98

 Marie Severin

 The colorist for EC Comics in the 1950s, they'd take her advice when she told them they "went too far." She pencilled nearly every character Marvel had and was their art director for years. She was also the main artist for the fan favorite Not Branch Echh. She also worked for the Treasury Department.

 1 hr

 
 07/27/98

 Steve Skeates

 He wrote for nearly every Charlton comic in the 1960s then went to DC in the late '60s becoming the regular writer for Aquaman, Teen Titans and Plop! then for a handful of Marvel titles.

 1 hr

 
 08/03/98

 No Guest

  Reviews then listeners phone in.

 1 hr

 
 08/10/98

 

 

 1 hr

 
 08/17/98

 

 

 1 hr

 
 08/24/98

 Ruben Caldwell

  A discussion of the battle over who owned the rights to do a Spider-man movie and a report on the San Diego Comic Convention.

 1 hr

 
 08/31/98

 No Guest

  Listeners phone in. We continued the conversation on Sidney Smith's "Carrier Wave" at 1 AM.

 1 hr +

 
 09/07/98

 APAs v. the Internet

  Mordechai Housman, Brad Horning, Bob Dobiesz, Greg Paula and Shonna Okada discuss and compare Amateur Press Alliances (Apas) with Internet chat rooms and e-mail lists.

 1 hr

 
 09/14/98

 No guest

     Listeners phone in.

 1 hr

 
 09/21/98

 "Archie Comics"

  Writer and editor Paul Castiglia and Ken Penders, the writer and artist on Sonic the Hedgehog, discuss the current state of Archie Comics, doing well while the rest of the industry is in the doldrums. Why?

 1 hr

 
 09/28/98

 No guest

     Listeners phone in.

 1 hr

 
 10/05/98

 Bob LeRose

 John Workman joined us to interview Bob on his long career as a letterer and production man. We learned a lot about how comics are really created and what goes on behind the scenes.

 1 hr

 
 10/12/98

 Irwin Hasen

  A boxer and a newspaper sports cartoonist when he was a teen-ager, he was also one of the first artists on the Golden Age Green Lantern, the co-creator of DC's Wildcat in 1941 and the newspaper strip Dondi in 1959. He told some wonderful and hilarious stories. Previously recorded at recent Big Apple Con, where he is a frequent guest.

 1 hr

 
 10/19/98

 Jeff Lindenblatt

  We talked a lot about the continuing saga of Marvel Entertainment, Inc., about comics being adapted into film and took listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 10/26/98

 "Roy Crane" 

 Bill Blackbeard and Jeff Lindenblatt discuss the writer / artist of the comic strip Wash Tubbs and Captain Easy, one of the most influential artists of the golden age of comics, especially on Superman.

 1 hr

 
 11/02/98

 Not Kevin Smith 

 Kevin Smith had been scheduled, but we somehow never got connected. So we talked about Kevin behind his back :-)

 1 hr

 
 11/09/98

 Charley Parker

 The creator, writer and artist of Argon Zark, a completely digital comic. He draws it on a computer tablet, and publishes it on the net. A real fannish internet success story.

 1 hr

 
 11/16/98

 P. Craig Russell

  Perhaps best known for his beautiful linework in Marvel Comics'  Killraven / War of the Worlds in the 1970s, he's been adapting opera to comics, particularly Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung.

 1 hr

 
 11/23/98

 no guest

     Listener phonce calls.

 1 hr

 

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